Is the BMW 330e M Sport available in Malaysia?
Yes, the G20 BMW 330e M Sport was recently launched in Malaysia. This was to replace the F30 BMW 330e which has been a popular model before this.
How much is the BMW 330e M Sport?
For the Malaysian market, the BMW 330e M Sport is priced at RM264,613 inclusive of the sales and services tax rebate. The 330e is thus more than RM20,000 cheaper than its predecessor, the 330i. it comes with a 5 years unlimited mileage warranty as well as 5 years free service.
What engine powers the BMW 330e M Sport?
This is a plug-in hybrid model where it has a B48 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine under the hood and then supported with a 50kW electric motor. Together, they boost out 252PS and 420 Nm of torque. With its XtraBoost system, the car gives you an additional 30kW or 41PS when accelerating. As such, you could possibly get from 0 to 100 within 5.9 seconds.
What is the charging system like?
This car comes with a 12.0 kWh lithium-ion battery pack located just below the rear seats. Using a 230-volt domestic plug, you should get a full charge within 6 hours. An AC wall box or public charging station with a 3.7kW output should get you a full charge in about 3.6 hours and 80% within 2.6 hours.
What is included in the interiors of the BMW 330e M Sport?
You get 375 liters of boot space. This can be increased when you fold the rear seats through its 40:20:40 layout. Standard accessories here include 18-inch double-spoke Style 790 M 2-tone alloy wheels, M Sport Brakes, keyless entry, adaptive LED headlights and the M Sport package. As this is the M series, you will notice the M Steering Wheel and pedals. Vernasca leather is included and you get the BMW Live Cockpit Professional system.
This car also comes with 11-color ambient lighting, a 10-speaker sound system and a hands-free boot opening system.
What safety features are included in this model?
The BMW 330e M Sport comes with the Driving Assistant Package where you will get lane departure warning, rear collision prevention, blind-spot monitoring and autonomous emergency braking.