2010 BMW 3 Series Values

Select a 2010 BMW 3 Series trim level

2010 model year changes

Following a slight facelift to its sedans and wagons in 2009, BMW's excellent 3-Series returns for 2010 with similar exterior refinements for the 3-Series coupes, including revised front and rear bumpers, newer LED taillights and different side mirrors. The power moonroof which had been standard in the entry-level 328 is now a $1,000 option.

Competitive comparison

Excellent driving experience; drivetrain and bodystyle variety; superior driver's 6-cylinder powerplant; supercar-performance in M3.

Special features for 2010

The 2010 BMW 3-Series continues to be the benchmark against which other entry-level luxury cars are measured, mainly courtesy of its excellent driving experience. Power, braking and handling are perfectly matched to the vehicle's size and intended usage. The way BMW takes care of business inside the cockpit also has a lot to do with the popularity of this breed. The 3-Series makes sure no consumer is left behind by offering four body styles, three engines, and both rear- and xDrive all-wheel drive.
The 2010 BMW 3-Series is an entry-level luxury compact car with sporty performance. The 3-Series is available in a multitude of body-styles; a two-door four-passenger coupe or convertible, and a five-passenger sedan or wagon. The 328 is powered by a 230 hp 3.0L six-cylinder engine, is available in all of the above mentioned body-styles and is also available with AWD in addition to RWD. The 335 benefits from a pair of turbos which push the 3.0L to 300 hp. The 335d utilizes a diesel version of the twin-turbo engine to generate 425 lb-ft of torque and a 36 mpg highway fuel rating. A six-speed manual is standard on most cars and a six-speed automatic is optional. The six-speed is the only choice for the 335d.