The 2016 BMW 330e Is Today's Premium Used Car Bargain
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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In the news this week, we give our opinions on a court decision that saw parking operators become liable for car theft, and a new kind of cleaner synthetic fuel that could power our classic cars in the future. We also take a look two interesting winners of the Japanese Car of the Year Awards - the 2020 Subaru Levorg and Peugeot 208, and discuss the official launch of the all-new Hyundai Elantra.
It's back to our Used Car Buying Guide this week, as Daniel brings us a review of the 2016 BMW 330e - BMW Malaysia's highest specced 3-series of the time. Despite our constant qualms and queries about used Hybrid cars, prices for an under-warranty and lightly used BMW 330e are starting to become affordable. With no box left unticked in BMW's 2016 specifications list, a spacious interior, a fun and fantastic driving experience, and at least two years left in its battery warranty, this is a premium used car you should definitely consider if you're looking at that new RM190,000 Honda Accord.
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Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose
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Categories: Auto, Business Analysis
Tags: Used Cars, Buying Guide, Automotive Industry, Tips, Car Dealers, Car Buying, BMW, Parking Operators, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, Hybrid Cars, Elantra, PHEV, 3-Series,