Posts Tagged ‘BMW’

Inside The 2020 BMW 5 Series: A Luxurious Sports Sedan

BMW’s 5-Series have traditionally been high-performance sports sedans that focused on power and handling over comfort. However, BMW aims to change all that with its newest 2020 model. This redesign takes the 5-Series up a notch in terms of luxury. The roomier new 5-Series can be equipped with a wide range of features and amenities…

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Inside Peek at the 2019 BMW X3

BMW has long maintained a reputation for producing fun-to-drive automobiles. So, it comes as no surprise that the 2019 BMW X3 ranks among today’s most exciting small luxury crossovers. You’ll love the X3’s sensational handling and responsive performance. However, this German-engineered crossover also gets high marks for its comfortable seating. Despite the SUV’s compact design, generous legroom makes it a great choice for families. With a starting MSRP of $41,000, the 2019 BMW X3 is a good alternative to the larger and more expensive BMW X5.

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Inside Look at the 2019 BMW 3 Series

The last 3 Series generation, introduced in 2011, ushered in several changes that some felt robbed the line of its unique spirit. It’s safe to say that the Bavarian manufacturer was listening. With an all-new generation scheduled to roll off the line beginning in 2019, the seventh iteration of the series has been hailed as a return to form. BMW has clearly put a lot of effort into trying to rekindle the magic that so often made the 3 Series a joy to drive and to own, but is it worth the starting MSRP of $40,250?

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BMW’s 2018 4-Series: Quadruple the Models

Audi might have their A, S, and RS lineups, and Mercedes-Benz may classify their models, but BMWs come in a series, like all good things. And like all German-made cars, expect to pay a bit more than you would for a Honda or Toyota. All the same, there are quite a few upgrades and creature comforts you’ll enjoy in any BMW, despite the cost. BMW has a strong track record with the M-badged models. So, whether you’re looking for a convertible to cruise in, a stylish family sedan, or a two-door built for a pair, BMW has the right car — and series — for you.

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2018 BMW X5: An Aging and Expensive Icon

It only feels like the BMW X5 has been on the road forever. The luxury SUV, or “sport activity vehicle” as the automaker refers to it, debuted in 1999 and has become a staple of the suburbs. The current-generation X5 debuted in 2014 and is at the end of its life cycle. That said, the aging SUV still carries plenty of appeal and is available in a style to suit almost every need.

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