2019 BMW 3 SERIES MODEL REVIEW

23/33  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
5.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
16.9-56.5  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For The 2019 BMW of Springfield?

There are a few significant changes in 2019 for the 3 Series. For one thing, BMW will no longer be offering a manual transmission in the 3 Series. The 330i trim option will also be increasing slightly in horsepower and output. The vehicle will offer a horsepower that will increase from 248 to 255. Also, there will be an increase seen in the vehicle's torque to 295 foot pounds from only 258. Acceleration is also slightly improved for the 2019 3 Series.

When it comes to the interior of 3 Series vehicles, there has been a redesign of the 8.8-inch touchscreen for the vehicle's infotainment system. Also, there is a refreshed 5.7-inch digital gauge cluster.

The 3 Series is now in its seventh generation of production. The seventh generation was first released in the 2018 model year.


2019 BMW 3 Series Lineup

Which Trims & Features are Available for 2019?

The most basic trim level for the 3 Series is the 330i sedan. Other trim options available include the 330i xDrive sedan all-wheel drive vehicle, the 330i xDrive wagon all-wheel drive vehicle, the M340i sedan rear-wheel drive vehicle, and the M340i xDrive sedan all-wheel drive vehicle.

The MSRP of the base model is $45,000. The vehicle seats five and also offers front seatback storage space. Some of the interior options that are available depending on trim include a rear manual side window shade, heated front seats, wireless charging capabilities, cruise control, a Harman Kardon surround sound system, a navigation system, and heated rear seats. The various trim and feature options give drivers plenty of opportunity to customize their 3 Series vehicle.

More Power & Performance for 2019

2019 BMW 3 Series Exterior HeadlightThe BMW 3 Series for 2019 offers a total of 248 horsepower at 5200 RPM with the all-wheel drive 330i xDrive wagon. The engine is a four cylinder turbo engine of 2.0 liters with this trim.

With this trim, the transmission will be an eight-speed automatic. The vehicle has shown the ability to reach 23 MPG while being driven in the city and 33 MPG while being driven on the highway.

BMW 3 Series Safety Features

2019 BMW 3 Series Interior Drivers SeatWhen it comes to safety, the 2019 3 Series offers numerous features both included in the base model and as options. Some of the features are stability control, an engine immobilization mechanism, child locks for the rear doors, mirror turn signal, two headrests at the front of the vehicle and three at the rear, and auto delay off headlamps. There are also tire pressure, traction control, lane departure, and emergency braking monitoring features that maintains ride safety in the 3 Series vehicles. LED headlamps guide the way, and front and rear ventilated disc brakes ensure firm and reliable braking.

The BMW 3 Series should be experienced in person, be sure to visit our dealership in Springfield, MO for a test drive.


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