TURIN — BMW AG's new 3-series compact shares the suspension and rear-wheel drive of its larger sibling but has a retuned chassis for better handling and overall driving refinement. The car, set to go on sale next summer, benefits from many of the developments introduced on the new 3-series range but with a more progressive styling. The compact retains the distinctively short overhangs of the previous model with an entirely new look in both the front and rear. New lights and more strongly ...
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