The seventh-generation BMW 3 Series range has landed in Aussie showrooms in petrol and diesel forms. So why is one version so much better than the other?
BMW is going plug-in crazy with no fewer than three making their debut at Geneva. We've already driven 'em...
BMW's M Division has honed this successor to the anonymous 340i, making it a sharper sub-M3 rival to the Audi S4 and Mercedes-AMG C43. And, shock horror, it's running a variable all-wheel drive system...
The ‘G20’ BMW 3 Series is a wholesale makeover that in many ways restores the Bavarian brand to the top of the mid-sized executive car pile. It’s more agile, comfortable and tech-laden than ever, and a fitting brand hero that we can’t wait to compare against its rivals.
A drive in a next-generation prototype reveals a 3 Series that is a dynamic about-face from its watered-down predecessor.
It's a 3 that's as long as a 5 with as much room as an X, but is the 330i Gran Turismo BMW enough?
A limited-edition 3 Series to celebrate a century of BMW, James takes the 2016 BMW 330i 100 Year Edition for a spin.
The plug-in hybrid BMW 330e is a welcome addition to the range of Australia's greenest car brand.
The BMW 318i badge returns, packing a three-cylinder engine. Yes, a three-pot 3-Series. Does the package work?
James signs off the 'Year of the Wagon' with the updated BMW 330i M-Sport Touring.