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BMW Z4 - RETURN OF THE EVIL Z

Today's BMW Z4 has even more attitude than before. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.

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BMW X1 - ALL THE SMALL THINGS

The BMW X1 had a rocky start in life but the latest model is finding its stride. Andy Enright reports.

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BMW M135I - AN M BY ANY OTHER NAME

BMW's subtly improved M135i could well be the greatest hot hatch on sale today. Andy Enright explains why.

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BMW 7 SERIES - THE QUIET BAVARIAN

BMW's 7 Series is one of the lower profile luxury saloons, but it has been quietly upping its game. By Andy Enright

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BMW 5 SERIES ACTIVE HYBRID5 - DRIVING HYBRIDS FORWARD

Before BMW brought us the Active Hybrid5, there was no really driver-orientated hybrid saloon available in the full-sized Executive sector. But there is now. Jonathan Crouch drives it.

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BMW 3 SERIES XDRIVE - THREE TO THE POWER OF FOUR

The BMW 3 Series is best known for its rear-wheel drive chassis. The xDrive versions send power to all four corners. Andy Enright reports.

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BMW 3 SERIES - TOUR OPERATOR

The BMW 3 Series Touring is back for those who don't pack light. Andy Enright has a first glimpse.

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BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GTC V8 - CIVILISED AIR

Arguably the world's most luxurious soft top has been updated to match its second generation Continental GT coupe stablemate, with smarter clothes and a choice of engines, most notably a more efficient Audi-sourced 500bhp V8. Jonathan Crouch feels the quality - and the width.

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BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT SPEED - SPEED DATING

The Continental GT Speed is the quickest production Bentley to date. Believe it or not, it's strong value for money as well. Andy Enright explains.

 

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