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2016 BMW 228

New 2016 BMW 228

MSRP: $32,850 to $40,650
Invoice: $30,720 to $37,900

2016 BMW 320

New 2016 BMW 320

MSRP: $33,150 to $35,150
Invoice: $31,000 to $32,840

2016 BMW 328

New 2016 BMW 328

MSRP: $38,350 to $42,650
Invoice: $35,780 to $39,740

2016 BMW 328 Gran Turismo

New 2016 BMW 328 Gran Turismo See 2015

MSRP: $43,000
Invoice: $40,060

2016 BMW 328d

New 2016 BMW 328d See 2015

MSRP: $39,850 to $44,150
Invoice: $37,160 to $41,120

2016 BMW 330e

New 2016 BMW 330e

MSRP: $43,700
Invoice: $40,705

2015 BMW 335

New 2015 BMW 335

MSRP: $43,750 to $45,750
Invoice: $40,750 to $42,590

2016 BMW 335 Gran Turismo

New 2016 BMW 335 Gran Turismo See 2015

MSRP: $49,200
Invoice: $45,765

2016 BMW 340

New 2016 BMW 340

MSRP: $45,800 to $47,800
Invoice: $42,635 to $44,475

2016 BMW 428

New 2016 BMW 428

MSRP: $41,850 to $52,000
Invoice: $39,000 to $48,340

2016 BMW 428 Gran Coupe

New 2016 BMW 428 Gran Coupe See 2015

MSRP: $41,650 to $43,650
Invoice: $38,820 to $40,660

2016 BMW 435

New 2016 BMW 435

MSRP: $48,150 to $58,950
Invoice: $44,800 to $54,735

2016 BMW 435 Gran Coupe

New 2016 BMW 435 Gran Coupe See 2015

MSRP: $47,950 to $49,950
Invoice: $44,615 to $46,455

2016 BMW 528

New 2016 BMW 528

MSRP: $50,200 to $52,500
Invoice: $46,685 to $48,800

2016 BMW 535

New 2016 BMW 535

MSRP: $55,850 to $58,150
Invoice: $51,880 to $54,000

2016 BMW 535d

New 2016 BMW 535d See 2015

MSRP: $57,350 to $59,650
Invoice: $53,260 to $55,380

2016 BMW 550

New 2016 BMW 550 See 2015

MSRP: $66,300 to $68,600
Invoice: $61,495 to $63,610

2015 BMW 550 Gran Turismo

New 2015 BMW 550 Gran Turismo

MSRP: $69,100 to $71,400
Invoice: $64,070 to $66,190

2016 BMW 640

New 2016 BMW 640

MSRP: $77,300 to $87,800
Invoice: $71,615 to $81,275

2016 BMW 640 Gran Coupe

New 2016 BMW 640 Gran Coupe See 2015

MSRP: $79,500 to $82,500
Invoice: $73,640 to $76,400

2016 BMW 650

New 2016 BMW 650

MSRP: $88,700 to $99,200
Invoice: $82,105 to $91,765

2016 BMW 650 Gran Coupe

New 2016 BMW 650 Gran Coupe See 2015

MSRP: $90,900 to $93,900
Invoice: $84,130 to $86,890

2016 BMW 740

New 2016 BMW 740 See 2015

MSRP: $81,300
Invoice: $75,295

2016 BMW 750

New 2016 BMW 750

MSRP: $94,400 to $97,400
Invoice: $87,350 to $90,110

2015 BMW 760

New 2015 BMW 760

MSRP: $141,200
Invoice: $130,405

2016 BMW i3

New 2016 BMW i3

MSRP: $42,400 to $46,250
Invoice: $39,510 to $43,050

2016 BMW i8

New 2016 BMW i8

MSRP: $140,700
Invoice: $129,945

2016 BMW M235

New 2016 BMW M235

MSRP: $44,150 to $50,750
Invoice: $41,120 to $47,190

2016 BMW M3

New 2016 BMW M3

MSRP: $63,500
Invoice: $58,920

2016 BMW M4

New 2016 BMW M4

MSRP: $65,700 to $133,205
Invoice: $60,945 to $123,050

2016 BMW M5

New 2016 BMW M5

MSRP: $94,100
Invoice: $87,070

2016 BMW M6

New 2016 BMW M6

MSRP: $113,400 to $119,700
Invoice: $104,830 to $110,625

2016 BMW M6 Gran Coupe

New 2016 BMW M6 Gran Coupe See 2015

MSRP: $117,200
Invoice: $108,325

2016 BMW X1

New 2016 BMW X1

MSRP: $34,800
Invoice: $32,515

2016 BMW X3

New 2016 BMW X3

MSRP: $38,950 to $46,800
Invoice: $36,335 to $43,555

2016 BMW X4

New 2016 BMW X4

MSRP: $45,250 to $57,800
Invoice: $42,130 to $53,675

2016 BMW X5

New 2016 BMW X5

MSRP: $54,700 to $71,500
Invoice: $50,825 to $66,280

2016 BMW X5 eDrive

New 2016 BMW X5 eDrive

MSRP: $62,100
Invoice: $57,630

2016 BMW X6

New 2016 BMW X6

MSRP: $60,600 to $75,300
Invoice: $56,250 to $69,775

2015 BMW X6 M

New 2015 BMW X6 M

MSRP: $102,100
Invoice: $94,430

2016 BMW Z4

New 2016 BMW Z4

MSRP: $49,700 to $66,350
Invoice: $46,225 to $61,540

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BMW Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $32,850 (2-Series) to $81,300 (7-Series)

BMW has upheld a long reputation as the “Ultimate Driving Machine”. Performance has always taken precedence for each of its luxury vehicles. For 2016, BMW is introducing a few new variants to their lineup, including the M2, 330e plug-in hybrid, 340, and X5 eDrive.

Let’s start with the agile 2-Series. It comes as a coupe or a convertible with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. Two models are available: the 228 and the M235.

Ever since the 2-Series had been conceived, driving enthusiasts have been waiting for the M2 Coupe. Finally, it has arrived and promises incredible performance. Powering the M2 is a 365-hp, twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter 6-cylinder mated to a standard 6-speed manual transmission or optional 7-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. An integrated navigation system comes standard.

The 3-Series line of sport wagons and sedans have been given a mid-cycle update, which includes subtle changes to the exterior, LED headlights, and suspension and steering revisions. Returning 3-Series models include the 320, 328, 328d, and 335 Gran Turismo.

The 330e is a new hybrid that offers a 14-mile electric car range (approximately 240 miles total) and a fun driving experience. It is powered by a 248-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter 4 cylinder, combined with an electric motor, an 8-speed automatic, and rear-wheel drive.

The new 340 sedan boasts a new 320-hp, turbocharged 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine mated to an 8-automatic and rear-wheel drive. A 6-speed manual transmission is available at no extra cost. All-wheel drive is also available.

The 4-Series line of performance 2-door, 4-door, and convertible coupes also returns. It includes the 428, 428 Gran Coupe, 435, and 435 Gran Coupe.

Few luxury sedans are considered to be finer than the 5-Series. It comes as a standard 4-door sedan or a sedan with a liftback. Models include the 528, 535, 535d, 535 Gran Turismo, 550, and 550 Gran Turismo.

Various changes have been made to the 6-Series coupe, convertible, and 4-door Gran Coupe. The front fascia opens slightly wider, giving it a more athletic appearance. 6-cylinder models also have larger tail pipe openings.

The redesigned 7-Series has been given a weight reduction, more interior amenities, and a longer wheelbase. BMW’s familiar dual kidney front grille has its largest iteration yet, sinking into the front bumper. LED headlights are now standard.  

The compact X1 SUV has been redesigned with more passenger room and a new powertrain. Its new exterior has sharper body lines and a larger dual kidney front grille, which is similar to the X5. While rear-wheel drive is no longer an option, all-wheel drive comes standard.

The X3, X4, and X6 get enhanced USB and Bluetooth connectivity for phone and audio. A Harmon Kardon premium audio system is now standard on the X3 xDrive35i model.

A plug-in hybrid variant for the X5 is now available: the X5 eDrive. It is powered by a 2.0-liter 4 cylinder paired with an electronic motor and all-wheel drive. It has a 13-mile electric range.

Driving enthusiasts, who are looking for even more excitement, still have a lot of options with the M3, M4, M5, M6, X5 M, and X6 M.

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