BMW 3 Series

BMW 3 Series



The BMW 3 Series is a compact sports car with great performance across four different trim levels: 330i, M340i, M3, and 330e.

Check out the reviews and links below to learn more about the great options within this model series. If you’re in Meridian, Philadelphia, or Laurel, Mississippi, contact us at BMW of Meridian to learn more about viewing this vehicle in person!


BMW 3 Series Models

BMW 3 Series Reviews


BMW 3 Series Engine Specs

BMW 3 Series: Performance

The BMW 3 Series 330i and 330i xDrive come standard with a 2.0L BMW TwinPower Turbo 4-cylinder engine that boasts up to 255 horsepower. The 8-speed sport automatic transmission allows you to switch between Sport and Manual shift modes, depending on your preference.

Offering the same 8-speed transmission as above, the next trim in the series allows for a glimpse at what a hybrid is capable of. The M340i and M340i xDrive come with a 3.0L 6-cylinder engine that produces 382 horsepower, thanks to the eBoost 48V mild hybrid technology.

The M3 offers the most power of any BMW X3 model. Utilizing the same 3.0L BMW M TwinPower Turbo engine, the M3 sees an astonishing output of up to 503 horsepower.

The BMW 3 Series also offers two electric trims: the 330e and 330e xDrive. These combine the 2.0L turbo engine from the 330i with that of an electric motor, giving you 288 horsepower and the continued use of an 8-speed automatic transmission.


BMW 3 Series Interior

BMW 3 Series: Interior

The interior of any BMW 3 Series is bound to delight any driver. With its automatic multi-zone Climate Control and leather-wrapped sport steering wheel, you and your passengers will be able to enjoy a comfortable journey.

The 330i lets you customize your seating position with the power front seats. As an added bonus, the M340i even offers a 4-way power lumbar support.

In addition, all four trims are compatible with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ for seamless smartphone integration.


BMW 3 Series Blue

BMW 3 Series: Trim Levels

The four trim levels of the BMW 3 Series are also available with an all-wheel drive system, indicated by the xDrive after the trim name, as in 330i xDrive.

Although the engine and horsepower are the same between the rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions, the fuel economy will differ slightly, which we’ve highlighted below for both the 330i and M340i.

For the 330i, you’ll get an EPA-estimated 26 city/36 highway MPG.Its all-wheel drive counterpart, the 330i xDrive, can deliver an EPA-estimated 25 city/34 highway MPG.1

On the M340i, the 3 Series manages an EPA-estimated 23 city/32 highway MPG.1


Learn More About the BMW 3 Series!

The trim levels within the BMW 3 Series have plenty to offer for drivers in Meridian, Philadelphia, or Laurel, MS, in terms of both performance and fun.

If you’re in one of those areas and want to see these cars for yourself, contact us at BMW of Meridian today or check out the links on this page to read more!

1 Preliminary EPA-estimated figures are for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on speed, driving habits, trip length and driving conditions; actual mileage may be lower. Note for MPGe: All data are provisional and subject to official confirmation. The provisional power consumption figures have been calculated based on the ECE test cycle.


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