2020 BMW 330i Touring review - CarAdvice

Mid-range, mid-sized, yet anything but middle of the road, the 2020 BMW 330i Touring is both polished and practical. The basics are much the same as the 330i sedan that came before it. You get a new platform underpinning the car, a 2. 0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine producing 190kW and 400Nm, eight-speed torque converter automatic and rear-wheel... The difference, most obviously, is at the rear where the long-roof version lauds superior cargo capacity and flexibility over its sedan counterpart. While the sedan boasts 480L of boot space, the wagon can claim 500L to the top of the rear seats. But the ability to load taller, bulkier items comes into its own, and with the rear seats stowed there’s 1510L of cargo volume at your disposal. A 330i sedan asks for $71,990, while the Touring has a list price of $75,990 plus on-road costs with the most recent bout of MY20 price shuffling. Thus, for the 330i M Sport Touring tested here , standard equipment includes three-zone climate control, proximity key with walk-away lock and push-button start, a colour head-up display, wireless phone charger, power-adjustable front sports seats... For the longest time, mid-size European cars always offered decent front seat space, but could feel slightly restrictive in the rear. Source: CarAdvice