BMW 3 Series: It has been the longest time, BMW has always created his mark. BMW is still now well known for making luxury cars. These cars are really fun to drive and always have something to offer that no other carmaker can deliver.
Now with the coming of the new BMW 3-series, the company is on pace to continue its legacy. This BMW 3- Series is in its 7th generation now. This company always tries to add something extra to make it a luxury Sedan ever. Let us check the reviews to get a clear picture.
This new BMW 3- series looks palpable sportier than the previous models. The most popular thing in luxury cars is where the 3 series sits. The key highlight of the BMW 3 series is the iconic kidney grille.
This is much bigger and bolder than ever. It is not only that the grille is bigger but the dimensions have been expanded. Now the new series is 76 mm longer than the previous versions. Considering the exterior of the vehicle, the height is identical. The series-3 has a long slung stance which makes it appear as aggressive and yet sporty.
The rest features remain the same as in previous models. The new model is a little subtle. The rear end of the car gets dual exhaust pipes and extended tail lights which are horizontal. It also has 17-inch alloys that look neat though.
In the new series 3 model, there is a plush cabin which is far more luxurious and sporty. It is much more luxurious than the outgoing model and also quite competitive. The highlight is the new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster known as Live Cockpit. The Live Cockpit has a two dial configuration and a display that acts as a host for other information. The angular pod is an addition to the tech quotient.
There is a 10.25-inch infotainment screen at the center of the console. The infotainment screen is controlled by BMW’s latest drive system. The system is having a rotary dial, touchpad, touch screen, and voice commands. The ambient lighting in the footwall, doors, and dashboard is something that can also be controlled by that infotainment system. Talking about other features such as the reverse camera, three-zone auto climate controls, sunroof, and power-adjustable front seats with a memory function.
Now that the length of the car has increased, it does not translate to additional space which is inside the cabin. It has an immense set of seats which makes it spacious. It has great offers when it comes to the driver’s seat and thus adds practicality. The rear seats of the car have 40-20-40 split and moreover, there is a huge tunnel hump which though can be problematic. This can be a problematic situation considering the middle passenger. The size of the boot is 480 liter thus not a good place to keep your long luggage of holiday.
This new model has two engine options- 2.0-liter petrol and 2.0-liter diesel. The one we choose to drive through diesel produces 190 hp and 400 Nm output. Though the output is akin to the previous-gen model. This time it comes with a new engine with twin sequential turbo. You can easily feel the difference at the moment you set your foot on the accelerator.
It has superb and amazing ride quality with a bit of stiff suspension. The bit suspension is for the sporty performance. Taking into consideration the ground clearance and stiff suspension, bigger potholes can be tricky to maneuver. As the steering is extremely balanced and responsive you are able to withstand the potholes easily. It is agile enough for city driving. The styling is amazing.
Comparing it with its competitors, it is priced competitively. It has amazing features, design, and a feature-loaded cabin that one can die for. The driving experience is best and no one can offer that much fun. It is highly recommended to buy this car model. But once you go out of the market for a search, you can look at some other options and should give a second look.
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