BMW has just introduced an all-new 3 Series sports sedan. The 2019 BMW 3 Series represents the seventh generation version of the car that’s arguably carried the torch for the brand’s "Ultimate Driving Machine" image for more than four decades. The new sedan’s trademark twin-kidney grille is back, larger than ever, curving over the BMW’s nose and flanked by standard LED headlamps.
The 2019 3 Series sedan stretches 3 inches longer, with approximately half of that contributing to a longer wheelbase that’s more welcoming for back-seat occupants. Larger doors aid ingress and egress to the rear seat as well. The first new 3 Series model to go on sale in the U.S. is the 2019 BMW 330i. It’s available with rear-wheel drive ($40,250 including a $995 destination charge) or all-wheel drive in the form of the 330i xDrive ($42,250 including destination).