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BMW Ranges

  • BMW 1-Series

    BMW 1-Series

    New price:
    £23,050 - £37,785
    Used price:
    £1,132 - £42,914
  • BMW 2-Series

    New price:
    £25,480 - £53,100
    Used price:
    £8,896 - £40,293
  • BMW 3-Series

    BMW 3-Series

    New price:
    £29,340 - £48,005
    Used price:
    £194 - £70,566
  • BMW 4-Series

    BMW 4-Series

    New price:
    £34,940 - £92,795
    Used price:
    £10,604 - £70,917
  • BMW 5-Series

    BMW 5-Series

    New price:
    £36,975 - £97,925
    Used price:
    £410 - £75,142
  • BMW 6-Series

    BMW 6-Series

    New price:
    £43,785 - £58,865
    Used price:
    £2,795 - £59,826
  • BMW 7-Series

    BMW 7-Series

    New price:
    £64,260 - £85,605
    Used price:
    £861 - £84,557
  • BMW 8-Series

    BMW 8-Series

    New price:
    £76,270 - £99,525
    Used price:
    £5,816 - £86,130
  • BMW i3

    BMW i3

    New price:
    £35,180 - £39,670
    Used price:
    £8,970 - £30,553
  • BMW i8

    BMW i8

    New price:
    £114,935 - £126,935
    Used price:
    £35,430 - £85,680
  • BMW X1

    BMW X1

    New price:
    £28,210 - £36,970
    Used price:
    £4,938 - £29,220
  • BMW X2

    BMW X2

    New price:
    £27,950 - £43,300
    Used price:
    £19,994 - £31,544
  • BMW X3

    BMW X3

    New price:
    £39,870 - £53,835
    Used price:
    £1,645 - £44,220
  • BMW X4

    BMW X4

    New price:
    £43,740 - £56,755
    Used price:
    £16,080 - £48,070
  • BMW X5

    BMW X5

    New price:
    £43,600 - £95,045
    Used price:
    £1,056 - £60,931
  • BMW X6

    BMW X6

    New price:
    £51,630 - £98,015
    Used price:
    £9,639 - £60,375
  • BMW X7

    BMW X7

    New price:
    £70,915 - £86,595
  • BMW Z3

    BMW Z3

    Used price:
    £1,321 - £26,514
  • BMW Z4

    BMW Z4

    Used price:
    £1,866 - £30,623

Most popular BMW reviews

  • BMW 3-Series Saloon (2019 onwards) Review

    BMW’s excellent 3 Series remains one of the best compact saloons

    Parkers rating: 4.6 out of 5 4.6
    New price: £0 - £0
    PROS
    • Wide range of engines and trims available
    • Looks good inside and out
    • Great fun to drive while still comfortable
    • High-quality interior with lots of tech
    CONS
    • Options can make it quite pricey
    • Some tech doesn’t work as well as in rivals
    • Firm and fidgety ride on M Sport models
    • Not much else
    Read full review
  • BMW 8-Series Coupe (2019 onwards) Review

    Full-fat grand tourer that's as fast as it is dramatic

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £76,270 - £99,525
    PROS
    • Instant, relentless acceleration from M850i
    • Excellent cruising ability
    • High-tech chassis with great handling
    • Debut of new BMW interior tech
    CONS
    • Steep asking price - M850i costs £100k+
    • Hybrid powertrain not on the cards
    • Less practical than a BMW M5 saloon
    • Low roof means less headroom, poorer visibility
    Read full review
  • BMW X4 SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    X4 is very fashionable, but slightly less rounded than X3

    Parkers rating: 4.2 out of 5 4.2
    New price: £43,740 - £56,755
    PROS
    • Strong range of engines
    • Economical diesels
    • Interior quality
    • Good to drive 
    CONS
    • More expensive than X3
    • Smaller boot, too
    • Ride a little too firm
    • Cramped rear seats 
    Read full review
  • BMW X7 SUV (2019 onwards) Review

    BMW takes its X off-roader line-up into Range Rover territory

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £70,915 - £86,595
    PROS
    • Comfort, refinement and quality
    • Versatile six- or seven-seat interior
    • Relatively frugal, powerful engines
    • Handles well considering size/weight
    • Best-in-class infotainment system
    CONS
    • Challenging exterior design
    • Accessing third-row seats tricky
    • It weighs over 2.3 tonnes
    • Small boot when seven seats up
    Read full review
  • BMW Z4 Roadster (2019 onwards) Review

    Two-seater feels like a proper compact sports car

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £0 - £0
    PROS
    • Eye-catching styling
    • Choice of engaging engines
    • Excellent handling on entry-level model
    • High-specification
    CONS
    • Looks divide opinion
    • M40i is pricey to buy
    • Almost too many drive modes
    • Visibility isn’t great
    Read full review

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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.