Fifth in a row generation of BMW 3-Series was introduced in the late autumn of 2004. It has traditionally been a sedan, that’s why it was given the index E90. In the spring of 2005, the sedan joined the wagon E91. A year later joined the range of modifications and E92 coupe built on the basis of its convertible E93. The sales of the charged version of the BMW M3 (in sedan and coupe body styles) started only in 2007. And in January of the following year the convertible received the M3 nameplate.
The car was equipped with a drive to the rear wheels as well as on all four of them. AWD xDrive transmission, borrowed from the X3 and X5 SUV, combined with gasoline and diesel, \"sixes\". Dealer’s versions of BMW 3-Series are equipped with special packages for countries with a cold climate. Initially Standard option package included six airbags, ABS with EBD, stabilization system, electric windows and mirrors, heated front seats, air conditioning, CD-receiver and Runflat tires (spare wheel was, however, not included). The E90 model was sold in Business and Business Plus versions only.
And now the restyled vehicle has too much to offer to its potential buyers, but first things first.
New vehicle has petrol V4 engines with 2.0 liter volume and various capacity range (115, 120 and 150 hp), R6 with 2.5 liter volume and 218 hp and 3.0 liter version with 258 hp. Turbo diesel engines are represented with 2.0 liter 163 hp-powered version and 3.0 liter version with 231 hp. Each engine option you choose can be supplemented with a 6-speed mechanical or automatic transmissions. Starting from 2008 all European versions were modernized to receive a direct inline and increased capacity. The body of BMW of third series does not rust, which may serve you in many years to come.
Since BMW of third series is more of an investment than a vehicle, you won’t regret buying it for your family. And like some good French wine, with the years that pass, this vehicle only becomes better and more reliable.