Used BMW 3 Series (2012-2019)

The BMW 3 Series is fun to drive, stylish and affordable to run

Strengths & Weaknesses

Strengths 

Great to drive
Wide range of engine and trims to choose from
Easy-to-use dashboard software

Weaknesses 

Optional extras are expensive
Firm suspension on M Sport models
Limited space in the rear for middle passengers
Best New Discount

BMW 3 Series Saloon m340i xdrive 4dr step auto

Total RRP £48,555

Your quote £41,497

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BMW 3 Series prices from £10,490   Finance from £139 per month

By combining performance and agility with a restrained design and plush interior, BMW has made its 3 Series one of the most popular cars in Britain.

It’s supposed to be the car for any occasion: practical enough for family journeys; sporty enough that you’d go out to drive just for fun; and with an image that won’t disgrace any business meeting.

And if this is what you’re looking for in a car, then the 3 Series is a better all-round choice than any other model on the market.

The Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4 might be a little smoother over bumps, quieter on the motorway and have an interior that just beats the BMW in terms of style, but they can’t match the car’s nimble yet stable cornering.

Jaguar’s XE comes close to the sporty feel of the BMW, but is let down by cramped rear seats and a cheaper-looking interior.

The price of this excellence starts at almost £27,000 for a brand new 3 Series, dropping to around £10,490 for three year old models. If you can compromise on the premium badge and the sporting performance, then the Volkswagen Passat, Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport, Skoda Superb and Mazda 6 have similar space and comfort but are several thousands of pounds cheaper.

They don’t have the feel-good interior of the BMW, though, with high-quality materials look and feel fresh after thousands of miles, including a screen with sat-nav that’s standard across the range. It’s one of the best systems on the market and is controlled by a rotary controller conveniently placed near the gearstick.

There’s plenty of room in the front for the driver to get comfortable, although the levers for the seat adjustment can be awkward to operate. Once set, though, the 3 Series has a great driving position with all the controls to hand.

In the rear of the car there’s enough room for a pair of average-sized adults, although taller passengers will find their heads brushing the roof lining. The hump running down the middle of the car is quite high and makes life uncomfortable for the centre rear passenger. Tall rear passengers would be more comfortable in an Audi A4.

The A4 also has a slightly larger boot, that's a squarer shape but at only 20 litres more than the 480-litre boot of the BMW, it's unlikely to sway many buyers.

As with all of its rivals, the BMW is a saloon, which means that the boot opening is small. More practical is the estate version, called the 3 Series Touring and the 3 Series GT, which is a hatchback version of the BMW. Its bootlid that opens up the back of the car, so you can load bulkier luggage and create a large area by folding down the rear seats.

Alternatively, BMW offers the X3 crossover - combining the sportiness of the 3 Series with the extra height of an off-roader - and there are the similarly-sized Audi Q5, Mercedes GLC and Range Rover Velar.

From behind the wheel, the BMW 3 Series is enjoyable to drive at any speed. Its steering feels responsive and it changes direction more crisply than rivals, while remaining smooth and comfortable - even if it’s not quite at Audi levels.

M Sport models have slightly firmer suspension for a sportier feel. They’re a little less comfortable than SE and Sport models but not unbearably so.

You can also opt for a four-wheel drive 3 Series (BMW calls it xDrive) for around £1,500 more. It won't turn your 3 Series into an off-roader but will provide extra grip when accelerating on wet and icy roads.

There’s a huge choice of engines, all offering reasonable fuel economy and good acceleration. The high-performance M3 is considerably better than “good” but you’ll need deep pockets to buy and run it.

The BMW 3 Series was awarded the top five star safety rating after crash tests carried out by Euro NCAP in 2012, but the assessment has since been made tougher, so it’s not clear how it compares with newer cars, such as the Audi A4 and Mercedes C-Class.


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Key facts 

Warranty: 
Three years / unlimited miles
Boot size: 
480 litres
Width: 
1811mm
Length: 
4633mm
Height: 
1441mm
Tax (min to max): 
£10 to £800 in first year, £140 or £310 thereafter

Best BMW 3 Series for... 

BMW 330e SE
The BMW 330e is a plug-in hybrid model, which uses a petrol engine, combined with an electric motor for efficient driving Official CO2 emissions are just 44g/km, cutting company car tax and the first year of road tax.
BMW 320d SE
The 320d is the most popular engine in the range. The diesel engine offers plenty of performance but the potential to return 67.3mpg. SE trim is the entry-level model but still has sat-nav, parking sensors, cruise control and air-conditioning.
BMW 335d M Sport xDrive
The 335d is high-power 3-litre diesel engine and has four-wheel drive system to improve grip when accelerating. As a result, it can accelerate from 0-62mph in just 4.8 seconds, just half a second slower than the high-performance M3 version.
BMW 340i M Sport
It's not a bad car but is expensive. First-year road tax is as much as £800 and being over £40,000, it attracts an additional £310 annual road tax premium for five years. Fuel economy is poor, compared with the quicker 335d.

BMW 3 Series History 

  • February 2012 BMW 3 Series goes on sale in the UK 
  • June 2012 M Sport trim, xDrive four-wheel drive and ActiveHybrid models added to the range
  • September 2012 320i EfficientDynamics model added to the range. This is an economy-focused 1.6-litre petrol model, that is no longer on sale in the current range
  • January 2013 xDrive four-wheel drive available in more models across the range
  • July 2013 EfficientDynamics Business trim added to the range to appeal to company car drivers
  • May 2015 Tweaks to the whole 3 Series range announced, including altered styling front and rear, plus new trim inside. Engine range revised to include the 1.5-litre engine from the Mini Cooper (BMW 318i), the 340i, 320d ED and 335d.
  • February 2016 Petrol-electric hybrid 330e is launched with an official fuel economy figure of 148.7mpg and CO2 emissions of 44g/km
  • May 2016 All versions now have BMW’s latest iDrive infotainment interface and enhanced connectivity.
  • July 2018 BMW's eight-speed automatic gearbox becomes a standard feature of the 3 Series.

Understanding BMW 3 Series car names 

  • 3 Series
  • Model name & engine
    320d
  • Trim level
    M Sport
  • Model name & engine
    Model names ending in ‘d’ are diesel powered. Those ending in ‘i’ have petrol engines, and those with an ‘e’ are plug-in hybrid models powered by a battery and conventional engine. Generally speaking, the higher the badge number, the more powerful is the car’s engine. For example, even though their engines are the same size (2.0 litre) the 335d is more powerful than the 320d.
  • Trim level
    You can work out how much standard equipment is included on the car from its trim level. The cheapest is SE followed by Sport and M Sport. The 320d is also available in economy-focused ED Plus and ED Sport trims

BMW 3 Series Engines 

Petrol: 318i, 320i, 330i, 340i
Diesel: 316d, 318d, 320d, 320d ED, 330d, 335d; Hybrid: 330e

The BMW 3 Series engine range can be confusing to start with because the engine size and power may bear no relation to the model's badge.

For example, the 318i is powered by a 1.5-litre engine with 134bhp and is one of the slower models in the 3 Series range, but is worth considering if you don’t cover many miles each year.

Elsewhere on the petrol front there are two, 2.0-litre petrols badged 320i and 330i, while the 340i has a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged engine.

For their economy and performance, the diesels are the engines to choose. The 316d is the cheapest and slowest; the more powerful 320d is just as economical but quicker.

If you want more power, the 330d and 335d engines are extremely quick. In fact, so quick is the 335d that it comes with BMW’s xDrive four-wheel drive system fitted as standard.

The petrol-electric hybrid 330e was introduced to the range in early 2016. It combines a 2.0-litre petrol engine with an electric motor to produce 248bhp. You can charge up the batteries and drive on electric power alone for around ten miles. Its official 148.7mpg figure is impressive, but its real-world economy will depend on how you drive it - short journeys using mostly electric power will be far more economical than long-distance ones which mostly use petrol power. The car's CO2 emissions figure of 44g/km puts it in a low bracket for company car tax.

BMW 3 Series Trims 

SE, Sport, ED Plus (diesel), ED Sport (diesel), M Sport

All BMW 3 Series models come with a generous level of equipment. SE models have 17in alloys, a sat-nav, air-con, Bluetooth, a DAB digital radio, USB connectivity and automatic headlights and wipers.

ED (it stands for Efficient Dynamics) Plus is the ‘greener’ alternative to the 320d SE. It has smaller 16in alloys fitted with low-rolling resistance tyres, and an active grille. However, it also has leather seats, heated in the front, so feels quite luxurious.

Naturally, Sport, the next trim in the range, adds sporty details such as fancier 17in alloys, figure-hugging seats and sporty instruments. However, it also has Drive Performance Control, a suite of four driving modes ranging from economy to sport-plus.

ED Sport (diesel models only) have leather trim and heated front seats. M Sport takes its inspiration from BMW’s M Series cars and builds on Sport trim with larger, 18in alloys, leather trim, a bodykit and sporty suspension. 

The M3, not covered here, is a more radical version of the 3 Series M Sport. It has the most powerful engine, an aggressive bodykit with bespoke bumpers, wheels and door mirrors, and quad-exhausts at the rear.

BMW 3 Series Reliability and warranty 

The BMW 3 Series placed 39 out of 75 at the Auto Express Driver Power 2018 reliability rankings. Sister models, the 1 and 4 Series faired well too. Throughout the years of these rankings, BMW has done well, and built a reputation for building reliable cars.

BMW’s new car warranty is three years, which may seem stingy when compared to others. However, it is unlimited mileage. So it suits business users who regularly change cars.

Used BMW 3 Series 

BMW’s strong image helps the 3 Series hold its value. This means that typically after one, or two, or however many years, it will hold more of its value than rivals from Vauxhall or Skoda. For instance, a 3 Series might typically lose around 35% of its value (depending on spec) after three years. However, a Vauxhall Insignia (once again depending on spec) is likely to lose up to 47% of its value after three years.

When buying a used 3 Series with cash, this isn’t necessarily a good thing. However, it is good if you want to buy with finance, as strong values help keep PCP payments down.

Keep an eye out for cars with plenty of options fitted to them, as most options lose value faster to the vehicle they’re fitted to. 

Because the 3-Series is one of the best-selling cars in the UK, there are plenty available on the used market. A great deal of 3 Series' were bought as company cars with diesel engines, which explains why you might find that the majority of used cars are diesel powered.

There are currently 366 diesel BMW 3 Series' for sale on BuyaCar. The cheapest start from £10,490.
 
If you're on a budget, we recommend Efficient Dynamics models, sometimes referred to as just ED. They're the ‘greener’ alternative to the 320d SE and come with a 1.6-litre petrol engine that should be capable of around 60mpg in real-life driving conditions. Road tax for the majority of 3 Series Efficient Dynamic models will only set you back £20 a year too.  of these models are for sale.

      
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Best for performance BMW 335d M Sport

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Best for families BMW 320d SE

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BMW 3 Series Prices

BMW 3 Series M Sport

318d m sport 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £30,698

You could save up to: £4777

318d m sport 4dr [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £32,634

You could save up to: £5041

318d m sport 4dr [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £32,370

You could save up to: £5005

318d m sport 4dr [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £34,306

You could save up to: £5269

318d m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,062

You could save up to: £4963

318d m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,998

You could save up to: £5227

318d m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,734

You could save up to: £5191

318d m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,670

You could save up to: £5455

320d m sport 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 62.8mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £30,969

You could save up to: £5666

320d m sport 4dr [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 62.8mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £32,905

You could save up to: £5930

320d m sport 4dr [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 62.8mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £32,641

You could save up to: £5894

320d m sport 4dr [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 62.8mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £34,577

You could save up to: £6158

320d m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,456

You could save up to: £5869

320d m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,392

You could save up to: £6133

320d m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,128

You could save up to: £6097

320d m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £36,064

You could save up to: £6361

320d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,776

You could save up to: £6049

320d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,712

You could save up to: £6313

320d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,448

You could save up to: £6277

320d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £37,384

You could save up to: £6541

320i m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 50.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £30,684

You could save up to: £4781

320i m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 50.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,620

You could save up to: £5045

320i m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 50.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,356

You could save up to: £5009

320i m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 50.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,292

You could save up to: £5273

320i xdrive m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,088

You could save up to: £4967

320i xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,024

You could save up to: £5231

320i xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,760

You could save up to: £5195

320i xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,696

You could save up to: £5459

330d m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,345

You could save up to: £6220

330d m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £37,281

You could save up to: £6484

330d m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £37,017

You could save up to: £6448

330d m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £38,953

You could save up to: £6712

330d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £36,665

You could save up to: £6400

330d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £38,601

You could save up to: £6664

330d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £38,337

You could save up to: £6628

330d xdrive m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £40,273

You could save up to: £6892

330e m sport 4dr auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy 176.6mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,887

You could save up to: £6093

330e m sport 4dr auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy 176.6mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,823

You could save up to: £6357

330e m sport 4dr auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy 176.6mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,559

You could save up to: £6321

330e m sport 4dr auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy 176.6mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £37,495

You could save up to: £6585

330i m sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,301

You could save up to: £5984

330i m sport 4dr step auto [plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,237

You could save up to: £6248

330i m sport 4dr step auto [tech pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,973

You could save up to: £6212

330i m sport 4dr step auto [tech/plus pack]

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £36,909

You could save up to: £6476

BMW 3 Series M Sport Plus Edition

320d m sport plus edition 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £35,679

You could save up to: £5456

320d m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £37,166

You could save up to: £5659

320d xdrive m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £38,486

You could save up to: £5839

320i m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,644

You could save up to: £5321

320i xdrive m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £36,048

You could save up to: £5507

330d m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £39,041

You could save up to: £6724

330d xdrive m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £40,361

You could save up to: £6904

330e m sport plus edition 4dr auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £37,583

You could save up to: £6597

330i m sport plus edition 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £36,997

You could save up to: £6488

BMW 3 Series M340i

m340i xdrive 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £41,497

You could save up to: £7058

BMW 3 Series SE

318d se 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £28,146

You could save up to: £4429

318d se 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 67.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £29,470

You could save up to: £4615

320d se 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £28,417

You could save up to: £5318

320d se 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 67.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £29,864

You could save up to: £5521

320d xdrive se 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 62.8mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £31,224

You could save up to: £5701

320i se 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 51.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £28,132

You could save up to: £4433

320i xdrive se 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £29,536

You could save up to: £4619

BMW 3 Series SE Pro

330e se pro 4dr auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy 176.6mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,035

You could save up to: £5840

BMW 3 Series Sport

318d sport 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 64.2mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £29,378

You could save up to: £4597

318d sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £30,742

You could save up to: £4783

320d sport 4dr

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 62.8mpg
  • Gears manual

Starting at: £29,649

You could save up to: £5486

320d sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 65.7mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £31,136

You could save up to: £5689

320d xdrive sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 61.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £32,456

You could save up to: £5869

320i sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 50.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £29,364

You could save up to: £4601

320i xdrive sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.1mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £30,768

You could save up to: £4787

330d sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 55.4mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £34,025

You could save up to: £6040

330d xdrive sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel diesel
  • Economy 54.3mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £35,345

You could save up to: £6220

330i sport 4dr step auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol
  • Economy 47.9mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £31,981

You could save up to: £5804

BMW 3 Series Sport Pro

330e sport pro 4dr auto

  • Doors 4
  • Fuel petrol/plugin elec hybrid
  • Economy 176.6mpg
  • Gears automatic

Starting at: £33,267

You could save up to: £6008

Other Editions