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The only negative thing is the lack of some features

Verdict – The BMW 320d itself is a very good car and an excellence choice for enthusiasts but a lot of people have been asking for a powerful petrol car in this price bracket and the 330i M-Sport makes a good case for itself. With the M kit, it looks very aggressive and the overall driver-focused layout of the car is a definite plus too. However, it does miss out on a lot of equipment that you can find on cheaper cars too, such as request sensors on the front doors and cruise control. There is nothing to complain about on the performance front and if you fancy a petrol sedan and you’ll be self-driving it, it is hard to not recommend this car.

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The E90 330i used to get a 3.0-litre, inline-6 engine

What’s Cool

* Timeless styling is accentuated with the M-Sport kit
* Engine is tuned for awesome performance, doesn’t disappoint
* Feels very agile and chuckable to drive

What’s Not So Cool

* Oldest car in its segment now
* Lack of some features is shocking

Alternatives: Mercedes C-Class, Jaguar XF, Audi A4

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The 330i badge has been very special to BMW fans

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Further Reading

2017 BMW 330i GT Review
2016 BMW 3-Series Review
BMW 3-Series First Drive Review
BMW 3-Series Diesel Review
BMW 3-Series Petrol Review
BMW 3-Series GT Review
BMW 3-Series vs Mercedes C-Class vs Audi A4