2022 BMW 3-Series: Preview, Pricing, Release Date

October 17, 2021
2022 BMW 3 Series

From what we know so far about the 2022 BMW 3-Series, BMW has excelled once again at producing a luxury car for the ages.

This top-quality, multi-faceted luxury car, like previous models, still carries the tradition of BMW. The 2022 BMW 3 series represents all the great things that BMW is famous for including luxury, status, and power.

But that is not all: the 3 series offers a great ride far surpassing many of its rivals. This 7th generation of the 3 series is perhaps the best of the lot; with each successive year, minor refinements have resulted in a luxury car that supersedes all expectations.

BMW has played it smart and what has worked over the past decade has not been altered and the same applies to the 3 series. But there are a few novel things in the 3 series, which include the following:

  • M sports package that includes a rear spoiler
  • Climate-controlled cabin lighting
  • Adaptive LED headlights with laser light
  • Minimal alterations to the exterior and interior colors

On the road, the 2022 BMW series 3 offers a comfortable drive, with lots of power when you need it. Not designed for the racetrack, the 3 series is ideal for casual driving and touring.

The interior is huge with ample space, including 17 cubic feet of trunk space. The seats are covered with perforated simulated leather and available in cognac and Tacora red.

There are no major surprises on the exterior except for some minor touches to the double grille, and a minor dent in the rear side windows to make it look sportier.

Besides the carbon-fiber roof, the M3 comes with humongous 18-inch alloys up front and 19-inch rims at the back.

Other standard features include rain-sensing wipers, LED headlights, heated side mirrors, self-dimming rearview mirror, moonroof, and 40/20/40 split/folding rear seats.

For safety, there is the standard driver assistance mini package that comes with automatic high beams, forward collision warning, and lane-keeping assistance.

The 8.8-inch touch screen comes with a state-of-the-art infotainment system, two USB ports, satellite radio, Apple CarPlay/Android auto smartphone integration, and Bluetooth connectivity.

All the 3 series models also come with other safety features, like remote lock/unlock, on-street parking information, and stolen vehicle recovery.  The one downside to the BMW3 series hybrid is that the mileage on the battery is very limited. 


The base price for the 330i with rear-wheel drive is $41,450. If you want the all-wheel drive or the BMW3 series hybrid, add in an extra $2,000.

The good news is that in some states the 330e models may be eligible for incentives and state tax credits.

If you want the M340i, be prepared to pay about $55,000 and another $10,000 for the upgrades.

The top-of-the-line M3 starts at $70,000 and the M3 competition xDrive model is about $77,000. The 2022 BMW 3 series has just arrived and is available at most BMW dealerships.  Call Braman BMW West Palm Beach at (561) 609-0130 to learn more today.

Category: BMW 3 Series