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2013 BMW 320d Touring Review

The more practical variant of BMW's trademark 3 Series is a convincing compact luxury wagon.

BMW ActiveHybrid 3 Review

Don't let the badging fool you, the BMW ActiveHybrid 3 is a seriously quick sports sedan that gives a token nod to the green movement.

BMW 3 Series Convertible Review

The BMW 335i Convertible drives as good as it looks but it has some stiff competition from key German rivals.

BMW 335i Review

The BMW 335i is still a class act but it faces increasing competition from quality rivals.

BMW 320i Review

You may not know it, but the BMW 320i has been by and large the most popular model in the 3-Series range...

BMW 318d Review

The BMW 318d has arrived, and it's timing couldn't be more crucial for the Bavarian car maker. The BMW 3 Series is being throttled by its arch-rival, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, in Australian luxury car sales, despite the launch of an all-new Three earlier this year. BMW's signature model has been missing its crucial volume models, having launched only the BMW 320d, BMW 328i and BMW 335i variants...

2012 BMW 3-Series Review

It was the original "Ultimate driving machine" but is the BMW 3-Series any longer the ultimate choice in the mid-size luxury car segment? The BMW 3 Series is certainly no longer the dominant player in the category locally – not just in terms of sales but also all-round ability...

BMW 330d Review

Some car companies make a big fuss about their cars delivering both power and efficiency - for BMW, it’s just common practice.

BMW 3 Series Convertible Review

Drop the top, punch the throttle - you're in aural heaven.

BMW 3 Series Coupe & Convertible Review

The original BMW 327 from 1937 was the model that started the Coupe revolution. Nearly 80 years later the German powerhouse is still at it.

BMW 330d Convertible Review & Road Test

The 330d Convertible truly is open-top motoring at its best.