60 BMW used car reviews
1 Series Coupe
1 Series Hatchback
The BMW 1 Series is one of the best compact family hatchbacks. It’s...
2 Series Coupe
2 Series Sports
3 Series Coupe
The looks are unlikely to set your pulse racing, but the BMW 3 Seri...
3 Series Estate
The BMW 3 Series Touring might not be the most practical estate in...
The BMW 3 Series Touring is far from the biggest estate, but it's b...
3 Series Hatchback
Bigger and with greater seating flexibility than the regular car, t...
3 Series Saloon
The BMW 3 Series is one of the best used executive cars out there...
3 Series Sports
The BMW 3 Series Convertible is the best of both worlds – a coupe t...
The BMW 3 Series convertible is good to drive, desirable, roomy and...
4 Series Coupe
4 Series Sports
4 Series Gran Coupe Hatchback
5 Series Estate
Big, premium and stuffed with high-tech gadgets, the BMW 5 Series T...
It might not be the most commodious estate but BMW’s 5 Series Touri...
5 Series Saloon
Classy, comfortable, quiet and efficient, the multi-talented BMW 5...
The BMW 5 Series is a luxury executive saloon that's comfortable, e...
6 Series Coupe
6 Series Saloon
6 Series Sports
The BMW 6 Series Convertible is a luxurious grand tourer that's sur...
7 Series Saloon
The BMW 7 Series is a capable and spacious luxury saloon that's fun...
Munich-based BMW is most famous for its sports saloons, in particular the 3 Series and 5 Series. However, it actually builds almost every type of car imaginable: everything from two-seat convertibles to seven-seat MPVs.
The cheapest model in the BMW range is the 1 Series hatchback, which is a rival to the Audi A3, Mercedes-Benz A-Class and Volkswagen Golf. Meanwhile, at the other extreme is the i8 plug-in hybrid sports car, which costs more than £100,000.
BMW was also quick to capitalise on the rise of the SUV and now has six in its range: the X1, X2, X3, X4, X5 and X6.
All of this makes it one of the big three German prestige brands, along with Audi and Mercedes-Benz.