It may not be the only wagon in the mid-size prestige segment, but could BMW’s 330i Touring be the best?
Mid-range, mid-sized, yet anything but middle of the road, the 2020 BMW 330i Touring is both polished and practical. As the sole 3 Series wagon for the Australian range, it’s also likely to be a rare and treasured beast.
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 drive.
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