BMW 3 Series Saloon Review
The BMW 3 series has been on our roads for a long time, but as it’s still in production, the newer models have been improved considerably. In the past, this was marketed strictly as a businessman’s car, but thanks to lots of alterations and a significant amount of time spent on bringing the design up to date, it now serves perfectly as a family car too. At the end of the day, whether or not you agree is down to your own personal opinion, but please at least take the time to read through the rest of this review before making your mind up.
According to Jardine Motors the 3 series is selling just as well today as it ever did in the past, and so this should serve to highlight how great it really is as a road vehicle. With that in mind, give me your attention for the next four or five minutes, and I’ll do my best to offer up a fair, accurate and impartial review.
While some of the older editions did have a habit of spending more time with the mechanics than on the road, this has changed completely with the newer ones available today. After reading through lots of different reviews online from bloggers, car owners and journalists, it became apparent that most of them experience no trouble whatsoever. In fact, more often than not, it seems the only time parts need replacing is during annual services, which is pretty good when you think about it.
Nobody can argue with the fact that the 3 series is one of the smoothest and most comfortable models in the entire BMW fleet. In fact, it always has been. If you want to travel down the motorway at any speed and still feel like you’re at a standstill, this is definitely the model for you. Also, for passengers and those sitting in the back, the same is true. I can honestly say I’ve never felt so relaxed and tranquil whilst traveling at 90 mph in my life.
This is a big car with a long bonnet, and so if you ever do have a smash, the chances are you’ll come out better off than the other party. Also, there are driver, passenger and side airbags to ensure you’re always protected if an accident does occur. It might also be worth mentioning that there are been very few deaths on the roads involving the 3 series, so this should highlight just how safe it is.
Value For Money
While they’re certainly not the cheapest cars in the world, the 3 series is very good value for money, and tends to hold this value reasonably well, regardless of how long you hang onto the vehicle. Some people might see this as a bad thing, as it means the second hand ones available on the private market never become cheap. Still, if you want quality, it’s always worth spending a bit more.
Well guys, you should now have a pretty accurate idea about why the 3 series is such a good car. I wish you the best of luck in the future, and hope you manage to get one sometime this summer. I promise you won’t regret it.