BMW, is an independent German automobile manufacturer founded in 1916. BMW is a worldwide manufacturer of high-performance and premium automobiles and motorcycles, and is the current parent company of both the MINI and Rolls-Royce car brands.

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  • BMW 1 Series 04 Intended to be a rival to the Audi A3, the 1 Series offers buyers exactly the same core BMW values as they will find in the rest of the range, including the fabled 50:50 weight distribution and rear-wheel drive.
  • BMW 3 Series Compact 98 BMW 3 Series Compact. The first step on the BMW ownership ladder comes in the shapely form of the Compact.
  • BMW 5 Despite a trend towards downsizing, the executive saloon sector remains an incredibly important one for BMW, and the latest version of the 5 Series will aim to maintain its previous sales figures in both the retail and company car markets.
  • BMW 5 Series (96-03) 96 BMW 5 Series (96-03). Despite the age of the 5 Series, only now are rival manufacturers starting to produce serious competition for this exceptional car.
  • BMW 5 Series 03 BMW 5 Series. There are some things in life in that can be virtually guaranteed.
  • BMW 6 BMW does not like to change a winning formula. The second generation 6 Series was a big success, so BMW has taken the same concept and addressed all the criticisms that were made of it.
  • BMW 7 Series 08 The fifth iteration of BMW's 7-series dons a very different look to it predecessor.
  • BMW 7 Series 94 BMW 7 Series. BMW's technological showcase has always been subject to a fair amount of criticism for its controversial styling, something that a mid-term facelift did little to stem.
  • BMW X1 BMW has recognised the unpopularity of SUVs in the current climate of environmental awareness and has followed the trend for downsizing by adding a smaller model to its X range, the X1.
  • BMW X3 The success of the X5 inevitably led to BMW downsizing the premium SUV formula to create the X3, yet the original model was somewhat wide of the mark.
  • BMW X5 Series 07 The 'old' generation BMW X5 had been around for seven years before BMW replaced it late in 2006 with this new car that, on the face of it, looked very similar.
  • BMW X6 Series 08 Anachronistic as it may seem now, the X6 made sense when BMW started to plan the launch of their 'Sports Activity Coupé' some four years ago, before the onset of vehicle downsizing.
  • BMW Z4 Although BMW might tell you otherwise, the last Z4 was not as successful as they wanted it to be.

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