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2013 BMW 3 Series Sport Wagon Revealed - Web Exclusive

Not here yet, but it will be!

Alex Bernstein
Jul 6, 2012
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It makes us happy when companies don’t forget the wagon. Small platform wagons are probably the most fun. They have tons of space, look great, and perform on the same level as their sedan and coupe brothers. In this case, BMW has unveiled the new 3 Series Sport Wagon, and it looks perfect.

Set for European showrooms later this year as the 328i, 330d and 320d Touring, the powertrain details for the U.S. market haven’t been announced yet, but our fingers are crossed for a 335i and x.

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The sleek long-roof model has 10% more storage and just like the coupe and sedan, it’ll be available with different trim options, including an M Sport Line, which we look forward to seeing.

Inside you can expect the same interior treatments for each appropriate package, a 40:20:40 split folding rear seat, loads of space and all the tech currently available from Blind Spot Detection to BMW Apps.

Hold on a bit and it’ll be here before you know it, till then, we’ll keep you updated with the latest news from our favorite Bavarian brand.

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