BMW Hatchback car reviews

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  • BMW 1-Series Hatchback (2019 onwards) Review

    BMW's smallest model is a brilliant all-rounder

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £25,005 - £40,470

    PROS

    • Superb refinement
    • Improved practicality
    • Loads of gadgets
    • Strong performance

    CONS

    • Rear-seat headroom could still be better
    • Disappointing digital dashboard
    • M135i xDrive should be more exciting
    • M Sport adds little standard equipment
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  • BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo (2017 - 2020) Review

    7 Series comfort, more luggage space than 5 Series Touring, less desirable than either

    Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    Used price: £17,715 - £35,952

    PROS

    • Extremely comfortable and refined
    • Interior space comparable to 7 Series
    • More luggage space than 5 Series Touring
    • Better equipped than 5 Series

    CONS

    • Driving dynamics lack sparkle
    • More expensive than 5 Series Touring
    • Heavier than 7 Series and 5 Series Touring
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  • BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo (2013 - 2020) Review

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    Used price: £6,709 - £32,315

    PROS

    • More boot space than a 3 Series Touring
    • Distinctive looks
    • Fantastic interior space

    CONS

    • Those distinctive looks will not be to everyone’s taste
    • Not as fun to drive as a 3 Series saloon or Touring
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  • BMW 4-Series Coupe (2013 - 2020) Review

    Get beyond its challenging nose and there's a great car ready and waiting

    Parkers rating:not rated yet
    New price: £29,280 - £131,505

    PROS

    • Fanstastic handling and balance
    • The 440i is impressively quick
    • Dashboard shared with excellent 3 Series

    CONS

    • Love-it-or-hate-it styling
    • Sharp steering needs acclimatisation
    • Diesel version lacks excitement
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  • BMW i3 (2013 onwards) Review

    A brilliant small electric car with a modern twist

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £36,025 - £40,555

    PROS

    • Futuristic style
    • Smooth, electric drive
    • Tight turning circle

    CONS

    • Expensive to buy
    • Small boot
    • Jittery ride
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  • BMW 1-Series Hatchback (2011 - 2019) Review

    A great all-rounder if you don't need masses of space

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    Used price: £2,560 - £27,393

    PROS

    • Some versions engaging to drive
    • Superb diesel economy
    • M140i is great value on finance
    • Impressive material quality

    CONS

    • Cramped, especially in the rear
    • On the pricey side to buy outright
    • Styling can be divisive
    • Luggage capacity is limited
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  • BMW 5-Series GT (2009 - 2017) Review

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    Used price: £4,816 - £27,314

    PROS

    Supremely refined, incredibly spacious and high class cabin, clever twin-opening tailgate, practical and large boot

    CONS

    Rather ungainly looks, not as agile to drive as a standard 5 Series

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