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2015 BMW 228

New 2015 BMW 228 See 2014

MSRP: $32,100 to $33,900
Invoice: $29,530 to $31,190

2015 BMW 320

New 2015 BMW 320 See 2014

MSRP: $32,950 to $34,950
Invoice: $30,315 to $32,155

2015 BMW 328

New 2015 BMW 328 See 2014

MSRP: $37,500 to $41,950
Invoice: $34,500 to $38,595

2015 BMW 328 Gran Turismo

New 2015 BMW 328 Gran Turismo See 2014

MSRP: $41,850
Invoice: $38,500

2014 BMW 328d

New 2014 BMW 328d

MSRP: $38,600 to $42,950
Invoice: $35,510 to $39,515

2014 BMW 335

New 2014 BMW 335

MSRP: $43,400 to $45,400
Invoice: $39,930 to $41,770

2015 BMW 335 Gran Turismo

New 2015 BMW 335 Gran Turismo See 2014

MSRP: $47,250
Invoice: $43,470

2015 BMW 428

New 2015 BMW 428 See 2014

MSRP: $40,500 to $50,750
Invoice: $37,260 to $46,690

2015 BMW 428 Gran Coupe

New 2015 BMW 428 Gran Coupe

MSRP: $40,300 to $42,300
Invoice: $37,075 to $38,915

2015 BMW 435

New 2015 BMW 435 See 2014

MSRP: $46,000 to $56,900
Invoice: $42,320 to $52,350

2015 BMW 435 Gran Coupe

New 2015 BMW 435 Gran Coupe

MSRP: $45,800 to $47,800
Invoice: $42,135 to $43,975

2015 BMW 528

New 2015 BMW 528 See 2014

MSRP: $49,950 to $52,250
Invoice: $45,955 to $48,070

2014 BMW 535

New 2014 BMW 535

MSRP: $55,100 to $57,400
Invoice: $50,690 to $52,810

2014 BMW 535 Gran Turismo

New 2014 BMW 535 Gran Turismo See 2013

MSRP: $60,200 to $62,500
Invoice: $55,385 to $57,500

2014 BMW 535d

New 2014 BMW 535d

MSRP: $56,600 to $58,900
Invoice: $52,070 to $54,190

2015 BMW 550

New 2015 BMW 550 See 2014

MSRP: $64,900 to $67,200
Invoice: $59,710 to $61,825

2014 BMW 550 Gran Turismo

New 2014 BMW 550 Gran Turismo See 2013

MSRP: $68,100 to $70,400
Invoice: $62,650 to $64,770

2015 BMW 640

New 2015 BMW 640 See 2014

MSRP: $76,100 to $86,600
Invoice: $70,010 to $79,670

2015 BMW 640 Gran Coupe

New 2015 BMW 640 Gran Coupe See 2014

MSRP: $78,300 to $81,300
Invoice: $72,035 to $74,795

2015 BMW 650

New 2015 BMW 650 See 2014

MSRP: $87,400 to $97,900
Invoice: $80,410 to $90,070

2015 BMW 650 Gran Coupe

New 2015 BMW 650 Gran Coupe See 2014

MSRP: $89,600 to $92,600
Invoice: $82,430 to $85,190

2015 BMW 740

New 2015 BMW 740 See 2014

MSRP: $74,000 to $82,500
Invoice: $68,080 to $75,900

2015 BMW 750

New 2015 BMW 750 See 2014

MSRP: $87,300 to $94,000
Invoice: $80,315 to $86,480

2014 BMW 760

New 2014 BMW 760 See 2013

MSRP: $141,200
Invoice: $129,905

2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 3

New 2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 3

MSRP: $49,650
Invoice: $45,680

2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 5

New 2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 5

MSRP: $61,400
Invoice: $56,490

2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 740

New 2013 BMW ActiveHybrid 740

MSRP: $84,300
Invoice: $77,555

2014 BMW i3

New 2014 BMW i3

MSRP: $41,350 to $45,200
Invoice: $38,040 to $41,585

2014 BMW M235

New 2014 BMW M235

MSRP: $43,100
Invoice: $39,650

2013 BMW M3

New 2013 BMW M3

MSRP: $60,100 to $69,050
Invoice: $55,290 to $63,525

2015 BMW M4

New 2015 BMW M4

MSRP: $64,200 to $72,500
Invoice: $59,065 to $66,700

2014 BMW M5

New 2014 BMW M5

MSRP: $92,900
Invoice: $85,470

2015 BMW M6

New 2015 BMW M6 See 2014

MSRP: $111,900 to $118,200
Invoice: $102,950 to $108,745

2015 BMW M6 Gran Coupe

New 2015 BMW M6 Gran Coupe See 2014

MSRP: $115,700
Invoice: $106,445

2015 BMW X1

New 2015 BMW X1 See 2014

MSRP: $30,900 to $38,800
Invoice: $28,430 to $35,695

2015 BMW X3

New 2015 BMW X3 See 2014

MSRP: $38,500 to $45,500
Invoice: $35,420 to $41,860

2015 BMW X4

New 2015 BMW X4

MSRP: $44,700 to $48,000
Invoice: $41,125 to $44,160

2015 BMW X5

New 2015 BMW X5 See 2014

MSRP: $53,200 to $69,100
Invoice: $48,945 to $63,570

2013 BMW X5 M

New 2013 BMW X5 M

MSRP: $88,850
Invoice: $81,740

2014 BMW X6

New 2014 BMW X6

MSRP: $60,800 to $71,400
Invoice: $55,935 to $65,690

2014 BMW X6 M

New 2014 BMW X6 M See 2013

MSRP: $93,900
Invoice: $86,390

2015 BMW Z4

New 2015 BMW Z4 See 2014

MSRP: $48,950 to $65,800
Invoice: $45,035 to $60,535

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BMW Overview

BMW makes big changes to its lineup for 2014, introducing the new 2-Series and 4-Series of coupes, along with a few new variants of familiar models.

The 1-Series of sporty coupes/convertibles have been replaced by the 2-Series for 2014, which feature styling and proportions that are more similar to rest of the BMW’s cars than the stocky 1-Series. There will be two 2-Series models at launch, the 228 and the M235.

BMW's bread and butter 3-series also adds models for 2014, including Gran Turismo (touring) versions of the 328 and 335, as well as a diesel variant (328d). The coupe/convertible versions of the 3-series have been separated into the newly christened 4-Series, which leaves the sedan, sport wagon, and now Gran Turismo bodystyles. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while an xDrive all-wheel drive system is newly offered on the sedan but standard on the wagon.

The 4-Series is new for 2014 and covers the convertible/coupe versions of the former 3-series. They retain the same engines as their 3-series counterparts. Both the M3 and M4 take 2014 off, but will return after a redesign in 2015.

The 5-series is now offered in four versions, the 528, 535, 550, and M5, each getting its own engine. The 528 gets a 240-hp, turbocharged four-cylinder and the xDrive system as an option. Both the 535 and 550 are also available in “hatchback” form as the 535 Gran Turismo and 550 Gran Turismo. The 550 Gran Turismo's twin-turbo V-8 gets a bump up to 445-hp for 2013.

The sporty 6-series coupes and convertibles added two four-door  models last year, 640 Gran Coupe and 650 Gran Coupe. The 640 and 640 Gran Coupe share a 315-hp, turbocharged inline-six while the 650 and 650 Gran Coupe have the same 445-hp twin-turbo V-8 found in the 550. BMW’s iDrive infotainment system comes standard, as is a backup camera.

Topping out BMW’s lineup of passenger cars is the 7-series of flagship sedans, which represent the pinnacle of BMW luxury, while maintaining a performance edge. The 7-series offers four variants to choose from: the 740, 750, 760, and the green ActiveHybrid 740. The different variations again refer to the different available engines, a V-6 for the 740, a V-8 for the 750, and an enormous V-12 for the 760.

BMW also makes a roadster in the form of the Z4 convertible and its standard folding hardtop.

Also offered is a quarter of crossovers, each with different sizes and aims. All of them, save the X1, come with xDrive all-wheel drive standard. The X1 debuted last year, slotting in below to the X3 to become the smallest crossover that BMW offers. It features RWD standard, and your choice of turbocharged four- or six-cylinder engines.

The X3 compact crossover offers two turbocharged engine options and a standard eight-speed automatic.

Moving up, the midsize X5 crossover was the first crossover offered by BMW, and it gets a full redesign for 2014 with new exterior styling and a big upgrade for its in-cabin technology offerings. The xDrive35d diesel trim also returns after taking a year off. The X6 combines the styling and performance of a coupe in the body of a crossover and is one of the most uniquely styled cars on the road today and BMW actually refers to the X6 as a “sport activity coupe,” with two available engines that output 300- and 400-hp respectively.

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