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Munich-based BMW is most famous for its sports saloons, in particular the 3 Series and 5 Series. However, it actually builds almost every type of car imaginable: everything from two-seat convertibles to seven-seat MPVs.

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BMW 1 Series

2019 - present

Excellent infotainment and a top-notch interior...

BMW 2 Series

2021 - present

A great all-rounder with the driving manners you’d expect from...

BMW 2 Series Active Tourer

2021 - present

A spacious MPV with a great interior. Ride comfort could be be...

BMW 2 Series Convertible

Not quite a class leader, but still a comfortable, fun to driv...

BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé

Great driver appeal, ride comfort and individual looks, but&nb...

BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

The BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer has frugal engines, but there are...

BMW 3 Series

2022 - present

Brilliant to drive and a fine all-rounder. A superb buy.

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BMW 3 Series Touring

2022 - present

Not the roomiest estate in the world, but if you just need a b...

BMW 4 Series

2020 - present

Great to drive, smart inside and roomier than you mi...

BMW 4 Series Convertible

2020 - present

A comfortable and well-equipped open-top car with a broad rang...

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé

2021 - present

A good mix of comfort, practicality and fun driving

BMW 5 Series

2020 - present

A classy, comfortable and wonderfully refined luxury salo...

BMW 5 Series Touring

2020 - present

The BMW 5 Series Touring is a classy, comfortable and won...

BMW 7 Series

The 7 Series remains a worthy contender. However, its ride isn...

BMW 8 Series

2022 - present

BMW 8 series makes more sense in effortless 840d form than as...

BMW 8 Series Convertible

2022 - present

Sits between the luxury of a Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet and th...

BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe

Offers a great balance of comfort, sportiness and pr...

BMW M135i

2019 - present

Combines a classy interior with plenty of pace, but...

BMW M2

The BMW M2 Competition is a very different type of sports car...

BMW M240i

2021 - present

A great all-rounder – fast, fun and, rear seat space...

BMW M3

2020 - present

Staggeringly capable yet surprisingly easy to live with

BMW M4

2020 - present

Staggeringly quick and one of the most visceral and engaging p...

BMW M5

2020 - present

One of the most complete and captivating super saloons we’ve e...

BMW M8

2022 - present

Rapid and comfortable grand tourer, but not a sports car

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BMW X1

2022 - present

The BMW X1 is good to drive, classy inside and hugely practica...

BMW X2

2018 - present

Classy interior and tidy handling appeal, but the firm ride an...

BMW X2 M35i

2019 - present

BMW X2 M35i

BMW X3

2021 - present

Superb to drive, with a spacious, high-quality interior. One o...

BMW X3 M Competition

2021 - present

The first properly M-fettled X3

BMW X4

2021 - present

There are plenty of more practical SUVs, but few are as enjoya...

BMW X4 M Competition

2021 - present

Tremendously fast and grippy, Stelvio QF and Macan are mo...

BMW X5

2019 - present

Great interior and fun to drive, but diesels can be gruff

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BMW X6

2019 - present

The BMW X6 is good to drive, with an interior that’s one of th...

BMW X7

2022 - present

Big, bold, practical and comfortable with a luxurious interior...

BMW Z4

2019 - present

Comfortable and practical, but an Audi TT Roadster and Po...

BMW i4

2021 - present

Covers ground at an impressive pace and has a supple ride, gre...

BMW i8 Roadster

Low running costs and tidy handling make the BMW i8 Roadster a...

BMW iX

2022 - present

This large and luxurious electric SUV combines breathtaki...

BMW iX3

2021 - present

Practical, good to drive and has a longer range than its close...


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Munich-based BMW is most famous for its sports saloons, in particular the 3 Series and 5 Series. However, it actually builds almost every type of car imaginable: everything from two-seat convertibles to seven-seat MPVs.

The cheapest model in the BMW range is the 1 Series hatchback, which is a rival to the Audi A3, Mercedes-Benz A-Class and Volkswagen Golf. Meanwhile, at the other extreme is the i8 plug-in hybrid sports car, which costs more than £100,000.

BMW was also quick to capitalise on the rise of the SUV and now has six in its range: the X1, X2, X3, X4, X5 and X6.

All of this makes it one of the big three German prestige brands, along with Audi and Mercedes-Benz.


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