Coming straight out of California we have a BMW 3 Series M Sport Diesel Wagon with some OEM Plus additions to truly make it a M Performance Wagon as it should have come from the factory. The Stage 2 Kerma TDI Tuned BMW 328d Sports Wagon, nicknamed “Dory”, comes with plenty of modifications to balance out both performance, handling, and aesthetics.

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The project in its current Version 4.0 is ongoing and is built by the owner who also took these photos to showcase the wagon both inside and out.

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The model being used here is a 2014 BMW 328d xDrive M Sport Wagon fitted with optional M Sport upgraded brakes using C-Quence Drilled and Slotted Rotors with Posi Semi Metallic Pads. It even has been outfitted with the rare Electronic Digital Cluster displaying the different driving modes – Eco, Comfort, Sport, Sport Plus.

The powerplant in this wagon is BMW’s 2.0 liter straight four-cylinder Twin-scroll Turbo-Diesel engine rated at 215 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque. Yet, tuned, the engine is even more lively giving the wagon a real sense of performance while still allowing solid MPG numbers around town – 32 MPG City/43 MPG Highway.

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To maintain performance while also providing unique aesthetic for this wagon, the owner decided to equip his vehicle with a set of OEM 437M Forged Wheels. Furthermore, he painted to match the color of the wagon.

According to the owner, this combination is the only one in the world and a big undertaking for the owner. The 19×9 et29 and 19×10 et40 437M wheels are painted using OEM Estoril Bleu II paint. Next, they were cleared and coated for protection.

Take these wheels add on a sticky set of Milestar XP932+ All Season tires and the owner is ready not only for the canyons, but to tackle simple tasks like heading to the grocery store or driving to work.

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The ride height was lowered with HR Sport Springs and the M Adaptive Suspension was upgraded with a rear sway bar from the BMW M240i. A front strut bar was thrown into the mix also.

The wagon’s stance is not just for show but greatly enhances its handling capability.

Please take a look at the media gallery below for more highlights of this BMW 328d M Sports Wagon:

[Story and photos: @Project_F31 and @Turnleftondriven_on Instagram]