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.
If you have settled on the BMW X3, the next hardest thing will be deciding on which specification to buy. Paul Maric tries out the entry-level diesel to see if it's worth the asking price.
One of the nicest-looking BMWs of late also happens to be one of the most affordable, but despite its gorgeous design, it's far from perfect.
Traditional large luxury wagons are thin on the ground these days, but BMW’s extra-practical 5 Series variant is a persuasive alternative to a posh SUV.
The first-ever BMW X2 piles on the good looks in its pitch as a premium small crossover player. But does it have substance to match its sporty looks?
How does the ageing but newly updated BMW 430i Gran Coupe stand up against the latest liftback offerings in the premium market?
The 2018 BMW 118i is the most affordable Bimmer you can buy, but it certainly isn't cheap. In fact, it's every bit the BMW it should be.
The BMW 4 Series – two-door cousin to the 3 Series – has been given another lifecycle tweak, though the entry-level 420i’s performance isn’t as handsome as the styling.
So, you want some hot sauce with your BMW i3? It's called the i3s and it's got more juice, better handling and still looks cool – doesn't it?
Six generations on, and BMW's M Division has produced its finest sedan yet, the 2018 M5. A genuine tour de force in every respect.
The all-new BMW X3 is finally here and is expected to be the company's best-selling model. Does it have enough to take on the competition?