How big is a BMW 3 Series Touring boot?

500 litres
Measuring 500 litres up to the retractable parcel shelf, the Touring’s boot has only grown by five litres, but it’s very competitive for the class. BMW has also imbued it with lots of clever touches, including an opening tailgate window that can be activated from the key fob.

How much space is in a BMW 3 Series?

The standard 3 Series has 17 cubic feet of trunk space, which is excellent for a small luxury sedan. Only hatchback rivals offer more space. The new 330e has 13.2 cubic feet of trunk space, which is about average for the luxury small car class. BMW M3 models have 13 cubic feet of cargo space.

Is 3 Series Touring big enough for a family?

Is the BMW 3 Series Touring a good car? Sporty SUVs aren’t the only fun-to-drive family cars that combine spacious cabins and big boots. The BMW 3 Series Touring has always been the fun option if you’re looking for a practical family estate, but now it’s also one of the most high-tech and spacious models out there.

Can you sleep in a BMW 3 Series estate?

Yes they lay flat.

How many suitcases fit in a BMW 3 Series Touring?

The 3 Series seats 5 adults comfortably, though it may be a bit cramped on longer drives. Though the 3 Series is a bit on the small side in terms of passenger space, its luggage capacity competes with the top of its class. Featuring 480 liters of space, the trunk area can fit up to 5 large suitcases.

Will golf clubs fit in a BMW 3 Series?

The 3 Series has a very decent boot by saloon standards. And while it’s no estate car (see our 3 Series Touring review if you want one of those), it’ll still manage a set of golf clubs or a few suitcases.

Are BMW 3 Series Touring reliable?

Independent safety experts Euro NCAP gave the BMW 3 Series a maximum five-star rating, and this applies to the 3 Series Touring too. It was one of the best in class, with scores of 97% for adult protection, 87% for child and pedestrian protection and 76% for the standard safety kit on board.

Is the BMW 3 Series a good family car?

That’s because the BMW 3 Series was the top performer in Euro NCAP’s large family car class last year and it’s also our favourite compact executive model, especially in 320d trim. As well as protecting both you and your family better than its 2012 rivals, the BMW is also brilliant to drive, practical and stylish.

What estate car can you sleep in?

Best cars for sleeping in

  • Honda Jazz.
  • Honda Civic Tourer.
  • Ford Grand Tourneo Connect.
  • Mini Clubman.
  • Skoda Superb Estate.
  • Citroen Berlingo.
  • Seat Ateca.
  • Audi Q5.

Is the BMW X2 a family car?

BMW calls it a ‘Sports Activity Coupe’. While it’s not quite as practical as an X1, the X2 makes a fine family car and its interior has all the quality and tech you’d expect of a BMW SUV.

How big is the boot on a BMW 3 series?

The 3 Series Touring has a reasonable boot that’s roughly on a par with the A4 Avant’s, if smaller than the Volvo V60’s. Just bear in mind that while both the Avant and Touring can swallow seven carry-on suitcases, the Touring is rather narrow between the rear wheel arches.

How tall is the BMW 3 Series Touring?

At 4,709mm in length, this Touring is 76mm longer than the last one, with an extra 41mm between the front and rear axles – which directly translates into more passenger space. It’s also 16mm wider (1,827mm) and 11mm taller (1,440mm). Which means more elbow room and more headroom.

What are the specs of a BMW E91 touring?

BMW E91 3 Series Touring 320d Specs. With a fuel consumption of 5.9 litres/100km – 48 mpg UK – 40 mpg US (Average), 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 8.6 seconds, a maximum top speed of 139 mph (223 km/h), a curb weight of 3318 lbs (1505 kgs), the E91 3 Series Touring 320d has a turbocharged In-line 4 cylinder engine, Diesel motor.

How big is the rear seat in a BMW 3 series?

The Touring features standard-fit 40:20:40-split folding rear seats, making it easy to compromise between carrying longer items and one or two rear seat passengers. Fold all three sections down, and up to 1,500 litres is available.