2015 BMW 3Series Review - BMW Cars Review
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2015 BMW 3Series Review , The 2015 BMW 3-Series is an upscale midsize car that gains standard Bluetooth audio connectivity this year. Three turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engines are offered in the 2015 BMW 3-Series lineup. The base 320i gets 180 horsepower, while the 328i sedan and Sports Wagon are rated at 240 horsepower. The 328d’s four-cylinder engine uses diesel fuel and produces 180 horsepower. A 300-horsepower 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine powers the 335i sedan and Gran Turismo hatchback. All 2015 BMW 3-Series sedans come standard with rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission are optional. Wagons are offered exclusively with all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The base 320i sedan earns an EPA-estimated 24/36 mpg city/highway. Diesel models with rear-wheel drive get 32/45 mpg.The GT rides on a modified 3-Series platform and stretches 189 inches long, 58.6 inches tall and 72 inches wide, dimensions that make it 7.9 inches longer and 3.2 inches taller than a standard 3-Series sedan. The extra space benefits the four occupants aboard as the seats are 2.3 inches higher than in the 3-Series and rear legroom has been increased by 2.8 inches.Ask a person to name a sport sedan and the first answer likely will be “BMW 3 Series.” The 3 Series is practically synonymous with the segment itself and has long been a favorite with consumers and critics alike. Taking a look at this year’s lineup, you might also think that at some point the car will become synonymous with “variety,” too.Sedan or wagon, rear or all-wheel drive, and with gasoline, diesel, or hybrid-electric motors, the 2015 BMW 3 Series will appeal to a wide variety of car-savvy entry-level luxury shoppers. Having arguably some of the nicest interior furnishings and a reputation for providing sporty handling and a fun overall driving experience won’t hurt either. Although the current-generation car puts more priority on ride comfort than previous versions, the 3 Series remains enjoyable whether you’re seeking out roads less traveled or just driving to the office.The lineup of 2015 BMW 3-Series models is looking quite different than it did just a couple of years ago. Yes, coupes and convertibles have flown the coop (they’re now called the 4-Series); but with the introduction of new Gran Turismo (3GT) hatchback models to the lineup, as well as a Sports Wagon plus many under-the-hood choices it’s by no means the simply charming sport sedan that first won Americans over decades ago.
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