2020 BMW 3-Series Sports Wagon revealed


the Sports Wagon is bigger than its predecessor. The length is up 3 inches to 185 inches, with the wheelbase up 1.6 inches to 112 inches.

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There’s a redesigned BMW 3-Series in showrooms, and the small sport sedan has just spawned a wagon variant, which BMW in the United States refers to as a Sports Wagon. In other markets the 3-Series Sports Wagon is called a Touring.

As was the case with the new 3-Series sedan, the Sports Wagon is bigger than its predecessor. The length is up 3 inches to 185 inches, with the wheelbase up 1.6 inches to 112 inches. The width is also up 0.6 inches to 72 inches, resulting in a wider track that lends the car a powerful stance and adds to its handling capabilities.

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[UPDATE] New M Sport Plus Edition exclusively for the UK market and plug-in hybrid to join the model line-up in summer 2020. Available to order from 14 June, customer deliveries start from 28 September.’Pricing to be confirmed. See UK market press release added below for more details.’

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Now in its sixth generation, the new 3 Series Touring continues to combine sportiness and versatility in a way only a BMW wagon can.

A plug-in hybrid option will also be available, marking the first time the 3 Series Touring has been offered with an electrified drivetrain. The hybrid 3 Series Touring will arrive in the summer of 2020.


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Five-door BMW 3 Series Touring revealed and confirmed for Australia

THE second shoe has dropped in the BMW 3 Series roll-out with the emergence of the new-generation Touring wagon, eight months after the seventh-generation sedan was unveiled at the 2018 Paris motor show.

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For the first time, the bigger and sportier Touring will get a plug-in hybrid 330e variant from 2020, in some markets at least.

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BMW has confirmed that the Touring will be shipped to Australia from the company’s Munich plant where production is scheduled to start in late September ahead of a local showroom debut in October.

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The public will get its first look at the new Touring in the flesh at BMW Group’s #NextGen event in Germany later this month when it will line up alongside a raft of new models including the all-new 8 Series coupe and convertible.

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