2018 BMW 2-Series Convertible

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2018 BMW 2-Series Coupe

The steady upsizing of BMW's iconic 3-Series left room for BMW to bring its smaller line of cars to the US market. With the introduction of the second generation model in 2014, the 1-Series became the 2-Series to follow BMW's revised naming conventions. When compared to the 4-Series, the 2-Series is about 8 inches shorter, 2 inches narrower and a thousand pounds lighter. Two models are offered with numeric designations tied to the powertrain offerings. The 228i equips a 240-bhp turbocharged four-cylinder engine, where the M235i equips a 3.0l inline six-cylinder engine rated at 322-bhp. Pricing starts at around $33,000 for the 228i, which is about $8000 less than the 428i, but expensive option groups quickly inflate the price. Regardless, the 2-Series coupe is one of the best price / performance values on the market.

2018 BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo

The 3-Series Gran Turismo is a five-door variant of the 3-Series sedan. The Gran Turismo trades the trunk for fastback styling, and a hatchback. Unlike the X4 crossover, the Gran Turismo rides on a longer wheelbase which increases both legroom and cargo capacity. BMW's xDrive AWD is standard on all models. Powertrain choices include 2.0l four-cylinder (330i) and a 3.0l inline six (340i). With a wide array of 3-Series variants to choose from, the Gran Turismo is a niche vehicle that will only appeal to someone looking for something different.

2018 BMW 3-Series sedan

The BMW 3-Series has been considered a benchmark sedan for decades. The 3-Series is offered with a wide array of powertrain choices including four-cylinder gas (320i, 330i) four-cylinder diesel (328d), inline six-cylinder (340i, M3), and hybrid gas/electric (330e). Most models offer BMW's optional xDrive all-wheel-drive system. Base prices on 3-Series models can be misleading due to the fact that commonly included standard equipment like heated seats or leather upholstery are options which add quickly to the price. The BMW 3-Series sedan is now part of a larger family of vehicles including the 4-Series coupe/convertible, 4-Series Gran Coupe four-door, 3-Series Gran Turismo five-door, and also the X4 crossover fastback.

2018 BMW 3-Series Wagon

The 3-Series has long been the standard-bearer in one of the industry's most competitive segments and is still offered in a traditional wagon body style. Since US buyers tend to ignore station wagons, there are only two models offered: a gas powered four-cylinder 330i, and the diesel powered four-cylinder 328d. BMW's xDrive all-wheel-drive system is standard on both models. There are now a number 3-Series related models which include the hatchback Gran Turismo and X4 crossover. Unlike the Gran Turismo, the wagon retains the same dimensions as the sedan without the increased ride height of the X4. Starting at around $43,000, the 3-Series wagon offers all the style and amenities of the sedan, with an extra dose of utility in the back.

2018 BMW 5-Series sedan

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2018 BMW 6-Series Convertible

The 6-Series is BMW's most exclusive 2-door model series. With a base price of over $90,000, this four passenger convertible model is almost without equal. BMW's German competitors offer convertible roadsters in this price range, but the 6-Series manages to keep a tight but usable rear seat. There are several four-passenger convertibles for less money including BMW's own 3-Series convertible. The convertible is a power-retractable soft top that opens in 19 seconds and closes in 24 seconds. The 650i equips a 400-bhp 4.4l V8 under the hood which is paired with an either a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic. The 640i model pairs BMW's 3.0L inline six with an eight-speed automatic to achieve an impressive EPA rating of 21 / 31 (city / highway). BMW claims that the 650i convertible can sprint to 60MPH in 4.9s. Like other modern BMW models, the 6-Series is chock full of exotic materials and cutting-edge driving aids. Owners can brag about the standard 10.2-inch center screen or the 20-way adjustable seats (650i).

2018 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo

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2018 BMW i3

The BMW i3 is a purpose built electric vehicle intended to appeal to urban customers. The i3 is a four-passenger model with a hatchback. Access to the rear seat is provided by two rear-hinged access doors. The rear-mounted electric is rated at 170-bhp and drives the rear wheels. For drivers that worry about the electric driving range, the i3 is available with a 38-bhp 650cc two-cylinder gasoline range extender engine. The range extender is used to provide electricity and does not drive the wheels. The i3 has a uniquely styled interior with upright seating.

2018 BMW X1

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2018 BMW X2

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2018 BMW X3

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2018 BMW X5

Arguably the first SUV that put the emphasis on "Sport", the BMW X5 is now in its third generation. The X5 has grown large enough to add an optional third row seat. Engine choices include a inline-6 gas, inline-6 diesel or V-8. Most models are equipped with xDrive AWD. Safety & handling enhancements include Active Roll Stabilization, Dynamic Traction Control, rearview camera, and Adaptive Drive. The X5 is produced in South Carolina.

2018 BMW X6

The BMW is a highly specialized alternative to the X5. BMW stylists replaced the wagon-like backend and third row seat with a sharply raked fastback profile. The result defies categorization. The X6 has the all-wheel-drive and tall stance of an SUV, but little of the utility. Inside there is seating for up to five and a shallow storage area in the hatch. The X6 comes with a couple of different powertrains. Like other BMW vehicles, the X6 has a long list of technological features. Prices start at over $60,000.

2019 BMW 4-Series convertible

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2019 BMW 4-Series coupe

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2019 BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe

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2019 BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe

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2019 BMW 7-Series

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2019 BMW i8

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2019 BMW i8 Roadster

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2019 BMW X4

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