Paul Horrell’s 2019 BMW X7 Review with Price, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Safety, Verdict and Score.
Toby Hagon’s 2019 BMW 330i Review With Price, Specs, Performance, Ride And Handling, Ownership, Safety, Verdict And Score.
The 2019 BMW X7 will arrive in Australia in May with two variants only initially and prices start from $119,000+ORC.
Isaac Bober’s 2019 BMW X5 xDrive 30d Review with Price, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Infotainment, Ownership, Safety, Verdict and Score.
The 2019 BMW X5 debuts the German car maker’s latest infotainment system and we take a quick look at it. Here’s our 2019 BMW X5 Infotainment Review.
The BMW X3 M and X4 M have been given the Competition treatment with both vehicles getting more power…
The 2019 BMW Z4 will arrive in Australia from April this year with prices starting at $84,900+ORC for the entry sDrive20i variant.
The 2019 BMW 3 Series will be priced from $67,900+ORC when the two-model range arrives in Australia in March. Performance AWD variant coming later in the year.
BMW sold more than 100,000 electrified vehicles in 2017 with 2018 figures set to hit around 150,000 sales. By 2025 it will have around 25 electrified vehicles in its range.
Paul Horrell’s 2019 BMW 3-Series Review with Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Practicality, Safety, Verdict and Score.
Toby Hagon’s 2019 BMW X5 Review With Pricing, Specs, Performance, Ride And Handling, Safety, Verdict And Score. In A Nutshell Fourth generation of BMW’s large luxury SUV is bigger than ever and it steps up the comfort and refinement. 2019 BMW X5 30d Specifications Price $112,990 Warranty 3 years, unlimited km
The all-new BMW X5 will go on-sale here in November with prices starting at $112,990+ORC for the xDrive30d.
Paul Horrell’s 2019 BMW X5 Review with Practicality, Infotainment, Performance, Ride and Handling, Safety, Verdict and Score.
The 2019 BMW X4 has been detailed ahead of its arrival Down Under towards the end of this year, with prices starting from $76,900+ORC.
Owners of the BMW i3 battery electric vehicle need to use renewable energy for 50,000km before it can even out the CO2 production deficit compared with the production of a petrol-powered 1 Series.