The BMW 320i: The Definition of Luxury at Entry Level Price

For a long time, BMWs had the title of "The Ultimate Driving Machine" and held on to that very well. BMWs are, by all accounts, luxurious, viable and trustworthy. Is this the case with all of their models?
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What we're asking is, if you buy the entry level model of any series, will you receive what they are advertising? Today, we're looking at the 320i which has a wide array of features as standard for the base price of $33,445.

The standard options available on the 320i are: ABS, dynamic brake control, automatic stability control, traction and dynamic stability control, cornering brake control, a retractable front armrest, a range of trims (which includes natural poplar, burr walnut and brushed aluminum), front and side airbags, the centre rear seat has a headrest and an anti-dazzle rear view mirror.

Other standard features that come with the entry level model include an automatic climate control, helping you to keep cool in the summer, and an in-dash CD and radio.

The 2.0-liter engine produces 180 HP and 270 Nm of torque and has a fuel efficiency of 5.9 l/100km combined. Together with all those standard options, the 320i will be a tough car to beat at this price point.
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