BMW took some of the best aspects of the last 3 Series—its sharp handling, responsive drivetrain, and comfortable seats—and ratcheted them up half a notch with the revamped 2019 model. But it makes even bigger strides in terms of fuel economy, infotainment features, and standard advanced safety systems. As such, it continues to be one of the best sports sedans available.
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BMW 3 Series Road Test

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Most 3 Series shoppers will gravitate to the 330i model, either with rear or all-wheel drive (known as xDrive), rather than the more expensive M340i. Either way, we recommend buyers opt for BSW with rear cross traffic warning (RCTW). Also, the optional LKA feature and adaptive cruise control with e...
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sedan 330i 4-cyl 8-speed Automatic
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