BMW officially unveiled the new 3 Series Touring, the wagon version of the popular German model. Scheduled to enter the European markets this year, the new model increases in dimensions and provides more space for the passengers and luggage.
The model’s range starts with the BMW 328i fitted with a 2.0-liter developing 241 horses followed by two diesels.
The first one is the 320d which benefits from a 2.0-liter turbo diesel producing 181hp and a more powerful 3.0-liter six-cylinder with 255 horsepower, a power train which propels the BMW 330d.
All the units are fitted with a six-speed manual transmission except the range-topping 330d which gets an eight-speed automatic as standard. However, you can opt for the latter at extra cost even if you choose the entry-level models.
“The new edition of the BMW 3 Series Touring makes its mark in the premium sports estate segment with its hallmark BMW dynamic prowess, enhanced practicality and versatility, and a range of standard equipment features assembled to meet the challenges of everyday life,” adds BMW.
Pricing and more availability details will be released soon. Oh, and there are some good news for the U.S. buyers as the new 3 Series Touring will arrive in the States next year.