Is BMW 320d GT a good car?

The BMW 3 series GT Is an excellent all rounder, drives like an executive saloon , has the room of an estate and the versatility of an hatchback coupled with its sporty drive, a great all rounder. 3 litre is brilliant and nearly the same mpg as the 2 litre.

Is BMW 320d GT a good car?

The BMW 3 series GT Is an excellent all rounder, drives like an executive saloon , has the room of an estate and the versatility of an hatchback coupled with its sporty drive, a great all rounder. 3 litre is brilliant and nearly the same mpg as the 2 litre.

Is the BMW 3 Series diesel reliable?

In our latest reliability survey, the 3 Series ranked fifth out of 18 cars in the executive car class. BMW as a brand placed 13th out of 30 manufacturers featured, which is respectable.

When did BMW stop making the 3 Series GT?

According to a report by Autocar, the cross between the 3 Series saloon and Touring trims is now out of BMW’s price list for 2020. This means that the GT model has ceased production, with the remaining dealer stocks available for sale.

What does Gran Turismo mean BMW?

The BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo is a larger, more practical version of the 3 Series saloon that comes with more passenger space in the back and a bigger boot. It’s an alternative to the likes of the Audi A5 Sportback and the smaller Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake.

Should I buy a BMW 330i or 330d or 320d?

If you can afford it, the 330d would be what I’d recommend (when it’s between the 320d, 330i and 330d). Else, the 330i is a very fast and fun car if you can live with petrol costs. The 320d will also be fun but not as fast, though it probably is faster than a lot of the other cars you see on the roads in Europe/Asia.

Is the 320d worth it?

The 320d is an incredible thing of magic… in Germany it allowed me to play with several big machines at +200km/h with incredible authority, really! It was so frugal that I was almost everytime flabbergasted reading my overall average of 5,3l/100km.

Is the 330d better than the F30?

Seen the lower weight on the front axle, it has a superior vehicle dynamics than the 330d and that’s something I could feel in the F30 generation at least. On +98% of the public road trips, it feels like abundantly powered.

Is the 320d worth the extra cost on TCO?

While it felt more luscious, it was about 60% more on TCO and that was a bit too steep. You could compare the 320d with a 60% less expensive TCO car, that would put you in a Golf 1.6 Tdi for instance.