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Specification

  • Mileage: 9000
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Size: 2.0
  • Interior Colour: Black leather
  • Exterior Colour: Blue
  • Body Style: Saloon
  • Seats: 5
  • Service: FSH
  • Reg date: 2011/10

Optional extras

  • Black leather with Blue stitching
  • 18" light star spoke alloy wheels - style 193 M
  • Auxiliary point for auxiliary devices
  • BMW professional radio/CD/MP3
  • Bluetooth telephone preparation with USB audio interface
  • Cruise control
  • DSC-Dynamic Stability Control
  • Dakota leather upholstery
  • Dual zone automatic air conditioning
  • Dynamic Traction Control - DTC
  • Electric front and rear windows with one touch/convenient open/close function
  • Electronic immobiliser
  • Front sports seats with electric side bolster adjustment
  • Hydraulic PAS
  • Interior lights pack - 3 Series Saloon - SE/ED/M Sport
  • M leather steering wheel
  • Manual adjustable height/backrest/length front seats
  • Multi-function controls for steering wheel
  • Rear park distance control
  • Remote control alarm
  • Smokers pack
Description
  • Engine Power 184 bhp
  • Top Speed 146 mph
  • Acceleration (0-62mph) 7.5 seconds
  • CO2 Rating (g/km) 125 g/km
  • Average mpg 60.1 mpg
  • Boot Capacity 460 litres

Description

What car says:

It’s quick and flexible, and the running costs are seriously impressive. If you’re a company car driver, you’ll love the low company car tax bills it commands.

 

Auto Express says:

It’s hard to think of way in which the 3 Series hasn’t been improved, and the 320d is the perfect all-rounder. A price of almost £30,000 for this Sport model, before adding any choice options like adaptive suspension, leather seats and sat-nav, will be too steep for some. But for that you get a car that’s effortlessly fast and refined, cheap to run and huge fun to drive when the right road presents itself. The new 3 Series doesn’t trounce the competition quite like it used to, but BMW has done enough to keep its nose comfortably in front.

 

Auto Car says:

The BMW 320d is better than ever: sharper, smoother and its convenience heightened. Step straight from an outgoing BMW 320d M Sport into this new-generation 320d Sport, and it’s easy to see that BMW has tackled the three weakest areas of the old model with some success.

First, the ride. True, the test car came optionally kitted with the adaptive M Sport suspension that does a fine job of smothering bumps, but equally it rides on 50-section run-flat tyres, and even in the firmer Sport and Sport Plus modes it delivers a fluency of motion that you simply won’t experience in the old M Sport 320d. The gearchange has improved too, from being springily obstructive to smooth-moving and compliant when warm.

More subtle – though not when it fails you for the umpteenth time – is a sat nav that picks more intelligent routes and manages to serve instructions before you get there rather than just as you’re driving by it. Day-to-day, that makes a difference.

BMW’s 2.0 181bhp TwinPower diesel serves up the same impressive blend of sporting performance and heart-warming economy, mileage in the high 40s a certainty with 50mpg-plus a real possibility, especially when you engage the Eco-pro mode and follow its advice. If all this sounds a bit worthy, well, keen drivers will almost instantly notice the sharper steering, this 3 Series changing direction with the agility of a cat on the run but without any of the nervous darting. It rounds corners with such ease that it makes the outgoing model feel slightly slow-witted, though it’s hardly that. All of which makes the 320d feel a more polished machine than the last, good though that was.

 

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