2020 BMW 3 Series Redesign Interior, Engine, Price, Release Date – When it comes to the tops of the compact luxury sport sedan class, the BMW 3 Series surely is a name we should never miss. And with the 2020 BMW 3 Series, this sedan gets only better and better. Shoppers will find the 3 Series’ plenty of refinement and features, in addition to the smooth and optional engine, the determining factor to appeal. With only few that can match its refinement and performance, the 3 Series remains a strong contender in this crowded segment.
2020 BMW 3 Series Interior
The interior design is both restrained and attractive, featuring a sensible control layout that matches the company’s ergonomics. The new BMW 3 Series now has the better rear passenger space, even though we can’t deny that there are still a few more to be desired. Most buttons for the control are perfectly placed and those on the wheel are intuitive. While the iDrive controller is indeed complex, there is a logic behind it that eventually turns into the second nature. Opt for the Tech package for the better and wider 8.8-inch touchscreen.
The driver seat inside the BMW 3 Series provides plenty of range for adjustment in fore-aft and up-down directions. At the same time, the telescoping steering wheel can be adjusted more flexibly; taller drivers are less likely to find them in an awkward position as the steering wheel can be pulled back far enough. Once the position is set, the controls, gauges, and mirrors are all close at hand. Front seat passengers will enjoy the generous legroom and headroom. The materials quality is impeccable, including the real metal inlays on the center console and dashboard.
2020 BMW 3 Series Engine
The turbocharged engines powering the new BMW 3 Series are especially overachievers, paired to an 8-speed automatic that is always on point, featuring the impressively shifts. A great performer as it is, the new 4-cylinder engine added since the 2019 model year resulted not only in the change of name for the midlevel—from 328i to 330i—but also boosted the power output. Opt for the higher trim, the 340i, which is powered by a 6-cylinder engine. In general, all engine options are always on turbo torque, meaning a great flexibility even for daily driving. The transmission is brilliantly programmed, allowing it to shift with precision and grace. At the same time, the automatic stop/start system remains off as you turn the engine off.
2020 BMW 3 Series Price
Referring to the starting price of the 2019 BMW 3 Series, the MSRP starts from around $37,000 for the basic 320i model. Bear in mind that the price will increase as you choose the higher trim level and more optional features to bring home. Since the company isn’t yet to release any official statement regarding the 2020 model of BMW 3 Series, expect that you’ll spend the similar sum of money to bring one home.
Without a doubt, the range-topping 340i is the best choice for you if cost isn’t your issue, especially one with the Tech package. However, the midlevel 2020 BMW 3 Series330i can still provide good punch from its turbocharged 4-cylinder engine anyway you can also equip with the Premium and/or Tech packages.