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BMW is a German automaker that was founded in 1916 and has its headquarters in Munich. It produces over 2.5 million vehicles per year, and also owns the subsidiaries Mini and Rolls-Royce.
In Australia, there are currently over 30 BMW models available, including a number of electric vehicle models.
Read our reviews of popular BMW models and see how they fared in our Finder Score below.
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The Finder Score is an aggregate of the ratings of the vehicle given by a range of expert car reviews. On the Finder car review page you will be able to see each individual rating as well as the Finder Score to help you make your decision.
Hands-on BMW reviews and news...
Australians love their performance SUVs, and BMW is back with beefed up X3 M and X4 M Competition models.Read more…
Sibling rivalry: Which is better – the BMW 430i Coupé or the entry-level 420i Coupé?Read more…
This hard-revving BMW M4 Competition soft-top will shake up pre-conceived notions about the convertible car.Read more…
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BMW car insurance
When you decide to buy a premium car, you'll also need to consider your BMW car insurance options. The average BMW 3 Series car insurance rate is $154 a month — or $1,640 a year. You can compare your car insurance options below.
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