by Jonathan Elfalan, Senior Road Test Editor on November 3, 2016
Our long-term 2016 BMW 340i seems like it can do no wrong. However, BMW seemingly forgot about the feature that we warm-climate dwellers value as much as the rest of the world values catching rare Pokemon.
by Ed Hellwig, Executive Editor on September 13, 2016
German cars are not known for having frosty air conditioners, yet our 2016 BMW 340i can freeze your fingers off with the best of them. I find myself gradually turning the temperature up as I drive home to stay comfortable in the evening.
by Josh Sadlier, Senior Editor on August 30, 2016
Got your answers right here.
by Jason Kavanagh, Engineering Editor on July 29, 2016
This job is all about picking nits. Drive a car, look for shortcomings, report on said shortcomings. So when I find it hard to say something about our long-term 2016 BMW 340i, that says something.
It's a car that does what it does at a high level of accomplishment. You might call this excellence, and I won't disagree.
by Jason Kavanagh, Engineering Editor on May 11, 2016
Compact SUVs are moving off dealer lots as though their cargo holds are packed with free bacon, but they haven't pushed sedans into irrelevancy just yet.
To the contrary, even as those tall wagons gain popularity, the longtime benchmark among entry-level luxury sedans — the BMW 3 Series — is enjoying a streak of record sales over the past few years.
The 2016 BMW 340i is BMW's attempt to further stoke that success by introducing a range of enhancements that reside mostly under the skin. Chief among them is an all-new, more powerful twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine, but there are also revisions to the suspension and steering said to make it sharper without sacrificing comfort.