The updated version of the BMW 3-Series, for the 2016 model year, is currently available for order in Australia.
According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the model will be the 318i Sedan, which costs 54,900 AUD, 1,100 AUD more than before. This is followed by the 320i Sedan, from 61,900 AUD, and by the 320i Touring, from 65,300 AUD. The BMW 320d Sedan has a cost of 63,800 AUD while for the 330i Sedan, customers will have to pay 69,900 AUD. The 330i Touring has been priced from 73,300 AUD and the range-topping version, the 340i Sedan, will be setting you back for 89,900 AUD.
Some of the standard goodies found on 318i include the Sport Line, 18-inch alloy wheels, Lane Change Warning, Driving Assistant, head-up display, 360-degree surround view camera system, Navigation Business infotainment, LED headlights, Sensatec upholstery, real-time traffic info, ConnectedDrive Lifestyle and more. The 320i / 320d are gaining the lights package, the sport automatic transmission, Adaptive M suspension system, DAB+ digital radio, electric front seat adjustment and others. The 330i is bringing the Luxury line, 19-inch alloy wheels, navigation professional, leather upholstery and comfort access while the range-topping 340i has the M Sport package, roller sunblinds for the rear side windows, electric roller sunblinds for the rear window, Harman Kardon audio system, Extended Bluetooth system, lumbar support, heated front seats, adaptive LED headlights, BMW Individual leather instrument panel, adaptive cruise control with Stop and Go functions, Internet, High Beam Assistant, LED foglights and others.