A lot of the European customers think of the American ones that are really lucky because they can buy cars at a very low price. But not everything is milk and honey. For Example the BMW 3-Series has been launched both in diesel and wagon versions. On the other hand, American customers have to fight for each one of these incarnations.
Yesterday, the German carmaker announced that they have thought about bringing the diesel version to the US market and apparently, now, they will also get the Wagon variant.
It seems that the new Touring will be available in the US along with the sedan, coupe and cabriolet versions. The information will be confirmed by BMW.
The Europeans will have to wait unit the end of 2013 to get the cabriolet and the coupe versions.
So, in the end you are not that unfortunate to live in the US, after all.
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