BMW Reviews

1 Series (2011 – 2019)

The BMW 1 Series has the comfort and performance of a bigger BMW for a lower cost

1 Series (2019)

The 1 Series is a popular posh hatchback, but the latest model is completely different in looks and engineering. So is it still a wise buy?

2 Series (2013 – 2021)

A sporty driving experience, smart looks and an upmarket feel make the 2 Series Coupe a compelling alternative to an ordinary hatchback

2 Series Active Tourer (2014 – 2021)

BMW brings a touch of premium motoring to the MPV market, combining luxury, technology and practicality

2 Series Convertible (2014 – 2021)

Attractive looks, good handling and excellent engines mark the 2 Series Convertible out as a fun-to-drive compact four-seat soft-top

2 Series Gran Tourer (2015 – 2021)

Seven seats, a pleasant drive and a plush feel: that's the BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer's appeal

2 Series Gran Coupe (2020)

Stylish looks, great onboard tech and a more relaxing ride will appeal to a younger BMW audience, but the price tag remains premium

2 Series (2021)

Striking looks, powerful engines and reasonable luggage space make the 2 Series Coupe a tempting alternative to a hot hatchback

3 Series (2012 – 2019)

The BMW 3 Series is fun to drive, stylish and affordable to run

3 Series Touring (2012 – 2019)

With upmarket build quality, a premium badge and a big dose of driving fun, the practical 3 Series Touring is an impressive family estate

3 Series (2019)

Fun to drive, and with an upmarket feel, there are few more impressive posh saloons than the BMW 3 Series

3 Series Touring (2019)

As an estate car with a desirable badge, a high-quality feel and an enjoyable drive, the BMW 3 Series Touring has few peers

4 Series (2013 – 2020)

If smart looks are more important than practicality, and you want a premium badge and a fun driving experience, a 4 Series is worth a look

4 Series Convertible (2013 – 2020)

A fun driving experience, strong engine lineup and an unusual folding-metal roof set the BMW 4 Series Convertible apart

4 Series Gran Coupe (2014 – 2021)

Is it a saloon? Is it a coupe? It’s both – but does that make it the best 4 Series for you?

4 Series (2020)

Dramatic looks, a great range of engines and a fun driving experience help the BMW 4 Series Coupe to stand out

4 Series Convertible (2021)

Mixing four-seat practicality with open-top thrills and a great range of engines makes the 4 Series Convertible an appealing overall package

4 Series Gran Coupe (2021)

Sporty coupe styling and family car practicality are perfectly blended together in the sleek BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe

5 Series (2010 – 2017)

The BMW 5 Series saloon offers an unbeatable blend of performance, comfort and low running costs

5 Series (2017)

Luxurious, spacious and sporty: the BMW 5 Series hides many talents behind its sharp design

5 Series Touring (2017)

Handsome, spacious and better to drive than an SUV, the largest BMW estate is one of the best upmarket load luggers money can buy

6 Series (2017 – 2020)

The BMW 6 series GT combines coupe, hatchback and saloon in one but could be a little more exciting to drive

7 Series (2016 – 2022)

The 7 Series is a tech-filled, highly luxurious large saloon that offers an engaging drive and strong performance

8 Series (2018)

BMW revives an old name for an all-new luxury grand tourer that is assured and highly accomplished

i3 (2013 – 2022)

The electric BMW i3 brings style and desirability to this fledgling sector but it’s expensive, while some essential items are cost options

i4 (2021)

The BMW i4 is a high-tech electric car with up to 365 miles of range per charge. Here’s everything you need to know about it

i8 (2014 – 2020)

Whether in Coupé or Convertible form, the i8 demonstrates that there’s no reason why sports cars of the future can’t continue to be fun

iX (2022)

The BMW iX is a luxurious electric SUV with up to 380 miles of driving range and dramatic looks. Here’s all you need to know

iX3 (2021)

The BMW iX3 is the electric version of the practical X3 SUV, and offers a range of up to 285 miles per charge

M2 (2015 – 2021)

It might be BMW’s smallest high-performance car, but the M2 packs a big punch, whichever version you go for

M3 (2021)

With sports car performance and a good dose of family car practicality, the M3 will let you have your cake and eat it

M4 (2014 – 2021)

Spacious, comfortable and wickedly fast, BMW’s M4 is proof you can have supercar-baiting performance in a relatively sensible package

M4 (2021)

The BMW M4 may look controversial, with its oversized grille and zany colours, but keen drivers will love how it feels behind the wheel

X1 (2022)

As a spacious small family SUV that’s good to drive and wears a desirable badge, the BMW X1 appeals on many levels

X2 (2018)

The BMW X2 is a more sporty version of the X1 family SUV, and prioritises style over practicality

X3 (2010 – 2018)

You don’t have to give up on a sporty feel with a relatively large, family-friendly SUV with a touch of luxury, as the BMW X3 proves

X3 (2018)

The BMW X3 proves that large, luxurious family-oriented SUVs can still have a sporty flavour and be fun to drive

X4 (2014 – 2018)

The BMW X4 is a coupe-SUV designed to suit people who want a family car with an extra dash of style over the closely-related BMW X3

X4 (2018)

Described as a sports activity vehicle by BMW, the X4 is essentially an SUV for buyers looking for something with a sporty twist

X5 (2013 – 2018)

Enjoyable to drive, comfortable, luxurious and with the option of seven seats, the BMW X5 is a car with very broad-ranging talents

X5 (2018)

As a large, luxurious and fun-to-drive SUV with a great range of engines, the BMW X5 is a car with very broad appeal

X6 (2015 – 2019)

Big and brash BMW X6 combines SUV ruggedness and sleek coupe looks, with mixed results.

X6 (2019)

The BMW X6 is meant to be a cross between a rugged SUV and a sporty coupe

X7 (2019)

Big and bold BMW X7 is spacious, luxurious and good to drive, but at this price it needs to feel even more special than it does.

Z4 (2018)

The Z4 is an economical sports car, with thrills thrown in – but there are quicker and more involving rivals