The new BMW 3 Series Touring

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Lease or Purchase The New BMW 3 Series Touring

The all-new BMW 3 Series Touring promises UK motorists a blend of practicality, impressive driving dynamics and versatility.

This highly efficient BMW boasts of a more spacious interior and a load capacity considered the largest in its segment. This truly versatile vehicle possesses a wide range of practical features in addition to the class-leading driving dynamics expected of any BMW.

The car brings on board innovative storage solutions plus a dynamically styled lightweight body – the same winning formula used in preceding BMW 3 Series. Visual changes will include steeply raked D-pillars, a small rear spoiler and wraparound tail lights.

There is a choice of 3 advanced and powerful engines and the new BMW 330d Touring will be capable of producing 258hp and an amazing 560Nm of torque, which is just enough to hit a high of 62mph in a time span of 5.6 seconds.

Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions have also decreased 10 to 15 per cent across the range, compared with the old Touring.

The 3 Series is sharp to drive and boasts of an increased boot space that stands at 495 litres and can be extended further to 1500 litres when all of the rear seats are folded flat and also features an electric power boot lid – as standard.

Set to arrive in the UK this September, this 3 Series is likely to be BMW’s biggest selling model, so why not opt for the purchase or lease of the all-new BMW 3 Series Touring and enjoy greater practicality, dynamics and efficiency.

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Andrew Kirkley
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  • 18th May 2012

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