It’s easy to see out of the front of the 3 Series Touring, thanks to its relatively narrow windscreen pillars, while the door mirrors give a good view of what’s drawing up alongside you. Blindspot warning and a head-up display are options that can help keep your eyes on the road.
The over-the-shoulder view is hampered by the car’s thick rear pillars, but all 3 Series Tourings come with rear parking sensors, so this isn’t such a problem. You can also add front parking sensors, a surround-view camera and a reversing camera to make things even easier.
Automatic lights and wipers are standard, and so too are LED headlights for better visibility at night.
The standard rear headrests obscure much of the rearward view when in position, so folding rear headrests are a cheap option that you should add.