The BMW 3 Series leads the charge in the premium executive class. Its primary appeal is in the way it drives, but its engines, standard equipment and infotainment system are first rate as well. The firm ride on M Sport models is just about the only thing we can grumble about in this near-flawless executive car.get the best price
Trim: M Sport
Brings an even more aggressive look, although you’re not getting a whole lot more than added style for your money with 18in wheels and digital instruments being the main equipment upgrades. The ride is firm on standard M Sport suspension, so think about deselecting this (it’s a no-cost option) or adding optional adaptive M Sport suspension, which should make things smoother.
If petrol power is your cup of fossil fuel, the 184hp 2.0-litre 320i is a great place to start. It's perky enough for most situations, including motorway cruising, but it does need to be revved like billy-o when overtaking down a country road.
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