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2017 BMW 320


City 23 MPG Hwy 34 - 35 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    4 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
5 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 5
Interior 4.9
Comfort 4.9
Performance 4.8
Reliability 5
This is a great car.

by NL from Northern Virginia | July 18, 2019

I had BMW 325i for about 15 years. And now I bought a new 320. Both cars were assembled in South Africa and both have engines and transmissions assembled in Germany. Both cars are reliable and very, very convenient in operation. I really enjoy driving them. Also, navigation and communication systems in 320 are great. The cars have all I need and nothing extra that I have to pay for and not use. The only concern about 320 is operation at very low speed (in traffic jams, when one mainly stops, not moves). It might be good have an option for slightly increasing the engine power, though I understand that this will increase the gas consumption and the driving cost. The designers consider that as a "comfort" operation option, but it does not work well for me. Otherwise, my new 320 accelerates and runs excellent.

Really good deal for a luxury car.

by TGdriveit from St. Louis | July 23, 2018

I was looking for the perfect price and perfect car and this was it. It has most of what I want and I am happy overall

I love it

by ER | July 17, 2018

It’s an amazing car it has everything I needed beautiful outstanding looking incredible price Love it love it love it love it love it love it

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2017 BMW 320 Overview

BMW's compact 3 Series is the luxury automaker's bread-and-butter model and best-selling line. It's available as a sedan, wagon or Gran Turismo hatchback and as the M3 performance sedan.  Numerous drivetrains are offered, including turbocharged gas four-cylinder engines (320i and 330i models); a turbo-diesel four-cylinder (328d); a turbo gas six-cylinder (340i); and a plug-in hybrid (330e). The five-seat 3 Series comes with rear- or all-wheel drive (designated xDrive) and competes with the Audi A4, Cadillac ATS and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.

New for 2017
A new turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 248 horsepower replaces an engine of the same size that made 240 hp. The models that use it are now designated 330i instead of 328i. Wireless smartphone charging and a Wi-Fi hot spot are new options, and the M Sport package is now standard on the 340i.

Significant Standard Features

Significant Available Features
3 Series Gran Turismo
The 3 Series Gran Turismo is a four-door, coupelike hatchback version of BMW's compact luxury car. It's a larger car overall, measuring nearly 8 inches longer and more than 3 inches taller. The result is a roomier cabin, especially for backseat passengers, who get 2.8 inches of extra legroom. The front and rear seats are also positioned higher for easier entry and exit.

For 2017, new more powerful four-cylinder and six-cylinder engines result in new model designations: 330i and 340i. LED headlights are now standard, and wireless smartphone charging and a Wi-Fi hot spot are now available.

What's Special
The BMW 330e compact sedan is a plug-in hybrid that combines a 180-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a 76-hp electric motor. A lithium-ion battery gives the 330e an EPA-estimated electric-only range of up to 14 miles before the gas engine takes over. Unlike many hybrids, the 330e uses an eight-speed automatic transmission instead of a continuously variable automatic.

What's Special
The M3 is a high-performance version of the 3 Series sedan. It's powered by a turbocharged six-cylinder engine that's rated at 425 hp in base form. For 2017, the adaptive M Suspension is now standard.

What's Special
Overview courtesy of Cars.com