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If you don’t follow BMW's yearly updates, you might be a little lost as to what's going on among the various models’ trim levels. There used to be a direct correlation between the name of a car and and its chassis and engine, but now it's a little more complicated.
So here is a quick explanation: the 4-Series is now the midsize coupe (formerly the 3-Series coupe) and the 3-Series is now the sedan.For these, the smallest—a 2.0-litre four-cylinder—will be known as a 320i. At the top of the range now sits the 340i, powered by a 3.0-litre TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine producing 320 horsepower.
The example we are showcasing today is a well-optioned 340i in Glacier Silver Metallic paint with Coral Red Dakota leather inside. First of all, it’s fitted with the xDrive all-wheel drive system. Apart from this crucial winter feature, this 2017 sedan also boasts the M Performance kits 1 and 2, giving it a sporty look in the interior with hexagon metallic trim with black gloss highlights.
Now that you’ve got the basics, come in and take a more detailed tour of this2017 BMW 340i.
2017 BMW 340i xDrive
Starting from $72,979
Combined consumption in 1/100km
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