BMW 3 Series for Sale Wilkes Barre

The Ultimate Driving Machine for over 40 years, the BMW 3-Series is a new, larger version of its former self. But that doesn't mean it's any less agile than those that came before it, making the BMW 3-Series the driver's car that is known to be. The "3" is the perfect combination of performance, luxury, styling and technology in a sport-oriented package that ranges from a plug-in hybrid, sport sedan, a sport wagon and a convenient hatchback. All have a specific purpose but they are equally adept at completing many different tasks. And the best place to get a great deal on a new, pre-owned or used BMW 3 Series is BMW of Wyoming Valley in Wilkes-Barre.

Whether you choose the Sedan, Wagon or Hatchback, one thing is certain: You have chosen a driver's car. It's what has made the brand famous since the 3-Series introduction nearly 40 years ago. The BMW 3-Series is available with engines that include a 180-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder (320i), a 248-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder (330i, 330i xDrive GT and Sports Wagon), a 180-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged diesel inline four-cylinder (328d, 328d xDrive Sports Wagon), a 300 and 320 horsepower pair of turbocharged inline six-cylinders (340i and 340i xDrive GT) and a 2.0-liter Turbocharged inline four-cylinder + electric motor hybrid (330e plug-in hybrid).

With quite an array of 2.0-liter four-cylinder engines in the lineup, you may wonder which is the one for you? Our favorite is the 248-horsepower model which is fast to 60 mph and a fuel-sipper at the same time.

And that doesn't even include the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder that powers the track-ready BMW M3, discussed elsewhere!

While BMW made its bones with the handling characteristics of the 3-Series Sedan, what happens if you need to carry more than will fit in the trunk, but would still like a vehicle that handles like a sports car? BMW has you covered with the Sports Wagon and Grand Turismo, which is a station wagon (remember them?) and hatchback, respectively. Both offer added utility with the same handling and ride characteristics that attracted you to the 3-Series in the first place.

From the outside.

An athlete from the start, the BMW 3-Series features a typical three-box design starting with the long nose, sweptback greenhouse and short tail. With its wide stance, you know the 3-Series offers handling and performance that other vehicles can only hope for. From the signature kidney openings in the grille, you know right away that you are looking at the latest version of the vehicle that many others aspire to be and that many owners hope to drive.

Inside looking out.

Strictly business inside, the BMW 3-Series interior is an elegant, well-appointed workspace with seats that fit just so, and place you perfectly in position to see all pertinent gauges and controls. Beautifully designed, it also displays an array of the latest technologies including BMW iDrive.

From the press of the button, it is clear you are not just driving a car, but living within a real-life adventure. At BMW of Wyoming Valley, we are ready to help prepare you for your latest adventure today. 


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