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2017 BMW 530e iPerformance review

The BMW 530e is the latest and probably greatest member of the company's iPerformance PHEV range. It mounts a compelling case that makes a mockery of the tiny sales it will achieve.

2017 BMW 5 Series review

The all-new BMW 5 Series blends classic styling, smart engineering and lashings of new-school technology. How does it fare in local conditions now it's landed in Australia?

2017 BMW 5 Series review

The seventh-generation BMW 5 Series is without doubt the best yet.

2015 BMW 535i Review

With extra luxury bundled in, does the 2015 BMW 535i have what it takes to make it to the finish line...

BMW 5 Series v Hyundai Genesis : Comparison review

Some might argue this is a pointless test. They’d say there’s not a chance in a fiery underworld that luxury car buyers entranced by the German badges could be swayed by one wearing the Hyundai ‘H’. Yet if it were accepted that unexpected upstarts couldn’t challenge the Germans, then everyone might have ignored a car that in 1989 spooked Audi, BMW and Mercedes with its remarkable build quality and regal levels of refinement...

2014 BMW 535i Touring: Week with Review

James Ward battles head and heart over a week with BMW 535i Touring.

BMW 5 Series Review

BMW delivers a higher-specced 5 Series to combat newer rivals...

2013 BMW 520d GT Review

The styling is as awkward as the fact this 5 Series is actually a 7 Series hatchback. The surprise is, it's a good car...

BMW 550i Review

Fast and quiet, spacious and opulent, the BMW 550i clearly knows its business-executive role well...

BMW 520d Touring Review

2011 BMW 520d Touring It doesn’t seem to matter which BMW you get into; diesel, petrol, sedan, wagon, they’re almost always an exciting car to drive. It’s that perfect balance between luxury, technology and sports performance, and very few other car companies do it better than the Bavarian Motor Works. We were supposed to be road testing the 535i Touring with its 3...

BMW 535d M Sport Review

The closest thing to a BMW M5 with an average fuel consumption of 6.1L/100km.