Several changes mark this model year for the BMW wagons of which there are a few from this automaker. The 328d gets standard LED headlights. A plug-in hybrid drivetrain and a diesel engine option are available. Optional add-ons are a Shadow Sport Edition Package and BMW’s iDrive 6.0 multimedia system. The wagon body style comes with the xDrive trim level. It has a 180-hp, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, delivering a combined MPG of 36. The 330 gets the same out-of-the-box features along with optional WiFi hotspot and wireless phone charging. It also receives the same optional package which adds smoked tail lights and 18-inch black wheels to the mix. The 530 is fresh off of a redesign last year. Available amenities are Apple CarPlay, all-wheel drive, remote-control parking, and active suspension. This time, it also adds an M Performance and plug-in hybrid to its lineup.