2016 BMW 3 Series Values

Select a 2016 BMW 3 Series trim level

2016 model year changes

The BMW 3-series gets a mid-cycle refresh in 2016. Revised front and rear styling looks a little bit sharper, while upgraded suspension and a redesigned electronic power steering system help aid handling. The biggest news for 2016 however, is the introduction of the 340i, which replaces the 335i at the top of the standard 3-series hierarchy. The new name hints at a more powerful engine, with the 340i making about 20 more horsepower than the old 335i did. Other changes for 2016 include a newly available track handling package on the regular 3-series as well as LED headlights on the ultra-sporty M3.

Competitive comparison

A wide variety of options; athletic driving feel; fuel efficiency; high-tech options; long list of appearance packages and trims; compact size and maneuverability; practicality and comfort

Special features for 2016

The BMW 3-Series is a family of sporty sedans and wagons sized at what would be considered a compact car in the U.S. The 2016 BMW 3-Series Sedans and Sports Wagon models are built on a platform that made its debut with the 2012 model. Across its entire lineup, the 3-Series models stand out for being athletic, responsive and fun to drive, as well as more fuel-efficient than most other alternatives. The F30 redesign brought more back-seat space and cargo space to sedans, as well as a more sophisticated and isolated ride. M3 models, meanwhile, continue to be one of the most practical high-performance cars on the market.
The BWM 3 Series Gran Turismo is a four-door, five-passenger hatchback version of the iconic 3 Series sedan. It’s offered in two trim levels, aptly equipped in the base model. Standard outfitting will get you 18” premium alloy wheels, automated headlamps, fog lamps, powered/heated/folding site mirrors, panoramic sunroof, powered liftgate, two-zone climate control, powered front seating, faux leather upholstery, tilting and telescoping steering wheel, 40/20/40 splitting and folding rear seating, Bluetooth/iPod/USB/Smartphone integration with 6.5” touchscreen console and the iDrive interface, and nine-speaker audio system with HD radio. Options and stepping up the trim level can add a 16-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, remote start, xenon headlamps, wood or metallic interior trim accents, leather upholstery, larger touchscreen console, collision mitigation system, parking camera, GPS, heated steering wheel, adaptive suspension dampers, larger wheels, automated headlamps and more. Powering this car is an upgradable and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 240 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque.