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318i Sport (A)
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$19,300 /yr 17.2km/L 154 bhp 8-speed (A) Steptronic
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320i Luxury (A)
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$23,200 /yr 17.2km/L 181 bhp 8-speed (A) Steptronic
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320i M Sport (A)
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$24,000 /yr 17.2km/L 181 bhp 8-speed (A) Steptronic
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Price updated 24-Jul-2021

BMW 3 Series Sedan
3.5 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Car Review - BMW 3 Series Sedan 318i Sport (A)
For buyers in the market for a 3 Series, the 318i is a no brainer - well equipped, sweet driving and close to complete.
My first BMW and I am loving it
In the past, I never looked at BMW becos seriously it doesn't feel remotely luxury to me. The new 3 series changed my mind, the sporty outside and nice interior attracts me. It was also a time i feel like trying our rear-wheel drive, because I heard that BMW rear-wheel drive, 50/50 body weight and the hp+Torgue = power 8.4 was quite acceptable for me for now.
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The 2020 Gadetory 318i
Went by BMW to test drive the new 318i about 2 weeks ago. First looks is a curvy and sleeker body shape sedan, looking slightly larger than its predecessor. Inside, its a nicely flushed interior with correctly placed console and buttons. It comes with great intuitive features whereby you do not have to keep track of the car status anymore, as with IoT technology, the car will send back information, telling you when its due for servicing and even what fault it has to go back. The drive is good move off, at comfort mode, its like other conti brands, smooth and non-pushy ride which you sure to enjoy the drive. Changing to SPORTS mode, the steering stiffens but no change in dampers (perhaps only M series), the gear ratios changes almost as immediate and surprisingly, the "Roaring" Is quiet which insulation is done pretty well unless you missed hearing the roar. Parking comes with FULL auto where you do not even need to control braking or gear shifts, the moment you engage the park mode and a lot is found, engage REVERSE and thats it, the car gauges itself into the lot for you with absolute no interference at all. Overall, its a great car to drive if you willing to part around $200k (as of Oct 2020) to it and you are an avid BMW fan. But for another top up, you might wanna look at the new 5 series instead with outmost luxury on top of the great drive.
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Segment Leader G20 3 Series
Upgrading from the previous generation F30 LCI. Collected the car on 29 Dec and have been driving it for the past 1.5 weeks. This new G20 3 Series has improved leaps and bounds in especially in the interior and build quality. Doors close with a much better solid thud and better use of materials to prevent damage from our hot weather. The award winning B48 engine is so much smoother than the B38 engine from the previous gen F30 LCI. Power delivery is linear and performance on tap. The chassis has also been stiffened for greater control round corners. The specifications for the 318i are high, coming with the live professional cockpit including safety systems such as lane departure warning and blindspot assist which weren't even available on the previous generation F30. My biggest gribe is PML not giving us consumers a choice of m sport trim for the model. As most people who want to buy a BMW enjoy a more sporty exterior and interior and woulnd't mind topping up a few extra thousand to get what they really like. However, that being said as much as the car has both its pros and cons. To me this is the best in class for the compact executive sedan and gives the best blend of comfort and handling which is unrivalled when compared to its competition.
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This review is for 318i
The 3 series is always a popular choice among local car buyers. I was privileged to test drive the latest 318i recently. It has a 4-cylinder 2-litre engine, but output is only 150+ horses. On the road, you don't feel that it's slow, but it's not fast either. Why would anyone pay 2-litre road tax to get such a small power output? It seems that BMW is trying to make a model for every conceivable niche in the market. Unfortunately, this model does not impress me. Yes, it has some useful technologies installed, but it did not give me a feel of luxury nor superb handling. At best, it feels like a Japanese model such as Honda Civic. Noise and road insulation could have been improved. The price/performance ratio is also not enticing.
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