What's the Difference Between the 2014 BMW 320i and 328i?

"What's the difference between the 2014 BMW 320i and 328i?"

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The main differences are under the hood and on the window sticker. The 320i uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower, and the 328i has a 240-hp version of this engine. Base price on the 2014 320i sedan is $33,475 (prices include destination charge), and the 2014 328i sedan starts at $38,025.

The 328i also has a few more standard amenities and is available with optional features such as adaptive cruise control and a head-up display that aren't offered on the 320i.

The Cars.com Compare feature lets you put them side by side, and you can compare them in greater detail by selecting specific models of each. We set up a comparison of the two you can find here.

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By Rick Popely | September 1, 2013 | Comments (21)

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AgentMike

You will spend way too much time in the BMW service Center having warranty work done on both of them from the first month until the warranty wears off. So avoid it all together, and buy an Audi :)

Pradeep

Audi A4 is a wonderful car, for secretary's. The best buy in the segment is either the Infiniti G37 or new Q50. Both will easily run circles around the A4 secretary mobile and can hold it's own against the 3 Series.

Tony

A4 is a FWD (when not AWD). So, I'll take Mazda3 over it all day long. At least I will know that I will arrive to point B.

AMG

Had an A4 and loved it, but spent a lot of time in service due to oil consumption issues. My understanding is that the issue still exists. Anyone heard different?

Alex

No man for comments? Audi???

jo

Haha. Audi...you mean bitch mobile? Bmw never ever steered me wrong or ever dissapointed.

andrew

all you pay is gas and tires for 4yr/50k miles... great car and buy

Trivera

In the luxury class, BMW is the best bet... like andrew mentioned, "all you pay is gas and tires for 4yrs/50k miles." if you you're thinking Audi, buy a Volkswagon... if you're thinking Infinity, buy a nissan and save thousands...

the difference between the 2014 BMW 320i and 328i are under the hood and on the window sticker. The 320i uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower, and the 328i has a 240-hp version of this engine.

all you pay is gas and tires for 4yr/50k miles... great car and buy

the difference between the 2014 BMW 320i and 328i are under the hood and on the window sticker. The 320i uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower, and the 328i has a 240-hp version of this engine.

A4 is a FWD (when not AWD). So, I'll take Mazda3 over it all day long. At least I will know that I will arrive to point B.

Had an A4 and loved it, but spent a lot of time in service due to oil consumption issues. My understanding is that the issue still exists. Anyone heard different?

all you pay is gas and tires for 4yr/50k miles... great car and buy

all you pay is gas and tires for 4yr/50k miles... great car and buy

tr6

328i: overpriced four cylinder buzzbox

320i: slow, overpriced four cyl. buzzbox

320i: slow, overpriced four cyl. buzzbox

The 320i uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower, and the 328i has a 240-hp version of this engine.

Cheese

I will keep my Porsche Boxster. I also have a 2014 model 328d BMW and a Cayenne. I'm considering trading my diesel for the 320i, since the stealership called and is nearly too interested in the trade. Btw, my 328d with almost 7000 miles has had no service issues and gets around 50 mpg on my daily commute. They are all very different cars and all amazing.

best

Buy volvo

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