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BMW is one of the most well-known automobile manufacturers in the world. The German engineering company was founded in 1916 and is known for the manufacturing of high-quality automobiles. BMW is also a capable manufacturer of motorcycles. In 2013 the company announced that it was going to launch the brand's first fully electric car range. After several mergers the company also manufactured the best-selling Mini Cooper range. BMW is also the parent company of Rolls-Royce.
BMW 1 Series
The BMW 1 Series is an instantly recognisable, sporty car with a long wheelbase and a dynamic appeal. The 1 Series is a lively looking vehicle with powerful lines and a slightly sloping roof line. More sporty and youthful in appearance than many of the luxury cars in the BMW range, the 1 Series is an exuberant car that perfectly blends fun and style to appeal to both younger drivers and lovers of classic cars who wish to have a little fun.
BMW 3 Series
The BMW 3 Series is a highly regarded compact executive car that has been a best-seller in recent years. It is a longer, wider, and more family-friendly vehicle than the 1 Series. It has a longer wheelbase and more room in the back. The boot is also generously sized, which makes the 3 series a more sensible choice for the family-friendly executive motorist.
BMW 7 Series
BMW 7 Series consists of the most exclusive vehicles in the BMW range. The end result of such an effort by the experienced engineers and designers at the company is a car that really stands out from the crowd. The interior is plush and roomy, with luxurious leather upholstery, and the exterior of the vehicle is slick, efficient, and uncompromisingly safe. It is more expensive and less sporty than 1 and 5 series vehicles, but it is everything you would expect from a top-quality luxury car.
BMW continues to dominate the automobile industry and remains one of the most recognisable brands in the world. Although new BMW vehicles are often prohibitively expensive, there is a large market for both new and used BMW vehicles on the continent. As a result, they can be readily purchased in South Africa, and there are a number of BMW-authorised dealers that can service secondhand vehicles throughout the country, ensuring used vehicles are almost as popular as new ones.