2016 BMW 328 Gran Turismo is no longer being sold as new.

2016 BMW 328 Gran Turismo


City 22 MPG Hwy 34 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:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 5
Exterior 5
Interior 5
Comfort 5
Performance 4.5
Reliability 4.8
Great car lots of room

by Erhinos from Mesa, AZ | September 29, 2019

Great car! Had to have it. So much room in the cargo and backseats. Drives like a car and has more room than a SUV.

Takes a licking and keeps on ticking .

by John’s BME | July 20, 2018

My 2016 BMW 328 GT is the best 3 series I’ve had since 2004. The car has more interior space. The hatchback makes it easier to remove and place packages in the rear of the car. Overall the car is fun to drive.

Consider something extraordinary.

by MATTC from Cape Cod, MA | September 17, 2017

Purchased a 2016 BMW 328XI GT CPO with 10K miles + MSport Trim package. Day 1, drove 600+ miles to bring it back home - easiest 10hrs behind the wheel I've driven. Day 2, packed four adults and a large dog into the car and loaded a Thule on top for another 6 hour interstate trip. Impressed how much torque the 4 cylinder engine had in reserve to pass, even with a full load of people and luggage. Averaged 33.8 mpg over 954 miles, cruising at 70 mph. Impressed with the utility of the hatchback design and smooth, controlled ride at all speeds. No need for a bigger car or SUV, this car does everything very well.

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2016 BMW 328 Gran Turismo Overview

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.

What's Special

New for 2016
The sedan and Sport Wagon body styles of the 3 Series gain mild styling updates, suspension and steering revisions, and new features, including available LED headights. There's a new 340i sedan powered by a 320-horsepower six-cylinder engine, and the available navigation system supports over-the-air map updates. An available Track Handling Package for gas-powered models features variable sport steering, an adaptive suspension, sport brakes with high-temperature pads and gray 18-inch light-alloy wheels.

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