BMW: 3-Series Coupe and Convertible Upgraded for Australian Market
The Bavarian carmaker is finishing up the complete development for the BMW 3-Series Coupe and Convertible which also could be using as the 4-Series designation and the vehicles are going to be getting their debut later this year. So, while waiting for the new development, the Australia division of BMW is introducing the series of upgrades for the current models. Not that there is anything wrong with the current model, but at least it gets fresh improvements for the customers at the Land Down Under.
What the 3-Series Coupe and Convertible sedan has to offer to the Australian market is the fact that both models are offering more standard equipments and a bit of price increased. According to autoevolution.com, the Bavarian automaker granted the sedan with LED light elements with the Adaptive B-Xenon Headlights inserted into the standard feature list. The “cheapest” model will be the 320d with additional price increase of AUD4,200 and you will get mixed 17-inch Star Spoke alloy wheels, Comfort Access System, Adaptive headlights, High Beam Assist, and Navigation System Business.
For the 325i which also part of the BMW 3-Series Coupe and Convertible, the sedan offers features such as 18-inch of light alloy wheels with mixed tires, Adaptive headlights, High Beam Assist, Navigation Package Professional and anti-dazzle exterior mirrors. The 330d model carries 18-inch light alloy wheels with mixed tires, Adaptive headlights, Harman Kardon sound system, anti-dazzle exterior mirrors, and upgrades to the Navigation Package Professional.
On the engine and performance, the 3-Series Coupe and Convertible sedan offers the top of the class in the form of 335i M Sport with price cut around AUD5,150 and AUD5,300. Both are also offer list of luxury standard items which include the Harman Kardon Sound system, and anti-dazzle exterior mirrors.