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Stretched BMW 330Li M Sport now in Malaysia

The new long wheelbase BMW 330Li M Sport arrives Malaysia. Lengthened by 110mm and heightened by 6mm, this is BMW Malaysia’s first ever locally assembled stretched 3 series.

6.2 sec / 258hp / 400nm / 2L 4cyl turbo B48 / 8 speed automatic / RM300,800.00

BMW 330Li M Sport dimensions:
Length: 4,819mm (+110)
Wheelbase: 2,961mm (+110mm)
Height: 1,441mm (+6mm)

Apart from the 42mm extra rear legroom and 4mm headroom, being an M Sport model, it features M Aerodynamics and M Sport aesthetic addons, 18″ double spoke M light wheels. On the interior, there’s the M leather steering wheel, M specific pedals. 2 colours will be available: Mineral White and Carbon Black.

Customers can register interest at https://shop.bmw.com.my/

Harald Hoelzl, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia said, “The BMW 3 Series has been a consistent chart-topper for the BMW portfolio in Malaysia – with over 2,500 units delivered to satisfied customers across Malaysia in 2020 alone. The success of the BMW 3 Series lies in its ingenious architecture that offers unparalleled versatility, while preserving the sporty DNA that underlines BMW’s Sheer Driving Pleasure.”

“The First-Ever BMW 330Li M Sport emerges as a marvel in new dimensions for the BMW 3 Series, combining the capaciousness of a longer wheelbase with the ever-present sportiness of a BMW compact executive sedan, sacrificing neither in the process. Truly, the First-Ever BMW 330Li M Sport opens up an avenue for customers to experience Sportiness in New Dimensions.” Hoelzl added

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At that price point just top up 10% and get the 5 series. This is bad value for money relative to the short 3 series and the 5er.
 

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At that price point just top up 10% and get the 5 series. This is bad value for money relative to the short 3 series and the 5er.
You say that but I'd buy this over the 5 anyday. The 3 looks better to me at every angle.

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You say that but I'd buy this over the 5 anyday. The 3 looks better to me at every angle.

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but the normal 3 is cheaper and looks the same. This is just longer. Why buy this? The “short” 3 isn’t that short you know...
 

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You say that but I'd buy this over the 5 anyday. The 3 looks better to me at every angle.

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Define modern ? E90 LCI is pretty modern to me still with i-Drive and all those electronic shits that will fxxk me in the ass when they fail :rofl:
 

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Define modern ? E90 LCI is pretty modern to me still with i-Drive and all those electronic shits that will fxxk me in the ass when they fail :rofl:
You over estimate the cost of repairing a E90. I got lubang to sort out a whole E90 on the cheap mainly because of the abundance of Singapore halfcut E90s. Right now they are trickling in with a whole lot of F30 halfcuts from Singapore, which will make the F30s cheaper to own too. And the 2 year balls hold that BMW has on parts is over so now there's a ton of aftermarket and OEM brands for spares making the parts cheaper to own.

G20s are a different story.