You told us you don't trust the traditional 'Car of the Year' format favoured by most publishers, and you wanted to know more about our own personal faves, objectivity be damned. Well, here it is. Get the full story right here. NOTE: This video was first published on December 18.
The G20 delivers in a big way. If there’s one car BMW cannot afford to stuff up, it’s the 3 Series, and like its equally impressive new-generation 5 Series and X5, this one stakes a bold claim to class leadership that we’re looking forward to putting to the test. To say the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4, Jaguar XE and Alfa Romeo Giulia have their work cut out is an understatement...
We didn't really feel the M5 needed more, but then "enough" isn't a word we're too familiar with... A NOTE on the video: "Estoril in Spain" – silly Tony. He knows, of course, that it's in Portugal!
The new M2 Competition is a better car than its M2 predecessor, though not through any one component, including the new engine. Rather, it’s the sum of each and every component added and tweak made to the chassis itself that has produced a more precise, if not quicker, M-Car than that which it replaces. In the end, it's still the best M-Car under $150K that BMW builds...
There’s no doubt the new 2019 BMW X4 is a vastly improved thing over its predecessor. In fact, I’d go one better than that and say it’s probably the closest thing yet to a BMW sedan experience from an SUV in this segment.
This is the muscly new BMW M2 Competition, which will kick off in Australia from AU$99,900. That's a lot of money, but this is a lot of car.
The reborn BMW 8 Series has debuted at this week's Paris motor show, ready to take on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and all premium coupes. What do you think?
The all-new BMW 3 Series has officially been unveiled at the Paris motor show! It's bigger, lighter, and more powerful than the model it replace. But, then, of course it is. Get all the details here, and at the link below!
BMW's new X4 is now in Australia. Here's five things we think you should know!
Does the lack of output and trinkets rob BMW's entry point into the X3 range, the sDrive20i, from a properly premium experience? We live with it for a week to find out. Lust after German premium badge cachet, need mid-sized SUV practicality, and would rather dance on broken glass than drive a ‘diseasal’? Then BMW’s newest petrol-powered middleweight family hauler, the X3 sDrive20i, is out to seduce you...
BMW expanded the SUV/Coupe segment with the original X4 and now we're testing the revised 2019 model. It's got plenty of standard kit, and while we don't know final pricing, promises to be a hit with buyers.