BMW Confirms 3 Series Sports Wagon for U.S. Markets
There are times when the rumor mill churns out truths. But, generally speaking, the product is nothing but false speculations, propagating much unnecessary angst. Whisperings that BMW would discontinue the 3 Series Sport Wagon in the U.S. for the 2013 model year falls into the latter category.
That's right, everyone filled with trepidation can let out a nice, long exhale. BMW has just issued a press release confirming plans to bring the sophisticated yet athletic 2013 3 Series Sports Wagon to the U.S. They even went so far as to give an ETA: spring 2013.
In addition to bringing drivers a 10-percent boost in cargo capacity compared to the current 2012 model, the forthcoming 2013 BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon will be the next model to offer the increasingly popular BMW Lines.
For drivers who have not heard of BMW Lines, allow Tulley BMW to explain.
Currently seen in the likes of the 2012 BMW 1 Series, they are composed of three options (i.e., Sport, Luxury and Modern) that allow drivers to better reflect their individual senses of style.
Tulley BMW serving Nashua should also note that if drivers wish to push the boundaries of "Sport" and "Individuality" even further, the M Sport Line will also be offered... As the Bavarian automaker says, "It is after all, a BMW 3 Series at its heart."1
Interested in getting to know the imminent 2013 BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon even better? Stay tuned for more details coming soon, as we approach its official launch. And remember for questions about car loans and BMW leases or BMW service, you can contact Tulley BMW online anytime. Or if you prefer, call us at 888-239-8160.