2013 BMW 3 Series ratings and reviews

BMW’s 2013 3 Series is incredibly comfortable and loaded with features on the inside, making it seem similar to what you’d expect from a luxury sedan or SUV. However, its performance from a range of engines makes it one of the most versatile cars on the road. The 3 Series comes in four regular trims plus a hybrid trim level and either a coupe, convertible, or sedan body style. 320i includes standard features like cruise control, HD radio, dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic headlights, a trip computer, and a 6.5-inch display, and is powered by the base 180-hp engine. The 328i sedan gets a rearview camera and driver memory functions, while the coupe adds sport-tuned suspension and the convertible boasts 10-way power front seats. A sunroof, automatic high beams, and LED daytime running lights come with the 335i lineup, while 335is gets sport front seats, a retuned suspension, and unique styling elements for the exterior.

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BMW’s 2013 3 Series is incredibly comfortable and loaded with features on the inside, making it seem similar to what you’d expect from a luxury sedan or SUV. However, its performance from a range of engines makes it one of the most versatile cars on the road. The 3 Series comes in four regular trims plus a hybrid trim level and either a coupe, convertible, or sedan body style. 320i includes standard features like cruise control, HD radio, dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic headlights, a trip computer, and a 6.5-inch display, and is powered by the base 180-hp engine. The 328i sedan gets a rearview camera and driver memory functions, while the coupe adds sport-tuned suspension and the convertible boasts 10-way power front seats. A sunroof, automatic high beams, and LED daytime running lights come with the 335i lineup, while 335is gets sport front seats, a retuned suspension, and unique styling elements for the exterior.
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