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Speed Isn’t the Only Reason to Drive the 2017 BMW X6 M

It goes without saying that performance is the mission of BMW’s M Division, but you’ll find more than raw thrills on the 2017 X6 M. Its striking design will stand out in any parking lot, while its spacious interior offers plenty of room for passengers. There are also plenty of safety and entertainment tech options on the menu as well.

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2017 BMW 7 Series Earns Stamp of Approval from carwow Staffers

 

When hunting for a full-size luxury sedan, what qualities are most important to you? Is it style? Driving demeanor? Features content? Or, perhaps something else entirely?

 

Well, no matter the case, we here at BMW of Southampton are quite confident you'll find a whole lot to enjoy about ours, the 7 Series.

 

And so, it's with that in mind we'd like to pass the baton to carwow critic Mat Watson; check out his appraisal of the 7 Series in the clip below:

While 7 Series' base engine, a 320-horsepower turbocharged six-cylinder, should have little trouble meeting the…

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A Look at BMW Group's "Electrification Strategy"

To keep pace with the modernization of society, it is only natural that key players in the automotive industry would respond in like kind. An example of one such company is the BMW Group which continues to innovate new ways to transform transportation. Making headway with its "Electrification Strategy," the manufacturer hopes to provide drivers more alternatives.

 

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2018 BMW M5 is the Latest 600-Horsepower Athlete

Although the 2018 BMW M5 that debuted this week is more powerful and quicker than the outgoing model, that’s not the biggest part of the story. It’s that for the first time ever, this sedan will offer a standard M xDrive all-wheel drive setup instead of rear-wheel drive. Now making 600 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, the new M5 will go from static to sixty in 3.2 seconds.

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Feel Confident with the Infinite Nature of the 2017 BMW X5

With impressive performance capabilities, the 2017 BMW X5 offers a lot when it comes to taking on the roads you may be traveling on. There is an offered Dynamic Performance Control amenity that allows this vehicle to be agile and smooth while traveling across even some of the toughest terrains. You can endure these rugged terrains in an interior that has a spectacular amount of padding and comfort to make sure you are comfortable when you go on your adventures...

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Turn Heads in the Spacious and Sporty 2017 BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon

With an eye-catching design, the 2017 BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon captivates many. Those you pass by may admire the aggressive stance and sporty feel. With available Dakota Leather and chrome accents throughout this luxurious vehicle, you will appreciate the attention to detail and craftsmanship that is incorporated in this car. You can even get a unique view of the sky with the Panoramic Moonroof that brings style and tranquility...

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Through the Looking Glass: Your Windshield That Is

That small crack or chip in your windshield; is it worth taking the time to repair? The answer is yes! What starts out as a minor chip can turn into a large problem if left unrepaired. It can impede your field of vision when driving and can make your vehicle unsafe to drive. If it breaks, you're left without a windshield and may require you to get extensive work done to your vehicle. There are many insurance companies that may cover repairs like this, so there is no money out of your pocket for the expense of repairing or…

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Are Your Tires Safe?

When was the last time you got your tires rotated? If you can't recall, then it's probably time that you did. You should generally get your tires rotated every time you get an oil change to keep everything wearing evenly. In addition, you should keep your tires properly inflated. Check the PSI as stated by the manufacturer of your car, since it will be the most accurate. You can normally find the PSI on the doorjamb or the driver's side door or in the glove box. Not only will this help to give you better gas mileage…

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