Production of the F34 BMW 3-Series GT has ended. The tall sorta sporty hatchback but not an SUV was never popular and won’t be replaced.
The 2020 BMW M340i xDrive Touring estate has a 3L turbo I6 with 285kW (382hp) and 500Nm (369 lb-ft), AWD, and an 8-speed auto.
The 2020 BMW 3-Series Touring is yet another tempting, tasty European wagon not coming to USA because we can’t have nice things, and prefer SUVs.
The new 2019 BMW 3-Series Touring is a much better looking car, lighter, bigger, and with a trunk that’s got more space, a lower loading lip and is wider.
The 2019 BMW 3-Series Touring has a wider, lower and taller trunk, 500L (17.7 cu-ft) of space up 32L (1.1 cu-ft), and a 40/20/40 split rear seat.
The 2019 BMW 3-Series Li is a new long wheelbase version of the G20 sedan with 110mm (4.3″) extra between the axles for more rear seat leg room.
The G20 BMW 3-Series saloon is on sale now in the UK with prices starting from £33,610. It is larger in every dimension with I4 and I6 engines.
The 2020 BMW 3-Series LWB sedan is a China only model with a longer wheelbase for improved rear seat room and is powered by turbocharged 4-cylinder engines.
The awkward not quite an SUV, not a wagon, hatchback on stilts BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo will not be replaced, which will probably upset about 17 people.
The SUVs have won, the seventh generation (G21) BMW 3-Series wagon isn’t coming to the States, but the sixth generation (F31) model will still be available.