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BMW’s 3 Series—the core model in the German sport luxury automaker’s “Ultimate Driving Machine” lineup for 40 years and top-volume model in the U.S. market—is refreshed for 2016. BMW also introduces a redone flagship 7 Series sedan that features the company’s latest technology, including Gesture Control for operating infotainment functions in the cockpit. Also for 2016, enhanced Bluetooth with text messaging, extra mic, synching phonebooks, and USB connectivity is standard on more models. In addition, BMW introduces its X1 small premium SUV and updates the 6 Series coupe and convertible models. BMW’s first plug-in-hybrid SUV—the X4 xDrive40e—is added to the lineup. And for sport driving enthusiasts, some M variants receive a new Competition package option with handling upgrades and extra power.

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2016 BMW X4

  • $45,250 - $57,800 MSRP
  • $42,130 - $53,675 Invoice
  • City 19 / Hwy 26 MPG
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2016 BMW X5 eDrive

  • $62,100 - $62,100 MSRP
  • $57,630 - $57,630 Invoice
  • City 0 / Hwy 0 MPG
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2016 BMW M2

  • $51,700 - $51,700 MSRP
  • $48,065 - $48,065 Invoice
  • City 19 / Hwy 24 MPG
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2015 BMW 2 Series

  • $32,100 - $47,700 MSRP
  • $30,030 - $44,385 Invoice
  • City 21 / Hwy 32 MPG
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