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BMW started manufacturing cars in the late 1920s, and it has consistently added new options ever since. It introduced the popular New Class line of compact cars in 1977, which came with front disc brakes, MacPherson struts, and independent suspensions. Its X5 line of midsized SUVs became available in 2009, and the launch of the BMW 1 series, its small car, took place in 2004.

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    BMW 3 Series 318ti Compact

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    2002 BMW 3 Series 2.0 320d 4dr

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    BMW 3 Series 2.0 318i SE 4dr M3 LOOK E90

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    You are bidding in a automatic 2006 BMW E90 comes with all the usual luxury features plus extras. As you can see the whole front end has been uplifted/upgraded to am M3 look, the back still looks orig...
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    2006 BMW 3 series 330i SE

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    2004 BMW 3 Series 2.0 320d SE 4dr

    4 Doors, Manual, Saloon, Diesel, 148,000 miles, Silver
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    bmw m3 evo

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    Here I have for sale my manual E36 M3 EVO 3.2 in techno violet.
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    Bmw E46 M3

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    Reluctantly selling my M3 never had any intention of ever selling her as it took me months to find one in this colour combo with all the options. I've owned the car for two years and it has been absol...


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    BMW M3 Convertible,smg2,in stunning titan silver, Individual model, 80k miles, full service history inc running in service. Fully loaded from BMW, every option, satnav/tv, heated front seats, electric...
  • 2002 BMW E46 M3 Convertible  Metallic Silver SMG, 91K FSH PX

    2002 BMW E46 M3 Convertible Metallic Silver SMG, 91K FSH PX

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    For sale i have this lovley bmw m3 smg e46, this car is in lovley condition as you can see in the pictures, there are a few minor marks due to age but nothing major .
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    BMW E46 M3 Convertible

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    4 new tyres, full service history, Not interested in PX. 07770973270 Paul.

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About BMW

The famous BMW roundel is a stylised representation of an aircraft propeller. The logo was chosen due to the company's origins as the Rapp aircraft engine manufacturer during World War One. Postwar, the company renamed itself BMW and moved first into motorcycle manufacture and then into making cars.

From the beginning up to the present day BMW motorcycles have overwhelmingly used distinctive boxer twin engines. Famous models include the R75 with its motorised sidecar that was used in large numbers by the German Army in World War Two.

Ironically, given that BMW would eventually own the remains of Austin, the first car that BMW made was an Austin 7 produced under license. After World War Two, BMW's first major success was a licensed version of the Iso Isetta bubble car. This brought in enough revenue for BMW to be able to launch its "New Class" of sporting saloons in 1962. These were exported in significant numbers up until their replacement in the mid-1970s by the 3-series and 5-series.

Each of the six generations of the 3 and the 5 series has been lauded by the press as a great driver's car. The E28 3 series was one of the definitive cars of the 1980s and the various M versions of both models were and are renowned for their power and handling. Latterly, BMW has expanded to produce sports utility vehicles (the X3 and X5), small hatches (the 1-series) and sports cars (the Z4). These bring the distinctive BMW engineering approach to a wider group of people than ever.