The new 2016 BMW 340i was incredible. There’s a new front bumper with larger side air intakes emphasised by a surrounding contour, bringing the appearance closer in line with the 4 Series, and the LED headlights are standard on the 340i; also available are optional adaptive LED headlights. At the rear you’ll find new LED taillights. That’s it on the outside.
2016 BMW 340i Specs
New 2016 BMW 340i have a Three suspension systems are available: standard, the firmer M Sport, and the electronically controlled Adaptive M suspension. The adaptive suspension is part of BMW’s M Performance package ($1,900), which also includes variable steering, M Sport brakes, 19-inch wheels (18-inch are standard) and some M-specific styling touches inside and out.
Inside 2016 BMW 340i you’ll find equally subtle changes, with new trim finishes and high-gloss surfaces, as well as ambient lighting in the dashboard and doors. There are additional leather choices, and the warm, light-brown leather interior is no longer limited to the Luxury package; it is now available throughout the 3 Series lineup. Dengan fasilitas lain berupa perangkat keamanan seperti air bag, sensor parking and rem indikator. 2016 BMW 340i juga mendapat seperangkat audio.
2016 BMW 340i Engine
2016 BMW 340i get a 3.0L turbocharged straight six takes the labor out of opting for the manual. 330lb-ft arrives at 1380rpm, meaning you can lazily ignore downshifts on your commute, accelerating from low revs without lugging the engine. This engine sounds better than the outgoing N55. It burbles and growls like BMW inline-six of old. Slot the shifter into first, drop the handbrake, feed in some throttle and we’re off down the twistiest, most scenic road I’ve ever seen in my life.
Horsepower is up, slightly, to 320hp, and a change to a water-intercooled manifold from a conventional front-mounted air-to-air intercooler shortens intake piping and reduces boost lag to near-irrelevancy.