HAPPY NEW YEAR! JOIN US IN CELEBRATING 2023 WITH OUR LOWEST PRICES SINCE BEFORE COVID!! Over 100 Pre-Owned Vehicles DRASTICALLY REDUCED!! The crazy prices are gone, and we are selling cars below market value for the first time in 2 years!! Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!! We are dedicated to earning your business and not just selling you a vehicle. Come in and let us put the fun back in buying your next vehicle. Pick up the phone! CALL NOW, 631 650-3400 for your appointment for an amazing ride!! CLEAN CARFAX, LEATHER SEATING, MOONROOF, NAVIGATION, REAR VIEW CAMERA. KBB Fair Market Range High: $35,133 While every effort is made to verify the accuracy of online prices, we are not responsible for typographical data errors or price changes!!! *Trade offers vary based on condition, miles, and original purchase date. All prices are with financing through our primary lenders with Tier 1 credit. No two offers can be combined. All internet prices include our printed e-coupon offer which should be presented at time of sale. All prices exclude tax, tags, doc fee, NYS inspection, $695 admin fee, $495 transport fee, and our unique multi point inspection and VIP program of $1969- This has been separated from our internet pricing for marketing purposes only so that the true value of the vehicle can be displayed so the consumer can price vehicles competitively. Other restrictions may apply. See dealer for full details or visit our website at: firstname.lastname@example.org. TY.
The seventh-generation BMW 3-series hits the road with the rear-wheel-drive 330i and M340i, plus their all-wheel-drive counterparts, the 330i xDrive and M340i xDrive. Updates include better weight distribution, a wider track and a body structure that is significantly lighter and stiffer than the one it replaces. Perhaps subjective, but the new 3-series also wears a face more in keeping with the current BMW lineup. The M340i and M340i xDrive also benefit from M Performance chassis tuning and an M Sport rear differential, which only enhances their capabilities. Power in the 330i models comes from a revised twin-turbocharged 2.0L inline-four that makes 255 hp at 5,000 rpm and 295 lb-ft of torque from as low down in the rev range as 1,550 rpm. This is an extra 7 horses and 37 lb-ft over its predecessor thanks to some fine-tuning of BMW's TwinPower system. BMW claims 5.6 seconds in the sprint from 0 to 60 mph with the 2-wheel-drive variant, while the xDrive shaves three-tenths from that figure. The M340i models, meanwhile, come with a twin-turbocharged 3.0L inline-six that produces 382 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. According to BMW, it will hit 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds. Both engines are mated exclusively to an 8-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and manual mode. The 3-series is offered in Sport Line, Luxury, and M Sport trims, which differ mostly through subtle exterior design differences. Standard features include 18-inch wheels (19 for M Sports), auto start-stop, dynamic stability control, 14-way power front seats with SensaTec upholstery, fine-wood inlays, a 10-speaker premium sound system, iDrive with an 8.8-inch central screen, dynamic cruise control, a rearview camera, a multifunction steering wheel with Bluetooth hands-free connectivity with audio streaming, plus an automatic 3-zone climate control system, ambient lighting and rain-sensing windshield wipers. Options include remote start, heated seats and steering wheel, wireless charging and WiFi hotspot, a harman/kardon surround sound system, and active cruise control. A Convenience Package brings blind-spot detection and lane departure warning, LED headlights with cornering lights. The Premium Package includes a head-up display with BMW navigation and more, plus heated seats and steering wheel. A Track Handling package adds enhanced steering, suspension and tires, plus an M Sport differential and large M Sport brakes.