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2020 Alpina B3 Touring teased
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30th Aug 2019
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2020 Alpina B3 Touring teased

Sports wagon lovers, rejoice! No, BMW still hasn’t developed an M3 Touring but BMW tuner Alpina has once again stepped up to help fill the void. Auto Express reports Alpina will debut its enhanced version of the new G21-generation 3 Series Touring, the B3 Touring, at next month’s Frankfurt motor show following a teaser image (above) published this week. The regular 3 Series Touring debuted only a few months ago in June.
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William Stopford
2019 BMW 3 Series Touring spied again
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27th Nov 2018
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2019 BMW 3 Series Touring spied again

The next-generation BMW 3 Series Touring has been snapped again by photographers, before it joins the recently-revealed sedan on the market sometime next year. In these latest photos, we can see the B-pillar forward is pretty much identical to the new 3 Series sedan, while the rear apes the design of the larger 5 Series Touring. The higher roofline and more practical wagon booty will bring enhanced load-lugging capacity, so expect a larger volume than the 480L quoted by the sedan.
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James Wong
2019 BMW 3 Series Touring spied
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27th Jun 2018
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2019 BMW 3 Series Touring spied

The upcoming BMW 3 Series Touring has been snapped for the first time, carrying styling borrowed from its bigger siblings under its pre-production camouflage.
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Scott Collie
2012 BMW 3 Series Touring Spy Photos
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11th Aug 2011
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2012 BMW 3 Series Touring Spy Photos

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Alborz Fallah
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11th Aug 2011
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2012 BMW 3 Series Touring Spy Photos

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Alborz Fallah
Lexus IS wagon considered for Euro markets
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15th Mar 2010
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Lexus IS wagon considered for Euro markets

With a view to expanding its appeal in Europe, luxury Japanese car manufacturer Lexus is reportedly considering a wagon version of its popular IS model. Currently offered in sedan and convertible formats, a wagon variant of the IS would expand Lexus' competition base against such rivals as the BMW 3 Series Touring and Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, both popular sellers across Europe.
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