If you are thinking about buying a new or used BMW the best way to see what the car is really like is to actually drive one and we encourage all of our customers to book a test drive at our Edinburgh dealership. However if you want to get a feel for the cars in the new BMW range before you take a test drive then this independent video review section is the ideal place for you.
The revised 1 Series continues to fly the flag for BMW in the premium hatch market.
As the 3 Series continues to broaden, it begins to look more and more of a superior choice in the compact executive segment.
The revised BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo convinces buyers that a bigger and bulkier 5 Series is a viable proposition.
Elegant, dynamic design is making a comeback in BMW's range and nowhere is this more evident (or important) than in its big coupe.
BMW's 7 Series is one of the lower profile luxury saloons, but it has been quietly upping its game.
The BMW M5 has to move with the times but don't ever think it's succumbed to middle age spread.
The BMW X1 has been given a bit more of a macho makeover with some exterior styling tweaks as well as some additions that lift the feel of the cabin.
Forget what you knew about the old X3. This one deserves your undivided attention.
Many people do not always feel as confident buying a used car as they do when buying a new car. Watch the Independent video reviews below and you will be more confident when purchasing a used BMW that you are indeed buying a quality used car.
It's easy to be cynical about the 1 Series until you drive it.
BMW got back to basics with the E90 generation 3 Series. Used examples are now appearing in decent numbers.
Buy a used 5 series and you have a car that retains BMW's position as the best driver's car in the executive class.
BMW slam dunked all of its direct opposition with the 400bhp V8-engined M5, it was back, this time with a performer of an entirely different magnitude.
The original M6 was one of the best loved coupes BMW ever built. The car introduced in 2005 was hugely impressive.
The model we look at here is the second generation one and by the time it appeared in 2007, it was evolution that was called for.