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Styling revisions, chassis tweaks and new engines for BMW 3-series

THE BMW 3-series will be sporting a new look from September with styling changes, chassis tweaks and two new engines. There will be revised suspension settings and more responsive steering across the range, while cosmetic changes include a new grille and headlamp design for the saloon and Touring models - the coupe and convertible are unchanged.

From September, the 318i will receive a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine built at Hams Hall in the West Midlands, while the diesel engine used in the 320d will be a common rail unit producing 150bhp as used in the 3-series Compact. Prices and emissions details will be announced closer to its launch.

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