18/26  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
4.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
11  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 BMW M Series?

The fight is bitter in the segment of premium cars between the Mercedes A-Class, the Audi A3 and of course the BMW M Series. The Munich firm has therefore responded to its critics and offers us profoundly modified versions. Thus, the new versions of the M Series seem more comprehensive and constitute a real success that corrects the defects of the variants before the restyling. If a car restyling is usually a rather dull cosmetic affair, that it is far from the case here. The changes include the introduction of new headlamps and a more large grille for the front while the rear now displays horizontal lights. At first glance, it may seem like some minor modifications, but it changes everything.

2018 BMW M Series Interior

Trim and Features

As the dimensions remain unchanged, the status-quo reigns regarding practical aspects with a load volume in the category average and rear habitability that is correct due to ample legroom and especially a central seat that may be used even for a large passenger. The shapes of the dashboard do not evolve, and they remain pleasant. Even on roads with many turns whose coating is far from perfect, this automobile will never be rough to drive.

The finish and assembly are excellent on the upper part, and you will appreciate the presence of hard plastics at the lower level. This genuinely dynamic behavior does not come to strain the comfort that turns out to be very good, thanks in part to the suspension SelectDrive, which allows you to choose different driving modes. The steering wheel handles the car just flawlessly and gives the feeling that the rear train can follow the movement.

BMW proves once again that it remains the world's leading engine manufacturer. In this configuration, this BMW appears logically more comfortable than a traditional sports model or even very flexible. In the cabin, the changes are more diffuse with the arrival of a new series of a screen, and a new control wheel for the multimedia system while the center console is a lacquered black finish.

Under the Hood

2018 BMW M Series PerformanceThis car provides beautiful performance. On the other hand, the variable gear ratio DirectDrive steering that appears in the M Sports version is always accurate. More than recommendable in its latest version, this engine is undoubtedly one of the best motors on the market, especially when it has an excellent 8-speed automatic transmission. The turbocharged six-cylinder is active on all stages, and one can count on an automatic transmission as intelligent in automatic mode as it is fast in manual mode. Therefore, having a quick drive in the mountains is a joy with this car. The reports are linked in the most considerable discretion and with a high speed. This first-order behavior goes hand in hand with an exemplary engine and gearbox.

Amazing Safety Features

2018 BMW M Series RearRemember, this is a car that also provides all the safety you need. Add to that a controlled direction, with a speed that is perfectly complementary, and we can only have a smile at the wheel of this automobile. This car may seem an aberration, for some, at a manufacturer who made its reputation on speed. However, BMW became last year one of the brands that sold the most 4-wheel drive automobiles. The ability to handle any situation is very high with its all-wheel drive and weight distribution of 50/50.

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