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2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe review: 218i and M235i xDrive

BMW's 2 Series Gran Coupe is almost anything you want it to be. But is it any good at what it sets out to achieve?

2018 BMW 220i Luxury Line review

Gone are the days when even the most mundane of automobiles had a stylish coupe derivative, but BMW has a stoic reputation for two-door compact cars. A tradition that continues with the 2 Series range, which gets a few subtle updates to keep it ticking in 2018.

2018 BMW 230i LCI review

A two-door Beemer with performance credentials for under $70,000 – sounds like a good deal. But, is the 2018 BMW 230i the pick of the bunch or are you better off with the cheaper BMW M140i?

2017 BMW M240i review

The BMW M2 may have stolen all the headlines, but perhaps the best of BMW's sports coupe lies a little further down the range. James takes a spin in the 250kW BMW M240i.

2017 BMW 2 Series Review: M240i and 230i

Is the BMW M2 too hardcore for you? The new M240i and 230i are there for the buying...

2015 BMW 218d Active Tourer: Week with Review

The team in Melbourne drive the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer...

BMW M235i Convertible Review

The BMW M235i Convertible represents fast and fun ragtop motoring. But who is it really made for?

2015 BMW 2 Series Active Tourer Review: LT1

It’s hard to imagine a BMW that doesn’t have a direct connection from the engine to the rear wheels. Then again, not too long ago it would’ve been hard to imagine a BMW that was a mixture of a hatch and a people-mover. But as the first front-wheel-drive BMW MPV, the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer breaks all sorts of conventions, for all the right reasons...

2015 BMW 2 Series Convertible Review

BMW chops the top off its coupe 2 Series; creates a convertible that slices up country roads brilliantly...

2015 BMW 228i: Week with Review

CarAdvice's resident shooter Tom Fraser spends a week getting intimate with the BMW 228i...

2015 BMW 2 Series Convertible Review

The 2015 BMW 2 Series convertible is perhaps the only real option for an open-air sporty German cruiser on a budget, but is that reason enough to buy one?

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