- April 17, 2014
The Best BMW Models Of All Time: Which One Will You Choose This Spring?
BMW have been at the forefront of popular motoring for many years, and although there is some stiff competition around these days, this manufacturer still comes out on top time and time again. Considering this, I thought today might be a good opportunity to write and release an article highlighting some of the best selling models of all time. Most of them are still in production to be fair, and so if you’re looking to buy a new car this year with a bit of style, you really can’t go wrong with any of the vehicles I’m about to mention. Some people even like to buy second hand, as there are quite a few classic designs around if you know where to look.
Presuming you do fancy any of the models listed below, you should probably take the time to get in touch with a reputable supplier like www.jardinemotors.co.uk. You don’t want to get ripped off, and so you need to make sure you purchase from only the best and most reliable stockists. Sadly, some private sellers tend to cover up issues and avoid telling the truth about certain things, and this is why you should avoid the private market, even when buying used.
This is the model pictured at the top of this page, and you should all have seen many of them on the roads over the last ten years. While you can get hold of a coupe edition, it’s better to opt for a hatchback as these are much cheaper (somewhere in the region of £2,000 cheaper from some places). If I were to compare this vehicle to another, I’d probably have to say it fits in the same class as the Audi A3.
Admittedly, this model was taken out of production during the 1990s, but before that it was one of the most iconic BMW cars ever made. You can still get them at auction or from specialist dealers, and whilst they may look a little dated these days, many people still love them for their novelty value. With a top speed of over 160 mph, the M1 was pretty nifty back in the day, and it still beats many others at the current time. So, if you want something that will make anyone born in the 80s weak at the knees, perhaps the M1 would be suitable.
Finally, we come to one of the fastest BMW models around today. The Z8 Roadster is somewhat of a supercar, and so it’s probably not that well suited to families or people with children. However, if you’re single, or if you’re a young couple looking to travel in style to all those luxurious weekends away, finding something better will be extremely difficult. Don’t get me wrong, the Z8 is very expensive, but if you don’t have the responsibilities and commitments of most other adults, who cares?
So folks, you’ve now read about the best BMW models of all time. Hopefully, from the information you’ve just processed, you’ll be able to work out which is best suited for you this spring.
Image credit: David Martyn Hunt