BMW unveiled a redesigned 3-Series sedan and wagon

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BMW has declassified the updated sedan and wagon 3-Series. After the restyling, the cars were changed externally, and also received new options and changes in the interior. The updated 3-Series is equipped with L-shaped running lights, new bumpers, and a modified grille with vertical slats. Also, customers will be offered a package M Sport with additional chrome elements, an M Sport Pro with tinted optics, and M-brakes with red calipers.

In the cabin of the car appeared a large display, which combines a 12.3-inch dashboard and a multimedia system screen (14.9 inches). Instead of the traditional gear lever, the car has a small selector to control the transmission. Already in base, the novelty is equipped with three-zone climate control.

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All versions of the 3-Series are now available only with an eight-speed “automatic” with paddle paddles. The engine range of the model hasn’t changed. The customers will be offered gasoline motors rated at 156, 184, 252, and 340 horsepower.

Also, the novelty will be available with diesel units with an output from 150 to 340 horsepower. All engines work together with a 48-volt starter generator. The car also has several full hybrid modifications.

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The production of new items will be set up in Munich and Mexico. Prices for a refreshed BMW 3-Series in Germany start from 43,900 euros. The first cars will be available at dealerships this summer.

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