Looking for a compact luxury sport sedan that's truly a fantastic all-rounder? The 2017 BMW 3 Series might be a good match. Here's a quick rundown of what we like, what we don't and the bottom line from the Edmunds editors.
MARK TAKAHASKI: I'm Edmunds' editor, Mark Takahashi, and here's a quick expert rundown of the 2017 BMW 3-Series. If there's one thing you need to know about the BMW 3-Series, it's simply good in any trim. Plus, there seems to be one for every taste-- whether you want electric or diesel. As with any BMW, the 3-Series does luxury and performance just right. There's plenty of space and comfort for all-day drives, but it's also really fun to drive on your favorite road. Interior-wise, it's classic, not flashy, and the materials used are simply some of the best. On top of that, the controls are super easy to use and all the buttons seem to be placed exactly where you want them. Among its Mercedes and Audi rivals, there really isn't a bad choice. It's going to come down to personal preference. Bottom line for the BMW 3-Series is that it delivers great performance without sacrificing luxury. You'll also get a well-crafted interior, and there's a 3-Series to match a variety of tastes and budgets.
A full list of available features and filters for the new 2017 BMW 3 Series Sedan inventory include but are not limited to: Trims: 330i xDrive SULEV, 320i xDrive, 328i xDrive, 328i xDrive SULEV, 328i, 335i xDrive, 325i, 328d xDrive, 335i, 328i SULEV, 328xi, 340i xDrive, 320i, 325xi, 330i SULEV, 330xi, 330i, 330e iPerformance, 335xi, 340i, 335d, 323i, 328d, ActiveHybrid 3, 318i.