BMW 3 Series
Touring (G21 LCI, facelift 2022) 320d (190 HP) MHEV Steptronic
36 350 - 48 550 usd
Lease price: $836 - $642
16 offers

Specifications of BMW 3 Series Touring (G21 LCI, facelift 2022) 320d (190 HP) MHEV Steptronic

General characteristics of BMW 3 Series Touring (G21 LCI, facelift 2022) 320d (190 HP) MHEV Steptronic

BMW did its homework with this latest G20 3 Series, which once again resides in the upper echelon of the segment for fun driving dynamics, an area in which the previous-gen model fell behind rivals from Alfa Romeo and Jaguar. The 3 Series' steering rack is sharper and more precise than you'd expect of a sedan in this segment, once again setting the BMW apart from its peers. Coupled with fantastic body control, it's a joy to thread the 3 through a few fast sweeps. On the downside, the steering is more affected by bumps in the road than the likes of the C-Class, which does a better job of cushioning imperfections. That brings us on to the 3 Series' ride, which is firmer than some would like. Although the 3 Series has never been as soft as a Mercedes or even the Audi A4, it seems that BMW has gone too far in the other direction in pursuit of a sporty drive, with both small and large imperfections being felt in the otherwise serene cabin. Even in Comfort mode, many would argue that a practical family sedan should better cushion occupants. In our BMW 3 Series review, we found that on smooth surfaces, the sedan impresses with excellent noise suppression and rock-solid stability, while the powertrains are hushed most of the time, too. Optionally available is an adaptive M suspension.

Despite the weight of expectation that stems from decades of 3 Series generations dominating the segment, the latest G20 effortlessly extends the legacy of one of BMW's core models. It's back to being one of the most enjoyable cars in the segment to drive thanks to sharp handling, a well-tuned chassis, and two exceptional powertrains. Inside, it's both beautifully built and spacious for all occupants, and it comes with just enough equipment to justify the price. Weaknesses include a ride that is too harsh, the absence of a manual gearbox, and an interior that isn't particularly exciting to look at. There are also numerous excellent alternatives in this segment, such as the Audi A4 and Genesis G70, not to mention the sporty Alfa Romeo Giulia. But for the most part, BMW's sedan ticks all the boxes expected of a 3 Series, and if that's not high praise, nothing is.

BMW 3 Series
Touring (G21 LCI, facelift 2022) 320d (190 HP) MHEV Steptronic
36 350 - 48 550 USD
16 offers
General information
Model year
2022
Brand country
Germany
Class
D
Number of doors
4
Number of seats
5
Engine
Engine type
Hybrid
Engine configuration
Front
Maximum Horsepower @ RPM
190
Displacement, cc
1998
Displacement, cu in
121.93
Number of cylinders
4
Transmission
Transmission type
Automatic
Number of gears
8
Drivetrain
RWD
Fuel economy, performance and range
Combined EPA Fuel Economy, mpg
30
City EPA Fuel Economy, mpg
26
Highway EPA Fuel Economy, mpg 4.7
36
Top speed, mph
142.29
100 mph, s
14.3
Interior dimensions and weight information
Boot capacity, L
1510
Boot capacity, cu ft
26
Fuel tank capacity, gal
10.57
Curb weight, lb
3604.56
Gross weight, lb
4916.31
Exterior dimensions
Length, in
185.55
Width, in
71.93
Height, in
56.69
Wheelbase, in
112.24
Minimum Ground Clearance, in
6.5
Front Track Width, in
61.93
Rear Track Width, in
61.73

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