Thursday, 7 February 2013

BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo


The new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo offers a finely judged combination of driver appeal and practicality, arriving as the third variant in the 3 Series range following the Saloon and Touring models. In effect, it offers the sporty dynamics of the former, with the versatility of the other, in a unique and attractively designed package.


Benefiting from a longer and taller body, and an increased wheelbase, the new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo offers increased interior space and load area volume from within a sporty, coupé-like form. At launch, three petrol engines and two diesel engines are available, with a choice of either six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearboxes.


Thanks to the adoption of the latest aerodynamic thinking, in conjunction with BMW’s EfficientDynamics measures, including for the first time on a BMW an active rear spoiler, the new 3 Series Gran Turismo is superbly efficient without compromising any of its driver appeal. Despite its extended functionality, the new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo typically carries only a £1,300 price premium over the Touring model, starting with the 320i SE at £27,880 OTR.


Model
PowerHp
Torque   Nm
0 – 62mph Seconds
Top Speed Mph
Combined Mpg
CO2 Emissions g/km
OTR Price
£
320i  SE Gran Turismo
184
270
7.9
143 (142)
42.8 (45.6)
153 (145)
£28,830
328i  SE Gran Turismo
245
350
6.1
155*
42.2 (44.1)
156 (149)
£32,030
335i  Modern Gran Turismo
305
400
5.7 (5.4)
155*
34.9 (36.7)
188 (178)
£38,470
318d  SE Gran Turismo
   143
320
9.7 (9.6)
130
62.8 (58.9)
119 (127)
£29,910
320d  SE Gran Turismo
   184
380
8.0 (7.9)
143 (140)
57.6
129
£31,310
*electronically limited

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