BMW 3 Series
Key Specs of BMW 3 Series
|Mileage (upto)||20.37 kmpl|
|Engine (upto)||2998 cc|
Specs and Features
3 Series Latest Update
Latest Update: BMW has launched the made-in-India M340i xDrive variant of the 3 Series.
BMW 3 Series Price: The 3 Series is priced from Rs 42.60 lakh to Rs 62.90 lakh (ex-showroom).
BMW 3 Series Variants: It is available in three petrol variants: 330i Sport, 330i M Sport, and M340i xDrive. BMW also offers the sedan in a single diesel variant: 320d Luxury Edition.
BMW 3 Series Powertrains: While the 330i Sport and 330i M Sport variants are equipped with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine (258PS/400Nm), the newly launched M340i gets a 3.0-litre straight-six turbo-petrol engine that belts out 387PS and 500Nm. The 320d Luxury Edition, on the other hand, comes with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that produces 190PS and 400Nm. All engines are mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. Except for the M340i variant that gets an all-wheel drivetrain, the other variants come with a rear-wheel drive.
BMW 3 Series Features: BMW has equipped the sedan with up to 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless charging, a sunroof, a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, three-zone climate control, and ambient lighting.
BMW 3 Series Safety: The BMW 3 Series gets a host of safety equipment such as six airbags, ABS with brake assist, ISOFIX child seat anchors, and a tyre pressure monitoring system.
BMW 3 Series Rivals: It goes up against the Mercedes-Benz C Class, Jaguar XE, and Audi A4.
BMW 3 Series Price
The price of BMW 3 Series starts at Rs. 44.90 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 62.90 Lakh. BMW 3 Series is offered in 5 variants - the base model of 3 Series is 330i Sport and the top variant BMW 3 Series M340i Xdrive which comes at a price tag of Rs. 62.90 Lakh.
|330i Sport1998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 16.13 kmpl||Rs.44.90 Lakh*|
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|320d Luxury Line1995 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 20.37 kmpl||Rs.48.30 Lakh*|
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|Luxury Edition1995 cc, Automatic, Diesel, 19.62 kmpl||Rs.49.50 Lakh*|
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|330i M Sport1998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 16.13 kmpl||Rs.50.90 Lakh*|
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|M340i Xdrive2998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 11.86 kmpl||Rs.62.90 Lakh*|
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BMW 3 Series Review
Viewed in profile, it’s hard to distinguish the new generation 3 Series from the outgoing model. Yes, it’s grown in every measurable way: length is up by 76mm, width by 16mm and wheelbase is a significant 41mm longer than before. Yet it’s not immediately apparent to the naked eye. But dig around and you’ll notice that the lines are tauter, and the 3 Series looks readier to pounce. It’s got the signature elements in place too, including the twin kidney grilles, the Hoffmeister kink and the shark fin antenna.
Thankfully, from the face you will be able to tell that this is new and it will take some getting used to as it stares angrily at you. The full-LED headlamps that comes as standard (though the adaptive beams are reserved for higher variants) and the closed look of the kidney grille (the flaps are active - they open when required) make it look more technical and futuristic. In the M Sport variant that we drove, you also get sportier bumpers and larger 18-inch wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 rubber. Much like the older M Sport, the new generation runs narrower 225-section front tyres and wider 255-section rear tyres -- after all power is going to the rear wheels only.
Over to the back, BMW seems to have broken away from tradition. The new tail lamps are nothing like what we’ve seen from the manufacturer. In fact, they remind us quite a lot of Lexus. There are subtle hints at sportiness here too, with the exaggerated boot lip and twin exhaust pipes.
We like the way the M Sport variant looks, purely because it doesn’t go overboard with chrome. Save for the surrounds on the kidney grille, you’d struggle to find bling elsewhere. There are some neat little party tricks too, such as puddle lamps on all four door handles and BMW’s ‘light carpet’ that lights up the ground near the front doors at night.
With the G20, the design is definitely more evolutionary than revolutionary. Nonetheless, it does retain the essence of the 3: it always looks like it’s ready for some mischief and mixing it with BMW's brand of technical-ish elegance.
Even with the generation change, the 3 Series continues to be a low-slung sedan. So getting in and out can get taxing on the knees, especially for the elderly. But get yourself comfortable in the plush leather-upholstered seats and you’d be looking at a cabin that’s now in line with the 5 and 7 Series. Quality levels are visually better than before, with the top half of the dash and door pads being draped in soft-touch materials. BMW has been stingy in a few places though. The power window switches, the AC vents and the buttons on the steering wheel feel budget grade, and clearly out of place on a car as expensive as the 3 Series.
The dashboard is visually wider, and the large 10.25-inch touchscreen takes centre stage. Playing accomplice is a slick 12.3-inch TFT display instead of analogue dials in the instrument cluster. But BMW hasn’t really de-cluttered, say, like Volvo has. You still have a plethora of buttons under the touchscreen for the climate control, and eight (yes) configurable buttons further down. The central cluster is usual BMW fare with the iDrive selector and shortcut keys to various functions on the infotainment screen.
Bespoke to the M Sport variant is the meaty steering wheel and the Sport seats. Together, these two really do make you feel like you’re not in just another luxury sedan. The seats have extra-generous side bolsters (adjustable) that hug you like your grandmother, and the steering is just the right size and weight. You can manually adjust the steering for rake and reach, whereas both front seats can be adjusted electrically. Do note that a memory function is available only for the driver’s seat. There’s a central armrest too, that’d happily swallow your wallet and keys.
Hop into the rear seat and you’d pick on two immediate differences compared to the outgoing model. One, that the kneeroom is now (marginally) better than before. You can tuck your feet underneath the front seat comfortably as well. But this seat too is quite low set and one tends to sit ‘in’ the seat than on it. Second, that the seat squab now supports the underthigh better. Over longer journeys, this will make a difference. So, while it isn't dramatically different, this is definitely a more comfortable backseat by a significant margin.
And yes, theoretically, there’s enough width in the cabin to squeeze three adults. But the XL-sized transmission tunnel means that the third occupant will have to sit with their legs spread, jostling for foot room with occupants on either side. Not recommended. Should you choose to enjoy the 3 Series as a four-seater, the armrest (with cupholders) will come in handy. To keep you comfy at the rear, there’s a dedicated zone of climate control as well. But, bear in mind that it only lets you set temperature, not fan speed.
Bootspace is rated at 480-litres. Sadly, the space-saver spare tyre and tools take up most of that. However, should you want to haul your mum’s pots and pans in a hurry, you could always choose to fold down the rear seat that features a 40:20:40 split as standard.
The 3 Series is offered with two engines: a 2.0-litre turbo petrol and a 2.0-litre diesel. The petrol motor makes 258PS and 400Nm (a 6PS and 50Nm boost) whereas the diesel continues to make 190PS / 400Nm. Both engines come paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels.
We sampled the 330i, which can be summed up as effortlessly fast, and incredibly easy to drive. Of course, the engine is as smooth as ever and barely makes a noise at idle. However, should you choose to get naughty with the accelerator pedal, it definitely has ample in reserve to keep you giggling. This split nature of the engine is captured well by the predefined drive modes: EcoPro, Comfort, Sport and Sport Plus.
EcoPro mode works surprisingly well when you just want to amble about on your way to the office. We’ve seen most cars feel choked and underserved in their ‘Eco’ setting, but the 3 feels anything but. Yes, throttle response is dulled, but it never gets frustrating. In fact, seeing the range climb up thanks to efficient driving and coasting feels rewarding!
In Sport and Sport Plus, the 330i is at its titillating best. Valves in the exhaust open up as soon as you select this mode, and that’s just the start. This mode eggs you on to exploit what the motor has to offer and the sharp throttle and gearbox response help you do just that. It’s easy to get carried away, search for gaps in traffic and dart through them at full throttle. Because, you know for sure you’ll get the required acceleration to execute that quick overtake. Add the pops and crackles from the exhaust, and the 330i feels like an everyday sports sedan in the truest sense. What we could do without, however, is the artificial exhaust sound that feels like it’s being pumped through the speakers.
As expected, Comfort mode is a healthy blend between the immediacy of Sport and the frugal nature of EcoPro. You also get to select individual settings for the steering, transmission and engine (between Comfort, Sport and Sport Plus) to help you tailor how you want the drivetrain to behave.
Pick the 330i and you’d have a sedan that’s at home tackling daily office commutes, and even happily head to a racetrack on the weekend. Sure, it’s not setting benchmarks in terms of outright performance, but whatever it has to offer is genuinely usable on a daily basis. And that makes it all the more desirable.
As you’d expect from a sedan like the 3 Series, there’s a host of safety tech. This includes six airbags, ABS with EBD, dynamic stability control (DSC), traction control and ISOFIX child seat mounts. It also features goodies such as the Park Assistant and the Reversing Assistant. While the former will park the car by itself, the latter remember steering inputs for the last 50 metres. So, if you’re backing out of a tight spot, you only have to manage the throttle and the brakes while the car figures out the rest based on memory. Also, if the car thinks you’re a bit too close to anything, it will jab the brakes, forcing you to stop and take a second cursory glance.
Notably, the G20 3 Series hasn’t been crash tested by the EuroNCAP yet. It was however tested in the USA by the IIHS, where it secured the highest rating possible in every crash test.
Pros & Cons of BMW 3 Series
Things We Like
- Styling. Low, sporty and all things fun! M Sport variant looks delicious.
- Punchy engines. Pick the petrol or the diesel, both promise to please with performance.
- Quality. Interior now feels like a scaled-down 5 Series in earnest.
Things We Don't Like
- Silly feature omissions: 360° camera, keyless entry, Android Auto - all missing.
- Low seating and tight kneeroom means it’s less than ideal for the chauffeur-driven.
- Most of the 480-litre boot is taken up by the spare wheel.
Stand Out Features
Full-LED headlamps are offered as standard.
Active Kidney Grille: looks cool and makes the car more aerodynamically efficient!
Gesture Control: control audio / calls without touching a button.
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What is the exact on-road price of BMW 3 Series?
The on-road price of 3 Series in Delhi starts at Rs. 52,17,626. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.
Which car is better 3 Series or 2 Series?
3 Series price starts at Rs 44.90 Lakh ex-showroom and 2 Series price starts Rs 38.90 Lakh ex-showroom. Compare these two models on the basis of their price, features & specs.
What will the EMI or down payment for BMW 3 Series?
BMW 3 Series EMI starts at ₹ 1.00 Lakh per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of Rs 47.53 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 5.28 Lakh.
What is the transmission type of BMW 3 Series?
BMW 3 Series is available in Petrol and Diesel Option with Automatic transmission.
Does the BMW 3 Series have a sunroof?
Yes, all variants of BMW 3 Series are having a sunroof.
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BMW 3 Series comes with AT automatic transmission.
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BMW 328i Touring review - price, specs and 0-60 time
Comfort is the natural default and generally fine but leaves the steering quite lifeless around the straight ahead. In Sport and Sport+ everything’s tauter and more responsive. You’ll use more petrol but discover that the four-pot turbo sounds a lot more urgent and interesting in the upper reaches of its rev range and that the chassis really is a fluent, beautifully balanced thing.
Whichever way you look at it – performance, dynamics, space, practicality – the 328i Touring seems to have the measure of its closest rivals from Audi and Mercedes, and by a breezy margin when it comes to efficiency: 242bhp, 43.5mpg and 152g/km will leap off the page for anyone conducting a comparison spec check. In addition to which, the BMW is simply more fun to drive.
Anything else I need to know?
Fast and efficient as the petrol 328i Touring is, it’s the 181bhp 320d diesel that will make up the bulk of Touring sales in the UK. And with a combined consumption of 60.1mpg and 124g/km of CO2, it isn’t hard to see why.
Price and release date
The BMW 328i Touring is available now for £31,925.
|Engine||In-line 4-cyl, 1997cc, turbo|
|Max power||242bhp @ 5000-6500rpm|
|Max torque||258lb ft @ 1250-4800rpm|
|0-60||6.0sec (claimed 0-62)|
|Top speed||155mph (limited)|
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No matter which one of its silky powertrains is on duty, the 2022 BMW 3-series is supremely satisfying to drive. While its remarkable refinement is offset by not-quite-great steering feel, its body is composed on any kind of road, its brakes are strong, and its ride is comfortable for daily chores. Plus, its interior is rich and roomy and it has a sizable trunk. Rivals such as the Genesis G70 offer better value, and the Alfa Romeo Giulia is a sexier alternative, but no other sports sedan possesses the bandwidth of the Bimmer. Along with a sublime eight-speed automatic and rear- or all-wheel drive, the 3-series is available with a terrific turbocharged four-cylinder (330i), a plug-in-hybrid setup (330e) with up to 23 miles of all-electric range, or a ferocious 382-hp turbo straight-six (M340i) that's as eager and effortless as engines come. Thankfully, the sedan's excellence doesn't begin and end with driving excitement. That's because the 2022 3-series is sporty any time but luxurious and practical all the time.
What's New for 2022?
The 2022 BMW 3-series lineup doesn't see any significant changes. The list of modest updates mainly pertains to reshuffled option packages, new standard features for specific models, and an updated roster of individual options.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
We'd choose the four-cylinder 330i for its surprisingly sufficient power and inherently athletic behavior. Those who want all-wheel drive can add it for $2000. We would equip our example with the M Sport package that brings additional features, unique styling bits, and a specially tuned suspension. With it we'd choose the Premium package that includes blind-spot monitoring, hands-free passive entry, a head-up display, a heated steering wheel, larger touchscreen, and more. We'd also spring for the Dynamic Handling package that optimizes the sedan's driving dynamics via adaptive dampers and upgraded brakes.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The 3-series offers two smooth and potent gas-powered engines. The 330i features a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 255 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The M340i pairs with a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six that produces 385 ponies and 369 pound-feet. The 330e plug-in hybrid combines a turbo 2.0-liter engine with an electric motor that together generate 288 horses and 310 pound-feet. Our first impression of the 330e revealed a harmonious relationship between the gas and electric elements, and we like the plug-in's new Xtraboost function that provides a burst of power that feels like a shot of nitrous. Each powertrain pairs with an exceptional eight-speed automatic transmission and standard rear-wheel drive. You can power all four wheels for a price. Unfortunately, a manual gearbox is no longer available. (Purists should hold out for the all-new BMW M3 if they need the stick.) Buyers can choose between two suspension setups on the 3: the base arrangement or the upgrade with adaptive dampers. Our first drive of this G20-gen 3-series was encouraging. The car's newfound steering feel provides more road-surface information and variable effort than its predecessor did, but it's still lacking compared with that of the 3's iconic early generations. The four-cylinder Bimmer proved its worth by winning a comparison test against other sports sedans. We applauded its ability to transition from relaxed and refined to sharp and playful. The 330i also secured its spot at the top of its class by thwarting the gorgeous Alfa Romeo Giulia in a two-car comparo. Our long-term M340i further proves the nameplate's return to form, with its superb six-cylinder and remarkable body control.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
The EPA estimates the four-cylinder 330i will earn up to 26 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. The more powerful six-cylinder M340i has ratings that top out at 23 mpg city and 32 highway. The rear-drive, plug-in-hybrid variant has a combined estimate of 28 mpg and an all-electric range of 23 miles. Both figures drop by 3 for the all-wheel-drive PHEV. We tested a rear-drive 330i on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, which is part of our extensive testing regimen, and saw an impressive 42 mpg. Likewise, we conducted the same test with an all-wheel-drive M340i, which earned 33 mpg. For more information about the 3-series's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Inside, the 3 has a modernized design complete with excellent materials and impressive build quality. Nothing feels cheap inside the 3-series, and its controls are well placed. BMW also improved outward visibility, and the standard sport seats are well-bolstered and supportive, and they offer extensive adjustment so it's easy to get comfortable. The car's extra-cost content includes a detailed head-up display, customizable ambient interior lighting, heated front and rear seats, remote start, and wireless charging. The BMW's digital instrument cluster is a bit cluttered but still attractive. Some may find the counterclockwise sweep of the tachometer needle odd at first, but you get acclimated to it quickly. The 3-series has a big trunk with an available power-operated lid. With 17 cubic feet of cargo space, the gas-powered sedan can fit six carry-on suitcases back there and 17 total with the rear row folded. For comparison, the Mercedes-Benz C300 sedan held one fewer suitcase in both tests and the Alfa Romeo Giulia could fit five and 15, respectively. The 330e has less trunk space (13 cubes) because of its battery pack, and we haven't tested its carry-on capacity.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The standard infotainment system runs through an 8.8-inch touchscreen, but the interface can also be controlled with a large knob and buttons on the console or with voice commands. The Live Cockpit Plus suite of features, which includes navigation, is standard. For the really good stuff, you'll need to spring for the similarly named Live Cockpit Pro package, which increases the size of the touchscreen to 10.3 inches and gives you the latest and most capable iteration of BMW's iDrive system. A subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot is optional, but the sedan does come with two USB ports. Apple CarPlay integration is standard but Android Auto is not available. One interesting option is BMW's Gesture Control, which allows the driver or passenger to input certain commands with hand gestures. It's more novel than helpful, but it'll wow your friends for a few minutes.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
BMW is skimpy when it comes to standard driver-assistance technology, providing only forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking. Other features are available, though. For example, the Parking Assistance package will practically park the car for you. For more information about the 3-series's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:
- Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
- Available lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist
- Available adaptive cruise control
Warranty and Maintenance Coverage
BMW's limited and powertrain warranties align with those from rivals such as Audi and Mercedes-AMG. It provides longer complimentary maintenance than those alternatives, but Jaguar beats it there.
- Limited warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
- Powertrain warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
- Complimentary maintenance is covered for three years or 36,000 miles
2020 BMW M340i
front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan
PRICE AS TESTED
$66,820 (base price: $54,995)
turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 24-valve inline-6, aluminum block and head, direct fuel injection
183 cu in, 2998 cc
382 hp @ 6500 rpm
369 lb-ft @ 1800 rpm
Suspension (F/R): struts/multilink
Brakes (F/R): 13.7-in vented disc/13.6-in vented disc
Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport 4S, F: 225/40R-19 93Y ★ R: 255/35R-19 96Y ★
Wheelbase: 112.2 in
Length: 185.7 in
Width: 71.9 in
Height: 56.4 in
Passenger volume: 95 cu ft
Trunk volume: 17 cu ft
Curb weight: 3827 lb
C/D TEST RESULTS: NEW
Rollout, 1 ft: 0.3 sec
60 mph: 3.8 sec
100 mph: 9.2 sec
150 mph: 24.2 sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 4.7 sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: 2.1 sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: 2.6 sec
¼-mile: 12.3 sec @ 115 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 156 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 155 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.96 g
Observed: 24 mpg
EPA FUEL ECONOMY
Combined/city/highway: 25/22/30 mpg
4 years/50,000 miles bumper to bumper;
12 years/unlimited miles corrosion protection;
4 years/unlimited miles roadside assistance;
3 years/36,000 miles scheduled maintenance
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