BMW 3 Series
(2019 to Onwards)

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  • Generation 7th
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Overview

The 7th Generation BMW 3-Series was introduced in 2019. The 7th Generation BMW 3-Series is a front engine rear/four-wheel drive sedan. The BMW 3-Series 7th Generation featured an updated design language compared to the 6th Generation 3-series. The 3-Series is one of the best-selling cars of all time and continues to be BMW bestselling model today due its unique looks, drive, and feel. The exterior of the 7th Generation BMW 3 Series features a unique design language. The front end features sleek side swept headlights with daytime running lights, the iconic BMW kidney grille, a large front bumper with a large trapezium styled air intake that is flanked by standard circular fog lights. The rear end features sharp side swept taillights with a large rear bumper. Options include LED Headlights and fog lights, carbon fiber mirror caps, rear spoiler and front splitter, black kidney grille and M colored bumper stripes. The interior of the 7th Generation BMW 3 Series compromises the use of black plastic trim pieces accented by silver matter trim. The front and rear seats are covered in a choice of beige or black. Standard features on the car include power windows, climate control, electric mirrors and a multi-information display Options on the car include a choice of aluminium, anthracite wood and burl walnut wood trim, a choice between black, beige or white coloured leather, heated front and rear seats, heated steering wheel, rearview camera with park distance control, Auto-dimming rearview mirror, Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors, Power Front Seats, Satellite radio with 1 year subscription, Universal garage-door opener, Lumbar support, Moonroof and Satellite Navigation.



Pros
  • Reliable.
  • Comfortable.
  • RWD / AWD Option.
Cons
  • Lack Of Spare Parts.
  • High Maintenance Cost.


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