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Really good, we can totally understand why the 320i is a popular choice because it's an engaging, comfortable, attractive, quality car with a sporty flavour. Minimal cost at the bowser, high safety rating.
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The 2014 BMW 320i Sedan and 320i xDrive Sedan has 17-inch alloy wheels, all-season tires, 6-way manually adjustable front seats with 2-way manual headrests, Satin Silver Matte interior trim, SensaTec upholstery, leather-wrapped steering wheel with controls, Bluetooth® wireless technology, iDrive system with 6.5-inch full-color flat screen display, USB audio connection, tire pressure monitor, BMW TeleService, engine start/stop button, automatic climate control, cruise control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, two 12V power sockets, BMW ambience lighting, anti-theft AM/FM stereo and HD Radio™. MSRP starts at $32,750** for the 320i Sedan. MSRP starts at $34,750** for the 320i xDrive Sedan.
Some safety features that come with it are anti-lock brakes, air bags, LATCH, programmable daytime running lights, knee airbags for driver and front passenger, BMW’s Advanced Safety System for integrated deployment of passive and active safety features, central locking system with center console switch, double-lock feature and 2-step unlocking and BMW Assist eCall™ with Emergency Request and Automatic Collision Notification. The 2014 BMW 3 Series Sedan is very safe to drive through Hopewell, NJ or anywhere else.
At first glance the new BMW 320i looks as appealing as any other new 3 Series model. It incorporates the same shapely twin-kidney grille that each 3 has been endowed with since being redesigned last year, features the same stylish headlamps butting up against that grille, which have since also shown up on the all-new X5, identical sloping front fenders and four-door greenhouse, plus the same attractive rear end styling including a set of very nicely sculpted taillights. To my eyes at least, it's the most attractive 3 Series in a very long time, a design I found immediately likeable. The 320i is simply the entry point of 3 Series ownership, and to that end is on a distinctly different mission than the other models in BMW's highly revered compact sport-luxury offering. To say that the 3 Series is legendary in sport sedan circles is an understatement. It's been the benchmark for the sport portion of that equation for as long as it's been
3 Series I've ever encountered before. I didn't mind the ride, proving comfortable enough albeit firm in traditional Teutonic style. Just the same, if it were my personal 320i I'd ditch the RFTs and go with conventional tires as soon as they wore out. Search out "BMW 320i run-flat tires" and you'll see endless posts of owners that hate them, not to mention their extremely high replacement costs. The 320i's wheels will accept normal tires and I'm guessing it'll deliver a great deal more of that legendary 3 Series handling without the RFTs. The interior of the new 320i is a mix of fabulous and flimsy, the fabulous being the cabin design and general layout, still one of the best driving positions in the industry with superb outward visibility all-round, while much of the car's fit, finish and materials are top grade. For instance, the dash plastics and door uppers are the high-grade soft-touch plastics you'd expect in a premium car, while the latter extend
Navigation Package adds a navigation system and an $800 BMW Assist/Bluetooth Package. Lastly, my tester sported BMW's acclaimed xDrive all-wheel drive, a $4,000 option that throws in the eight-speed automatic, which is a $1,600 option on the rear-drive model. Lack of paddle-shifters aside, I couldn't have asked for anything more in a little luxury car. Then again those split-folding rear seatbacks could have been a bit more accommodating. BMW has conveniently added pull handles inside the trunk to drop them forward, but no matter how hard you tug on them the seats merely unlock. If you don't have rigid cargo to push them down, such as a pair of skis, you'll need to open up the rear door to pull them down and then go back to the trunk to stow your gear. It's a bit of a hassle, but on the positive the seats are so snuggly fit together there's no chance of seeing any unsightly load-through cutout gaps
torque made up for its lack of power in spades so it was plenty fun to drive, while that 318is made a mere 129 lb-ft of torque. Still, the 318is was a pile of fun compared to regular 111 horsepower 318i models sold during the same era, and E30 318s barely broke the 100-horsepower threshold. Compared to these, the new 320i is a powerhouse. All said nobody's really comparing the 320i to these decades old classics, but rather to new competitors that never existed way back when. Yes, the competition is getting better and better, hitting BMW right where it hurts, performance. This is especially true when it comes to the German brand's legendary handling, where the 320i's ultra-firm runflat tires (which save the weight of a spare and therefore aid fuel economy) have no doubt perplexed its chassis engineers beyond reason, resulting in a car that feels more loosely sprung than any
right down to the bottom of each door panel, unusually good. The flimsy bits are on the opposite side of each front seat, really cheap hollow sounding lower centre console side panels that shouldn't be part of a car that can cost upwards of $50k when fully optioned out. To BMW's credit, the company is on a green mission these days, and the new 3 Series plastics are the most recyclable ever. My tester was hardly base, that entry-level unit costing just $35,900 for rear-wheel drive or $39,990 for as tested xDrive all-wheel drive, plus $2,095 for freight and pre-delivery prep. That car includes a lot of the types of features the majority of luxury buyers want, such as dual zone automatic climate control, proximity sensing keyless entry and pushbutton ignition, an infotainment system with a full-colour high-resolution LCD display sitting high atop the dash for easy view,
appealing, first and foremost the dulled acceleration Eco Pro mode provides. Then again when I'm driving around town I hardly care about ducking in and out of traffic like I did when younger and more foolish, and when on the freeway I'm happy enough just to leave the car in cruise and putter along. For those moments when I want to push the week's drudgery far into the dark recesses of my mind by tackling the aforementioned ribbons of twisting tarmac, Eco Pro mode gets turned off and fuel economy be damned, I'm going to let my hair down and have a little fun. This said BMW could use a few lessons from the Japanese when it comes to designing an idle-stop system. The 320i's automatically brings the engine back to life after shutting down at a stoplight to save fuel with nowhere near the calm, composed effectiveness of say, a Toyota Camry Hybrid that incidentally uses a larger
arrives at a deep 1,250 rpm and continues through to 4,500 (the 328i actually makes maximum torque to 4,800 rpm). While that doesn't sound anywhere near as exhilarating from naught to highway speeds it nevertheless is more than adequate, delivering sporty acceleration equal to 7.5 seconds to 100km/h with the manual and surprisingly 7.1 with the automatic, which was the way my test car was outfitted. The 328i, in comparison, achieves 100km/h a second sooner no matter the transmission choice, 6.1 clicking by before 100 zips past. I happen to love the beautifully shaped gearshift lever BMW now offers in every model it makes, especially its intelligent manual-mode shift pattern that needs a tug rearward to upshift and push forward to downshift. The shifter is a bit complicated at first, with the need to press more buttons than probably necessary (one
on the side to toggle between Drive and Reverse, and one on top to select Park), but once acclimatized it becomes second nature and you're off to the races. There are no paddle shifters with the 320i, a disappointment, but the effortlessly smooth transmission's eight speeds allow for optimal fuel efficiency, the 320i rated at a claimed 9.0 L/100km in the city, 5.5 on the highway and 7.4 combined with the manual or 8.7 city, 5.4 highway and 7.2 combined with the automatic, and with all the Efficient Dynamics systems turned on via leaving it in its default Eco Pro mode, it turns in real-world results that are closer to the EnerGuide estimates than many other cars I've tested: 8.5 combined city and highway including hills and fast-paced serpentine stretches of two-lane tarmac. Not bad at all. While the numbers are good, some of those Efficient Dynamics technologies aren't so
Yes, it is true that the same amount of money can buy a loaded midsize family sedan, packed with extra glitter, shine, leather, and infotainment and safety technologies. What you get in the BMW, however, is the sheer enjoyment of driving a vehicle designed, engineered, and assembled in Germany; a genuine sports sedan that is amongst the most talented vehicles on the road today. If that's not the reason you're buying a 320i, you might want to weigh the pros and cons of brand prestige vs. equipment.
Entry-level luxury is all the rage right now, and BMW is jumping on the bandwagon with its announcement at the January 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit that it will bring its 320i sedan to the U.S. in late spring 2013.
All Wheel Drive, telematics, bluetooth connectivity, back- up camera, leather interior, heated seats, leather steering wheel with audio/cruise controls and more!  The BMW 320i xDrive has classic…
The 2015 BMW 3 Series adds an available matte chrome window surround for the Sport Package in the 320i. Oyster Dakota leather, brushed aluminum trim and a new 18-inch wheel design when ordered with M Sport Brakes are available in the Luxury Line trim while Beige Dakota Leather and dark burl walnut trim are now optional in the Sport Line grade. M Sport models can now be optioned with Fineline Anthracite wood trim and a new 18-inch wheel design with M Sport brakes. Comfort Access, which is part of the premium package, now includes hands-free trunk closing while the head-up display has been added to the technology package.
Like the more expensive BMW 328i, the BMW 320i is equipped with a turbocharged, direct-injected 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, but it isn't nearly as powerful as the one installed in the 328i. In this application, it makes 180 horsepower from 5,000 rpm to 6,250 rpm (60 less than the 328i) and 184 lb.-ft. of torque from 1,250 rpm to 4,500 rpm (71 lb.-ft. less than the 328i). Nevertheless, the automaker quotes a BMW 320i acceleration time to 60 mph of just 7.1 seconds, whether the car is equipped with the standard 8-speed automatic transmission or the no-charge optional 6-speed manual gearbox.
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BMW’s have always been about style, and the current 320i is no exception. From the signature kidney grille to the creased body lines to the distinctive taillights, this is all Bavarian Motor Works. The 320i is 182.5 inches long with a 110.6 inch wheelbase and has a fairly low curb weight of 3295 pounds. The 320i comes standard with Star Spoke 17 inch alloy wheels with run-flat all-season tires. Xenon headlights and adaptive light control are optional. The Sport Package bumps you up to 18 inch wheels. Our test car was painted the classic Alpine White, though the 320i is available in ten metallic shades and one other non-metallic shade (black).
This is a BMW, so performance is important. Let’s start with the 2.0 liter inline 4 cylinder engine, which produces 180 hp and 200 lb-ft of torque. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission with Sport and Manual shift modes (those who want to row their own gears can opt for the 6-speed manual transmission, which would be my choice for this engaging rear-wheel drive vehicle). Handling is precise, but if you want, add the Sports Package for a M sport suspension.
The 320i is equipped with auto start-stop to save fuel when the vehicle is at rest. Gas mileage is rated at at 23 city and 36 highway for cars equipped with the manual transmission, and 24 city and 36 highway for car equipped with the automatic. Also standard on the 320i is ECO PRO, which uses displays to help teach the driver to be more fuel-efficient.
Our test car had a sticker price of $34,975, which includes the 320i base price of $32,750, plus $13,00 for the Sport Pack (18 inch wheels, Sport seats, M sport suspension, M steering wheel and anthracite headliner) plus a $925 destination charge. When it is quite easy to option an Accord or Camry up into this price range, the appeal of rear wheel drive German engineering may entice some. This driver would have probably selected power front seats ($995) plus heated front seats ($995). All in all this is a fun to drive and efficient rear wheel drive sedan.
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