The new 3 Series Sports Wagon is slightly larger than its
predecessor, most notably its wider track (front + 37 mm/1.46 in.,
rear + 48 mm/1.85 in.). The car's length (+ 97 mm/3.66 in.) and
wheelbase (+ 50 mm/1.96 in.) also accentuate its sporting character.
Inside, the new BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon, rear passengers will
appreciate the noticeable increase in space made possible by the
larger dimensions. These larger dimensions also pay dividends in
utility with nearly ten percent more cargo volume both with the rear
seats up and when folded.
The new 3 Series Sports Wagon will be the next model to offer BMW Lines as a way to tailor the car to individual tastes, just as with the Sedan, by choosing from a quartet of trim and equipment variants - the Sport Line, Luxury Line, Modern Line and M Sport Line Each presents its own individual take on the character of the Sports wagon, with exclusive, high-quality trim and material combinations. For the enthusiast who wants to go beyond even the Sport Line, the M Sport Line will also be offered from launch because it is, after all, a BMW 3 Series at its heart.