Pros Superb handling Potent engine Practical for the class Cons Heavy Polarising design Tight rear headroom A new generation of BMW M3 and BMW M4 is a big occasion for keen drivers, because the cars have a rock-solid reputation for being astonishingly competent performance cars. When this new car was launched, there was much more talk about its styling
Hard driving, aggressive tire wear, and a new set of non-OEM run-flats—the text came in from our test fleet manager, Erick Ayapana, describing the need to source new tires for the 228i xDrive because the current ones were worn beyond safe use. I told him I had recently driven the vehicle and hadn't seen any sort of excessive tire
We take this omission seriously. Plus, internet points matter less to us than driving satisfaction, so our long-term M3 has a mere 473 horsepower, rear-wheel drive, and a six-speed manual transmission. So far, we think it's the right one to live with for the next 40,000 miles. Say what you will about the M3's novelty-sized snout, we think the
It's been a long time coming, but BMW has now finally begun kicking the combustion engines out of the core of its model range. While this new i4 might not quite be the electric 3-series some of you are probably crying out for, being based on the same body-in-white as the 4-series Gran Coupe means you get a similar
So good you won’t care what it looks like PROS State of the art purpose-built electric car from BMW Impressive to drive with outstanding comfort and refinement Eye-catching interior, packed with user-friendly technology CONS Exterior design takes some getting used to Not all of the driver assistance tech works flawlessly Cheaper, more conventional BMW electric cars on the way
The X3’s midcycle update brings good tech upgrades and better looks. The last time we drove the third-gen BMW X3, we were a bit disappointed with its cabin design, technology, and overall position in the segment. The 2022 BMW X3 is trying to change that with its midcycle update, which involves a moderate improvement to its interior and exterior
The reveal of the all-new, eighth generation of the BMW 5-Series is scheduled for 2023, but sightings of camouflaged prototypes of the premium sedan combined with reports from insider sources have painted a pretty clear picture of what to expect. Additionally, a speculative rendering from Magnus.Concepts based on the prototypes give us a glimpse of what the upcoming 5er
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