BMW 5 Series M Sport review


The 5 Series M Sport trim makes up more than half of the sales of the popular executive saloon, making it highly desirable.

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2019 BMW 3 Series Unveiled At Paris Motor Show 2018

BMW has officially pulled the wraps off the new generation 3 Series sedan at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. The car was teased by BMW in a video of the 3 Series being produced at the company’s plant.
First let’s talk about the aesthetics. The new 3 Series, or G20 in BMW speak, echoes the design of the 5 Series but yet sets itself apart. The front looks muscular and butch thanks to the contoured bonnet and slightly flared wheel arches. The front apron, too, is rather deep and the familiar twin laser headlamps now flank a much larger kidney grille

Compared to the model it replaces, the new 3 Series is 76mm longer, 37mm wider but sits slightly lower. The wheelbase has increased by 41mm and the front and rear track is wider by 43mm and 21mm wider, respectively. The G20 is also 55kg lighter than the current car and boasts of a drag coefficient of just 0.23.

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New BMW 3-series revealed: G20 debuts in Paris

2019 BMW 3 Series revealed in Paris

The all-new BMW 3 Series has officially been unveiled at the Paris motor show, after a set of renders leaked overnight.

Measuring 4709mm long, 1827mm wide and 1442mm tall, the car is larger in every dimension than the model it replaces. The wheelbase has grown by 41mm, too, and the tracks have grown front (+43mm) and rear (+21mm).

The lights also have a small notch cut out of them, something we haven't necessarily seen before. LED headlights are standard across the range, with a laserlight setup capable of casting light more than 500m down the road available as an option.

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2019 BMW X5 First Review

Ever since it was introduced nearly two decades ago, the BMW X5 has bristled at the notion of being called a sport utility vehicle, or SUV. From the start, BMW called it an ‘SAV’ ‘ that’s for ‘Sports Activity Vehicle,’ thank you very much. And since its introduction for the 2000 model year, the X5 has lived up to that nomenclature. Compared to rivals like the Acura MDX, Lexus RX and Mercedes-Benz GLE (formerly, the M-Class), this German luxury hauler has indeed felt more athletic, more nimble, more… well, BMW-like.

Fast-forward to today and we are knocking on the door of the all-new 2019 X5, slated to go on sale in November. This marks the fourth generation of this midsize luxury crossover SUV, and with it come the expected upgrades to technology, safety, power, and amenities. As before, it comes in standard form with two rows and seating for five, or with an optional small third row and seating for seven.

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