There are a lot of BMW cars on the road nowadays, but which ones should you consider driving? Here is the 6 I’d recommend.
1. BMW Z4
This is a two-seater rear-wheel-drive BMW, and in many ways it’s a little out of the ordinary for them. BMW isn’t a manufacturer that’s known for creating cars that are fast and small. It tends to be much better at creating those mid-size, mid-range cars that we all know and love. And that’s perhaps why the BMW Z4 surprised a lot of people when it was first unleashed onto the market. You should definitely take it for a spin if you want something sporty.
2. BMW i3
The BMW i3 stands as the most revolutionary mainstream electric car on the market right now. Not only does it not use fuel to get it moving, but it also looks great and is designed with unrivalled precision and style. No other electric car can really stand up to this one. It makes all the other electric cars on the market already look a bit old-fashioned and behind the times. For BMW fans who want to drive sustainably, the i3 is the car for you.
3. BMW M3
The BMW M3 is basically a high-performance version of the 3 Series. Yet, it’s always been a car that has impressed fans of the BMW brand. And it’s been around for a long time now – it’s 30 years since the first one was released in 1985. The latest iteration of the M3 made huge leaps forward though. The steering and handling are far more responsive than it’s ever been before. Some people complained that the improvements weren’t big enough. But all those little changes soon add up.
4. BMW X5
As far as SUVs go, the BMW X5 is one of the very best. Yes, there’s the Nissan Qashqai, but even that car has nothing on the X5 if you ask me. It has an efficient engine and all the room even the largest family could need. They’re not as expensive as you might think to look at them either. The used models can be found for especially good prices. You can easily find one in good condition for less than £30,000 from Imperial Car Supermarket.
5. BMW 3 Series Touring
There are not enough great estate cars on the market, at least not in Europe. But one car that continues to buck that trend is the BMW 3 Series Touring. It leads the estate car field with ease. In fact, no other manufacturer is even coming close to challenging BMW for their crown. If an estate car is what you’re after, this one is the one for you.
6. BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe
BMW has an eye for a well-designed car, it’s what they’re best at. And the best car of them all is the 6 Series Gran Coupe. It’s a car that exudes style and sophistication. Sure, you pay for that level of luxury, but what do you expect? If you want the best, you have to be prepared to pay for the best.