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You’d imagine that a higher roofline and four doors would hinder the M3 saloon’s capabilities compared to the M4 coupé, but you'd be wrong
BMW's Audi A5 rival is luxurious and stylish, but isn't as exciting to drive as the older 3-series saloon
The X6 is a showroom hit. Does its smaller brother deserve to be?
Can BMW's baby hypercar blow the lid off performance convention?
New name, new engine and two turbos, but is it still an M3 at heart?
Coupé version of the 1-series returns. It's bigger, but is it better?
Does this compact coupé have the makings of a performance icon?
BMW makes waves with Europe’s first premium-brand compact EV
BMW sticks to its well proven SUV formula with the new X5, delivering a competent and refined off-roader – but one that's lacking those few extra flourishes
The BMW 5-series Touring is a compelling premium estate, offering good space and efficiency, plus decent dynamics
Can BMW improve on the 3-series by giving it the GT treatment?
Is the BMW 4-series special enough to justify its rebranding?
Standout compact exec gains a six-pot diesel and a bigger boot
Not quite a 1M, but more usable and outstanding value for money
The BMW ActiveHybrid 5 sees the company fitting a petrol-electric powertrain to its 5-series executive saloon
The BMW 3-series Coupe is stylish, recently updated and has an unrivalled blend of performance and economy
The BMW X1 is fine to drive, but buyers looking for premium feel may be better served by rivals' offerings
The latest generation BMW M3 isn't as thrilling as the original E30 M3, but it's still mighty
Can the BMW 1-series M Coupé, with its antiquated origins, deliver?
The BMW M5 is crushingly capable, but some of the charm of old M5s is gone
Measures up on comfort and space, but it’s still boring to drive
The big BMW X5 SUV may be getting a little long in the tooth, but it’s still one of the best all-rounders in its class
The 5-series Gran Turismo is an interesting concept, but the execution is flawed
Technology-laden BMW 7-series looks better than its predecessors, but is ultimately disappointing
The BMW 3-series' outstanding performance and handling complete a consummate all-rounder
The BMW Z4 is a fine-looking two-seat roadster with indifferent driving dynamics
The BMW X6 is a hard riding but generally accomplished big soft-roader. Just make sure you can live with the looks
The BMW X3 is both frugal and rewarding to drive, a rare and clever technical achievement
The BMW 6 Series is a superbly accomplished car, unless you’re a driving enthusiast
The BMW 5-series offers a compelling blend of all-round abilities, but wants specifying carefully