BMW debuts its all-new 3-Series sedan in Munich today. The luxury auto maker’s new entry-level sedan is the sixth generation 3-Series. The first units will go on sale in February. The new classic notchback is some 3.7 ins. (9.4 cm) longer than the version it replaces but is slightly narrower despite its wider track, sitting on a 19.7-in. (50-cm) longer wheelbase. Yet, the car is 110 lbs. (50 kg) lighter, faster and more fuel efficient than its predecessor. The new dimensions also ...

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