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2014 BMW 328 Gran Turismo Overview
- Touring version of the BMW 328
- 240-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine
- Standard all-wheel drive
BMW’s extensive changes to the iconic 3-series in 2014 also include the introduction of a new model, the 328 Gran Turismo.
The 328 Gran Turismo is larger than even the 328 Sport Wagon, adding 8-inches in length and 3-inches in height which gives it a roomier cabin (2.8-inches of extra legroom in the rear)and allows the rear seat to be slightly raised, which improves sightlines for backseat passengers. In addition to the added dimensions, the Gran Turismo’s added room gives it a unique appearance; instead of a rear windshield that drops down to form a rear trunk, imagine it has been stretched all the way out to the rear of the car and you have some idea of how the GT looks.
Under the hood, the 328 GT gets the same engine as the other 328 variants, a 240-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 258 pounds-feet of torque and always seems to punch above its weight when it comes to acceleration and performance. An eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive are standard.
Inside, the Gran Turismo seats five passengers and comes with some extra standard features such as powered front seats. HD radio, Bluetooth connectivity, iDrive with a 6.5-inch color display, USB port, and push button start are also standard. BMW also offers a large range of packages which add extra features to the 328 GT, including navigation, wood trim, leather upholstery, and a head-up display.
Standard safety features include antilock brakes, eight airbags, and an electronic stability system. Plenty of electronic driver aides are also available, including a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, lane departure warning, blind spot warning, and active cruise control.