In a turn of events that shouldn't be surprising, considering they are one of the best automakers in this world, BMW has garnered yet another great achievement. This time, the achievement comes from Edmunds.com, a notable car website that features everything there is to know about the type of car you want. Edmunds.com features how to locate used cars, locate new cars, vehicle reviews from nearly every lineup and tips and advice on what to do with your vehicle.
BMW's ongoing name-swapping and new-model-proliferation spree is about to come to another head: the 2015 2-Series has been spied in testing again, this time on video. Replacing the car we now know as the 1-Series coupe, the 2-Series looks a bit sleeker, but is expected to offer the same powertrains we're already familiar with. Then again, if it's not broke, why fix it, right?
It had to happen. BMW has made a four-door coupe, following the bandwagon started by the Mercedes-Benz CLS and jumped on by the Audi A7 Sportback. This is the 2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe. For those already wondering what to do with their legs, the GC is 4.4 inches longer than the regular 6 Series coupe, so that means a little extra rear space.
Take a SUV-like vehicle a hair larger than the diminutive MINI Countryman, add a beefy chassis, beefy wheels with a beefy price tag and ‘WAMMO” a tiny BMW for the affluent. The BMW X1 has been for sale overseas for a few years. Not wanting to fight the poor U.S dollar, the X1 was halted for distribution in the States when it was introduced as a 2010 model overseas.