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1 Series - Upgrade from a ES to a Sport model and receive 17-inch alloy wheels, foglights, multi-function sport leather steering wheel and front sports seats at no extra cost. Available on 116i, 116d and 118d models.

3 Series - complimentary metallic paint or Dakota leather upholstery available across the BMW 3 Series Saloon and Touring range.

X3 - Buy any X3 xDrive20d and get a free upgrade that includes automatic transmission, leather upholstery and metallic paint.

BMW 1 Series
The BMW 1 Series is being offered with a free upgrade from ES specification to SE trim level. This brings 16-inch alloys, front foglights, rear parking sensors and heated exterior mirrors. You'll also get auto air-conditioning, front centre armrest, auto dimming rear view mirror, Sport multi-function leather steering wheel and extended lighting.

BMW 116d
The company's lowest CO2-emitting car, is now also available with a new level of Sport specification for the same price as the existing ES trim. Sport models come with 17-inch alloy wheels, Sports seats, Sport multi-function leather steering wheel, front foglights and heated exterior mirrors.

BMW 3 Series
Buyers of a BMW 3 Series Coupe can upgrade from an SE model to an M Sport for no additional cost. The M Sport package includes 18-inch light alloy wheels, M aerodynamic bodystyling, M Sport multi-function leather steering wheel, M Sport suspension and Sport seats.

Business Edition
BMW's 5 Series range has now been expanded with the introduction of the Business Edition model portfolio. Offered on 520d, 525d and 530d Saloon and Touring variants, and in SE and M Sport trims, the new spec gives a significant saving on equipment normally offered as an option.

For a premium of £1,000 over a standard 520d SE or M Sport model, a Business Edition vehicle comes with Dakota leather trim, Bluetooth with telematics, BMW business navigation system, BMW ConnectedDrive assist and online, and a six-disc CD changer. The door sill finishers on an SE come with the 'Edition' designation, while M Sport models retain M Sport door sill monikers.

For a premium of £1,750 over a standard 525d or 530d SE or M Sport model, Business Edition vehicles get the same upgrades as the 520d Business Edition models with the addition of a BMW professional multimedia navigation system, extended voice control and a USB audio interface in place of the CD changer. M Sport Business Edition models powered by either the 525d or 530d gain 19-inch M Double-spoke alloy wheels. This same 19-inch alloy wheel is also now offered for the first time on all 5 Series Touring models.

Prices for a 520d SE Business Edition Saloon start at £28,430 OTR and rise to £41,960 OTR for a 530d M Sport Business Edition Touring.


Contact your local BMW dealership for more information.

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