The new BMW 3 series sedan is amazing sedan that is loved by many for its design, specifications and engine. This car has a long hander which is useful for both tuning the car as well as for assessing its composure at the limit. The interior of this car is impressive and very stylish. It is equipped with a 10.3-inch infotainment screen, and on the other hand, the base cars get 5.7-inch and 8.8-inch screens.
A large head-up display projects all critical information like speed, speed limits, route instructions, and navigation data, warning indicators, etc. onto the windshield. Buttons for the features of the HVAC and audio controls are below the infotainment screen. On the center console, there are buttons for the driving modes, engine start, and other functions as well as a large iDrive knob flanking the shifter. Now let us talk about the engine, both the 255-hp four-cylinder 330i and the driver-focused, 382-hp inline-six is powered by M340i offer turbocharged powertrains with power gains of 7 and 62 horsepower, respectively.
The four-cylinder will feel similar to most boosted 2.0-liter fours in this segment which offers adequate if uninspired power. Also, the six triggers deeper emotions, and it is smoother, makes it sound better, and it makes the M340i a seriously quick thing. Both will be available with rear- or optional all-wheel drive, but the rear-drive M340i will be exclusive to the U.S. market. One of the most notable features of this sedan is called the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant.
This feature responds when the words “Hey, BMW,” is said or sometimes it will accept whatever name you give it. Sometimes it’s unresponsive but when it works, it can tell the driver the distance to a large nearby city and to confirm that the engine oil level. The price of the 2019 330i is the same as the 2018 model at $41,245 and adding xDrive to either model goes up by $2000. The 2019 330i will be in dealerships in March 2019.