Steane Klose | Jul 14, 2008

BMW has followed its recently revealed new-look 7-Series with an updated 2009 3-Series sedan and estate. As was the case with the 7-Series upgrade, BMW has found comfort in being conservative and the updated 3-Series has received only a mild rework.

Particular attention has been paid to revising the face of the ‘3’. In 2009 guise it now sports a revised front fascia and bonnet along with new side mirrors. Out back, a set of restyled taillights separate the revised 3-Series from the current model.

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Inside the 2009 3-Series, the latest version of BMW’s i-Drive system is now a feature. There is also BMW ConnectedDrive in-car internet, an 8.8 inch colour screen and 80gig hard-drive. Buyers can choose between a 6-speed auto or manual transmission and no, the 7-speed M-DCT isn’t on the options list – unless you’re shopping for a 335i coupe or convertible.

The revised 2009 BMW 3-Series is due to make its official debut at this years Paris Motor Show. Australian specifications have yet to be officially released.

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