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Test Drive: 2019 BMW X7
Coming off a record-breaking sales year, BME created only modest changes to its 2016 lineup, mostly in style tweaks and engine upgrades, proving that the company set its sights on making its vehicles the best they could be instead of spreading itself too thin. The 6-series saw some minor changes to the grille and added a sport exhaust option and the 3-series got improved handling, a new style for the front, and a new engine that outperforms its predecessor...
The 2016 BMW 2 Series line of vehicles offers several new updates for the model year, including new standard features.
For 2016, the BMW 3 Series adds a few new members to its lineup, including a plug-in hybrid model and the 340i.
The 2016 BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo combines the cargo space of an SUV with the nimbler handling of a sedan.
The 2016 BMW 4 Series comes in three engine levels and three sizes, including a four-door Gran Coupe, hatchback model.
The 2016 BMW 5 Series comes offers a lot of choices, with model options ranging from a high-powered M5 to a fuel-efficient hybrid.
The hatchback member of the 5 series, the 2016 BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo offers more cargo space and legroom than its siblings.
Available as a coupe, convertible and Gran Coupe (aka sedan), the 2016 BMW 6 series gets a refresh inside and out.
For 2016, the BMW 7 Series is bigger than ever, as only long-wheelbase versions of the flagship sedan are available in the US.
A completely new option for 2016, the BMW M2 is based on the German carmaker's 2 series coupe.
The top-of-the-line member of the 3 Series, the 2016 BMW M3 has an aggressive exterior and potent engine under the hood.
The performance member of the 4 Series family, the 2016 BMW M4 can go from zero to 60 in the blink of an eye.
Considered the "ultimate" 5 Series model, the 2016 BMW M5 is the only member of the 5 Series family to offer a manual transmission.
The 2016 BMW M6 coupe has bigger wheels than other members of the 6 Series family and the most powerful engine available.
The smallest SUV produced by BMW, the 2016 BMW X1 marks the start of an all-new generation for the two-row crossover SUV.
A well-connected mid-size SUV, the 2016 BMW X3 comes in several trim levels and has the choice of three engines, including a diesel engine.
A sporty, but small, SUV, the 2016 BMW X4 has the looks of a hatchback merged with an SUV and the handling of a coupe.
The 2016 BMW X5 luxury SUV offers plenty of options for drivers looking for an SUV with the handling of a sedan.
The performance member of the X5 family, the 2016 BMW X5 M offers a V8 engine with 567 horsepower.
The BMW X5 eDrive joins the X5 lineup for 2016 as an all-new model. It's a plug-in hybrid with 56 mpge.
Available in three trim options, plus the performance M variant, the 2016 BMW X6 is what the carmaker calls a "sport activity coupe."
The 2016 BMW X6 M features one of the most powerful engines available as well several safety and entertainment features.
A sporty hardtop roadster, the 2016 BMW Z4 is surprisingly fuel efficient, at least in the four-cylinder version.
BMW's contribution to the electric vehicle segment, the 2016 BMW i3 comes in three trims with a "range extender" available.