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Bavarian Motor Works was forced to cease airplane production in accordance to the Treaty of Versailles following World War I. As the restrictions imposed upon them slowly lifted, they began to produce motorcycles and then premium automobiles, both of which they continue to be renowned for to this day.
BMW Sedan Reviews
In the quest for more sales, BMW has introduced a new entry level version of the 3 Series. The question is, has BMW gone too far down-market, or is this still a true Bimmer?
Luxury sedans and diesel engines might not be common in North America, but the new BMW 535d has us asking: Is the best 5 Series, a diesel 5 Series?
Six generations on and 12.5 million cars later, BMW's 3 Series continues to lead the pack in the hotly contested sport-luxury market.
True, the styling is a bit bland, but what’s holding this 5 Series back is its straight-six engine. Thankfully there’s the 535i.
BMW Compact Car Reviews
BMW Crossover Reviews
BMW SUV Reviews
The X5 enters its third generation looking very similar, but making key refinements to its already successful driving manner, out-shining other competitors in the luxury crossover field.
More than a utility vehicle, it’s handsome, luxurious and sporty, with an incredible new turbo V8 engine.
Having grown in size to better appeal to the Lexus RX crowd, the X3 retains its performance ute characteristics and gets a serious boost in power. Sadly, the interior will leave you lusting for a Lexus.
We get a chance to drive a prototype version of BMW’s upcoming X1 crossover and get answers to questions that, until now, BMW has been tight-lipped about.
BMW Luxury Car Reviews
Are modern diesel engines refined enough to sit under the hood of your next luxury sedan?
BMW Transplants the heart and soul of its executive sports sedan into a bigger package, delivering excellent driving dynamics and serious luxury.
Luxurious and long, BMW’s updated 740Li proves you can play in the big leagues without breaking the bank.
BMW Hybrid Car Reviews
BMW’s first ever ground-up electric car might not be pretty, so it’s a good thing its real beauty lies beneath its aluminum chassis and carbon fiber skin.
BMW Sports Car Reviews
With minimal updates over the years, has the Z4 grown old, or is the Z4 just so good it doesn’t need messing with?
BMW Coupe Reviews
Compact, engaging and powerful. The E46 M3 reborn.
Trading its 3 Series badge in for a 4, has BMW’s go-to coupe also replaced its essential qualities? Far from it!
Sporting a re-tuned version of the 135’s turbocharged six-cylinder, on paper the 1M’s engine seems like its weakest link. But BMW’s engineers have made it the car’s best feature.
The bad thing about being number one is that there is nowhere to go but down. The release of the new M3 was eagerly anticipated as word leaked that it would be larger, heavier and offer a V8 powerplant – a first for the marque.
BMW Convertible Reviews
The BMW 435i may not be as engaging to drive as older 3 series convertibles, but is a great baby grand touring drop-top.
With no love lost for the previous 6 Series, BMW’s new luxury sports car delivers the best of best worlds in a package that you’ll daydream about.
Practical, it’s not; but this roadster is one hell of a sports car.
BMW News View All BMW News
It might seem easy to ignore the Beijing Motor Show. After all, it is halfway around the world. But the Chinese auto market is growing quickly. In fact, it surpassed the U.S. in 2010. The auto show in Beijing is getting bigger, too. This year’s debuts mark a new pinnacle in BMW luxury sedans, a... more
Is there a place in the market for an ever larger sedan than the BMW 7 Series? The German automaker has unveiled the Vision Future Luxury concept, hinting that a 9 Series could become a possibility if the affluent demand it. According to BMW, the Vision Future Luxury concept “epitomises the notion of modern luxury... more
BMW took a reciprocating saw to the roof of the M4 and the resulting car is on display here at the 2014 New York Auto Show. The brand new M4 will be accompanied by this convertible variant in BMW showrooms, and the two cars share pretty much all the same mechanical bits. Tire-melting power is... more
BMW’s new X4 Sport Activity Coupe debuted in New York, showing the world a slightly sexier looking compact crossover. Looking like a smaller version of the BMW X6, this new X4 is actually based on the X3, and uses the same gasoling engine options. Base models use a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 240 hp,... more
BMW is adding another dimension to its ultra-high-performance family of M vehicles. The new M3 sedan and M4 coupe will soon be joined by a drop-top model. Predictably, the 2015 M4 Convertible is basically a standard M4 with a retractable metal roof. Hopefully engineers did more than just attack the coupe with a can opener... more
Like an angry chef armed with a Ginsu BMW is slicin’ and dicin’ the automotive market. It seems like there’s no niche too small, no white space worth leaving alone. In the interest of filling every possible product category, the German automaker revealed their new X4 Sports Activity Coupe in New York. You can think... more