BMW has officially introduced the new 3-Series High-Line Special Edition in Australia, where the model in question is already available for order.
According to the car manufacturer, the BMW 3-Series High-Line Special Edition is coming in with standard features such as the Innovations Package, which is adding the surround view, the head-up display, the Comfort Access System, the parking and driving assistants and the Lane Change Warning System, amongst others. Some of the other features available on the limited edition include the anti-dazzle function for the exterior mirrors, the rearview camera, the Front Park Distance, the instrument cluster with the extended contents and much more.
BMW says that the new 3-Series High-Line Special Edition can be had, in Australia, in both the Sedan and the Touring body styles and these can be ordered in different versions including the 316i, the 320i, the 320d, 335i and ActiveHybrid 3 in the sedan and in 318d, 320i and 328i in the wagons. The carmaker is telling us that in the 328i you will be getting the bi-xenon headlights and the M Sport Package is coming with discounts, while in the 335i and ActiveHybrid 3 the M Sport Package is coming in at no extra charge. The added equipment is worth more than 6,000 AUD.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, August 6th, 2014 - filed under BMW
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