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Years after the debuts of key rivals such as the Audi A3 and Mercedes A-Class, BMW unleashed its own posh small hatch with the 1-Series. In true Bavarian fashion there were superb engines and a great rear-wheel drive chassis, while the 1-Series was also beautifully built and brilliant to drive. But while the 1-Series proved controversial with its challenging styling and high prices, the car was a success for its maker and now makes a great used buy.
BMW has achieved the apparently impossible, maintaining an exclusive image while outselling the Mondeo with its 3-Series. Build quality is first-rate, dynamics are superb and even four-cylinder cars are great to drive. Plenty of engines and body styles to choose from but make sure you buy a car with a full BMW service history.
With its blend of fabulous dynamics, generally excellent build quality, discreet styling and superb engines, the 5-Series has it all. It's no surprise that these are some of the most sought after saloons and estates around - especially examples with BMW's brilliant diesel engines. Buy a 530d Touring and you've got the perfect blend of practicality, economy and performance available anywhere - at any price.
It's a BMW, so the assumption is made that it's pretty much unbeatable. Don't be fooled though; you pay a premium for the 5-Series and some other cars - cheaper ones - do the job just as well in the real world. If you can afford the cost, the 5-Series is well worth a look, but engine, transmission, wheel and tyre choices all affect the car more than you might think.
If there's a car to polarise opinions, the 7-Series is it. You love or hate the styling, along with the I-Drive control system. What you can't deny is that the car is great to drive, covers long distances with ease and is usually well screwed together. Not all examples have proved to be fault-free though, so check that service history very carefully before signing on the dotted line.
BMW's first foray into the world of SUVs was an instant success, with the car going on to become one of the few true Range Rover rivals. Superlative build quality, outstanding on-road manners and a cast-iron image have all conspired to ensure the X5 doesn't shed its value at the same rate as some rivals. But purchase and running costs are generally high, so don't overstretch yourself financially in a desperate bid to impress the neighbours.
Whether you want to use it occasionally or every day, the Z3 makes sense on so many levels. It's utterly usable and well screwed together, although it isn't quite as sharp to drive as you might expect. For economy buy four cylinders and for fun choose six - while for the ultimate in fun, track down an M Roadster.
Great to drive, fast and beautifully built, the Z4 was offered with a selection of strong engines and a choice of coupé or roadster bodystyles. While there are cheaper sportscars out there, none offers the range of talents available from the Z4 - although Porsche's Boxster is arguably a better all-rounder. However, the BMW is more affordable to buy and run and more practical too. BMW dealers are also among the best around, so while you pay for the privilege of running a Z4, few cars are as satisfying to own.