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The BMW 3 Series has long established the benchmark for combining sporty driving characteristics with a premium touch. The latest iteration has even shown that the pro-athlete of a sedan can also clean up and please management, with more space and driving modes that allow the car to be driven more sensibly and more comfortably. |
Critics may say it’s been watered down. Thankfully, the two-door has seen no such dilution, solidifying BMW as the go-to brand when looking for a fun-to-drive, engaging and immersive experience.
When it comes to dominating the segment, the 4 Series coupe compliments the 3 Series sedan so well that the two could be considered the next big dynamic duo, mentioned alongside Kobe and Shaq or Jordan and Pippen. Heck, even Batman and Robin.
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