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The BMW 3 Series Touring isn't the roomiest estate in the world, but if you just need a bit more practicality than the saloon offers, it's a great buy. Fantastic to drive, smart inside and has one of the best infotainment systems on the market.
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The M Sport Pro Edition effectively gets all the goodies that come on the standard M Sport cars, plus 19in wheels, blacked out exterior trim, sports seats, M seat belts, sun protection glass, an M leather steering wheel, BMW individual aluminium interior trim, an M Sport braking system, adaptive M suspension, variable sport steering and an M Sport differential (the latter only coming as standard on 330d models).
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If you’re not planning on doing massive miles, however, we’d point you in the direction of the truly fantastic 181bhp 320i. This petrol engine is perky enough for most situations, including overtaking on country roads, and its rev-happy nature sits well with the 3 Series Touring’s sporty character.
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