BMW have declared 2020 to be the year of reinvigoration. The German sports luxury car maker continues to roll out uipdates in 2020 and the latest is to the mid-sized sedan, the 5 Series. The range brings the seventh generation 5 Series to market with: 520i, 530i, 530d, 530e PHEV, M550i xDrive and M550i xDrive […]Read More Take 5: BMW’s Mid Size Saloon Updated.
BMW continue to roll out new or updated models at an astonishing rate in 2020. For the brand’s M Pure range, there will be another two models being added. Dubbed M135i xDrive Pure and M235i xDrive Pure, they’ll come with an extensive range of standard equipment and sharp pricing. The M135i xDrive Pure is priced […]Read More BMW M135i xDrive Pure And M235i xDrive Pure Continues 2020 Onslaught.
BMW Australia has confirmed the 4 Series Coupe is set for an October 2020 launch date down under. There’s plenty to look at and plenty to like in this striking new machine. BMW’s TwinPower turbo technology is applied to a pair of four cylinder engines and a six. BMW says the fours will produce 135kW […]Read More October Faction: BMW Set To Launch 4 Series Coupe.
BMW has the wherewithal to build a car for all segments, potentially even a segment or two that don’t exist. The 6 Series Gran Tourismo could be considered to be a segment creator. An update has just been released and here’s what we know. Outside there has been a redesign of each end. BMW’s fixation […]Read More Looking Smart: 2021 BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo.
BMW has pulled off a bit of a coup. Not content with aiming to win one Car of the Year award, they’ve achieved a rare double by having two cars named as COTY winners in different categories. Their X5 and 330i sedan have been nominated by Drive as the winners of Large Luxury SUV of […]Read More BMW Takes Two Crowns: Best Large Luxury SUV and Best Medium Luxury Car.
It’s fair to say that the Chinese company Haval doesn’t have a widely known presence in Australia. There’s some advertising on TV in early 2018 to let people know of the four model range, including the H2. It’s not unhandsome to look at, not bad to be in, and is well priced and equipped. But […]Read More 2018 Haval H2: Car Review.
Use your vision to avoid a collision. When I learned to drive, or, more correctly, was taught to drive by an instructor, there was more to it than simply strapping in and engaging a gear, whether it be manual or auto. Seating position, mirrors in the right place, looking around before moving off were part […]Read More Wheels Of Change: Ian Luff and Drive To Survive.
It’s no secret that Kia is on the march; a raft of new and revamped models released or on the way are sending well deserved shivers down the automotive spines of its competitors, including sister company of sorts, Hyundai. Taking the lovely Sorento Platinum out of the equation, Kia’s first true luxury car, the Quoris, […]Read More Kia sings a chorus for the new Quoris
BMW and their M Sport packages are synonymous with quality and it’s now available for the 3 series sedan. Already a sweet looking car with a great ride, the package adds a 10 mm lower ride height, 19 inch M badged alloys, the M aero package and the “BMW Individual High-Gloss Shadow Line” including the […]Read More Get Three to a dressup, says BMW