2014 BMW 328i xDrive Gran Turismo: One Year With the 328i GT
May 6, 2015
It's the end of the road for us with the 2014 BMW 328i xDrive Gran Turismo. It was an odd-lookin' thing and, loaded with options up to a cool $55,500, wasn't exactly entry-level luxury. But we liked it well enough. It offered loads of rear legroom and more cargo space than the sedan, and in some respects made more sense than a 3 Series wagon.
But we also observed some minor build quality issues and never quite achieved the EPA combined fuel economy estimates. We also had a check-engine hiccup that came and went, and which the dealer chalked up to a freak fault, but the code that was diagnosed is apparently a real problem for some owners. The sloping roof also compromised headroom for our taller drivers.
Read our complete wrap-up here.
Dan Frio, Automotive Editor