Most current BMW models aren’t quite the ultimate driving machines of the past. Instead, they focus more on technology, comfort, refinement, and fuel efficiency. BMW still offers fun-to-drive sporty cars, such as the 2 Series coupe and M-designated models, along with very plush luxury cars and a wide variety of polished SUVs. The i sub-brand includes two electric cars, the small i3 and more performance-oriented i8. The iDrive infotainment control system has become more intuitive since its inception more than a decade ago. The line is being freshened with the 3 Series, 8 Series, X7, and Z4. Brand reliability and owner satisfaction rank highly for most models.
BMW is unlikely to provide loader vehicles, and says a fix is coming next year.
These all-wheel-drive SUVs are tops in performance in snowy conditions, based on CR member surveys.
BMW's convertible, two-door coupe, and four-door sedan lineup comes with six-figure prices .
The Ford F-150, Honda Passport, and others no longer have the designation, but 20 models gain it.