23 December 2004

Prices have been finalised on BMW's new 3-series saloon. The car will be launched next March with three engines, ranging from the £21,090 320i to the £28,455 330i SE. The UK's most popular Three, the 320d, will also be available from £22,890, and a second six-cylinder option will be added shortly after launch in the form of the £25,155 325i SE.

The full list of prices released yesterday by BMW also includes those for the 320i ES (£21,560), the 320i SE (£22,590), the 320d ES (£23,360) and the 320d SE (£24,390). Standard specification across all models will include an on-board computer, a front centre arm rest, rear electric windows and a CD player. Opt for ES trim and you'll also get 16in alloy wheels, fog lamps and body coloured door handles; tick the box for an SE model and automatic air conditioning, a multi-function steering wheel, rear parking sensors and a cruise control are also added into the mix.

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