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BMW 3 Series GT (2013 on)

5

335d Gran Tourismo

reviewed by Anonymous on 19 June 2021
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
5
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
3
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Very capable with huge performance comfort and practicality slightly let down by road noise

Hatchback very usable & will take large loads. Handling very good with plenty of power and minimal understeer. Never seen (or felt) the 4 wheel kick in even on ice. Passengers enjoy the increased head & leg room over saloons (previous cars were Jaguar XF & Mercedes CLS) Runflats very noisy & sidewall stiffness gives a sharper ride than I like. A sharp edged pothole ruined a tyre & forced purchase of a secondhand winter tyre to get me 120 miles home one weekend. Nobody near Derby was open and stocked the correct size. 38mpg according to the computer over 2 & half years. Tempts you to drive like a hooligan occasionally. Totally reliable so far....

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Price£32,270–£45,695
Road TaxC–J
MPG34.9–64.2 mpg
Real MPG81.6%

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