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BMW Ranges

  • BMW 1-Series

    BMW 1-Series

    New price:
    £23,480 - £34,980
    Used price:
    £1,481 - £27,720
  • BMW 2-Series

    BMW 2-Series

    New price:
    £22,355 - £47,195
    Used price:
    £10,791 - £45,177
  • BMW 3-Series

    BMW 3-Series

    New price:
    £26,790 - £64,225
    Used price:
    £192 - £55,630
  • BMW 4-Series

    BMW 4-Series

    New price:
    £33,110 - £68,025
    Used price:
    £12,424 - £53,130
  • BMW 5-Series

    BMW 5-Series

    New price:
    £36,815 - £60,775
    Used price:
    £383 - £59,895
  • BMW 6-Series

    BMW 6-Series

    New price:
    £61,080 - £100,530
    Used price:
    £3,583 - £63,220
  • BMW i3

    BMW i3

    New price:
    £33,070 - £38,220
    Used price:
    £10,702 - £33,923
  • BMW i8

    BMW i8

    New price:
    £106,310 - £106,310
    Used price:
    £49,300 - £83,250
  • BMW X1

    BMW X1

    New price:
    £28,460 - £37,780
    Used price:
    £5,863 - £30,686
  • BMW X3

    Used price:
    £1,599 - £35,076
  • BMW X4

    BMW X4

    New price:
    £38,540 - £50,905
    Used price:
    £19,720 - £37,260
  • BMW X5

    BMW X5

    New price:
    £48,140 - £94,910
    Used price:
    £998 - £68,888
  • BMW X6

    BMW X6

    New price:
    £59,060 - £97,810
    Used price:
    £11,319 - £64,935
  • BMW Z3

    BMW Z3

    Used price:
    £737 - £26,620
  • BMW Z4

    BMW Z4

    New price:
    £30,010 - £48,465
    Used price:
    £2,313 - £34,126

Most popular BMW reviews

  • BMW 1-Series Hatchback (2011 onwards) Review

    Fun to drive but doesn’t major on practicality

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £23,480 - £34,980
    PROS
    • Cramped, especially in the rear
    • On the pricey side to buy
    • Styling is divisive
    CONS
    • Engaging to drive
    • Superb diesel economy
    • M140i an accomplished hot hatch
    • Impressive material quality
    Read full review
  • BMW 3-Series Saloon (2012 onwards) Review

    Despite its age it remains a compelling all-rounder

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £26,790 - £64,225
    PROS
    • Engaging handling regardless of engine
    • Comfort isn’t spared for agility
    • Generous equipment levels
    • Performance/efficiency balance
    CONS
    • Interior doesn’t feel as premium as some rivals
    • Ride can be unsettled without adaptive dampers
    • Cabin isn’t the roomiest in this segment
    • Wide range of expensive options
    Read full review
  • BMW 5-Series Saloon (2017 onwards) Review

    A new benchmark for the premium executive class

    Parkers rating: 4.8 out of 5 4.8
    New price: £36,815 - £51,070
    PROS
    • Great to drive
    • Strong engines
    • Exceptional comfort
    • Packed with technology
    • Best-in-class standard kit
    CONS
    • Drive varies according to spec
    • E-Class has a bigger boot
    • Only two trim levels
    • Occasionally jerky gearchanges
    Read full review

BMW (Bavarian Motor Works) was founded in 1916 and currently builds cars and motorbikes. The German company also owns Rolls-Royce and MINI, both of which build cars in the UK.

BMW is one of the most successful purveyors of premium cars, partly in thanks to the success of the long-running 1 Series hatchback, 3 Series saloon and 5 Series saloon. The company has also diversified with GT versions of the 3 and 5 Series, with sport cars such as the convertible Z4 and 6 Series 2+2 coupe plus a 4x4 family of cars with the X1, X3, X5 and X6.

BMW’s diversification has continued more recently with the launch of its electric-powered i3 and the creation of two new coupes: the 2 Series and the 4 Series. The German company also continues to build high performance versions of its vehicles, not least the iconic M3, M5 and M6, plus it has revealed a new M4, a hot version of the two-door 4 Series.

The creation of new niche models is likely to continue with such models as the i8 and different body styles of existing models. BMW, with its distinctive roundel badge, seeks to innovate not only with new models but also with new technology and design.

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