The team over BMW almost got it right again with their next generation of the 3 Series. The new 2019 BMW 3 Series is probably the best one to come out of the classic auto manufacturer in some time and one that will surely make BMW traditionalists very happy with the changes as it harkens back to the old days of needing to be driven.
The new 2019 BMW 3 Series comes with a couple of options on the engine side that will range from the four cylinder turbo charged with an output of slightly more than two hundred and fifty horses to the more powerful in line six engine that will propel you to about three hundred and eighty horse power. Each will have its own type of experience, but even at the low end you’ll be happy with the way the car handles and gets you going.
The hallmark of all BMWs is the feeling you get when you drive and the new 2019 BMW 3 Series is no exception and that feeling of the road comes through loud and clear every time you grip the steering wheel know that your hands and the wheels are at one. If you choose to not go into Sport mode, fear not as even in the Comfort mode you’ll still be in total control of the driving experience.
The interior of the new 2019 BMW 3 Series will be a reflection of the minimalist ethos of the usual BMWs in that the cockpit will not overwhelm you with gimmicks and tricks, but rather envelope you. The new 2019 3 Series offers an infotainment system measuring about ten inches, depending on the model you choose, and you’ll be grounded in the heads up display that measures a professional twelve and a half inches so you can see all of your performance data easily. You will also have an ease of shifting from different drive modes that is an exercise in efficiency, but not one of opulence.
The 2019 BMW 3 Series does also come with a dash of tech as the Bavarian behemoth has included its version of a personal assistant in the vehicle that will allow you to ask the car some questions. As for pricing, you can expect the 2019 BMW 3 Series to set you back anywhere from $40k to anywhere up to $55k with a bunch of options and there will also be a electric hybrid on deck for the 2020 model year.