What makes the BMW 3 Series so good?
Finding the right balance between a driving experience and practicality in a Saloon car is by no means an easy task and it can be here that many manufacturers fall by the wayside, leaning too strongly to one or the other.
BMW have struck a lovely balance, producing a true driver’s car that can do the best of both worlds. It can be the executive car you need it to be or it can be transformed into a modern and well-equipped practical family vehicle.
The latest edition of the BMW 3 Series is refined. It promises sportier handling and improved suspension in a car that weighs nearly 60kg less than its previous edition.
Meanwhile, the Intelligent Personal Assistant, which comes as standard on M Sport and M Sport Pro Edition models remembers and learns your driving behaviours, further enhancing the driving experience on offer.
The design of the BMW 3 Series has a rugged and angled finish and it gives the car real character. You get the fierce and muscly look with some neat detailing throughout.
The famous Kidney Grille you get on the front of the car will change slightly if you go for the top-of-the-range M Model. They all look brilliant visually and aid the car’s balance and driving performance with class-leading aerodynamics, according to BMW. The Active Air system means the air valve inside the grille will remain closed unless the engine overheats - a brilliant combination of beautiful design and efficient driving.
The cabin has a timeless design, as we have come to expect from BMW cars over the years. It is simple and easy to use and we say that in the most endearing way possible - it is part of what makes it such an appealing drive for motorists.
For the more traditional driver, the system also comes with the iDrive rotary dial and shortcut buttons for easier usage while on the move.