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The Complete BMW Hong Kong Guide: Every Model You Need to Know

BMW Hong Kong produces the “ultimate driving machine.” It distinguishes itself from other German luxury brands by being sporty and driver-centric. The classic BMW is a powerful, well-handling, RWD sedan with a manual transmission. However, BMW Hong Kong has adjusted to the modern car market. Manuals are hard to come by with each passing model year. BMW offers an array of Crossover/SUVs it terms “sport activity vehicles,” lest anyone accuses a BMW of utility. BMWs are most recognizable for their dual kidney grilles: tow amorphous radiator intakes set into the front of the car.

How BMW Hong Kong Names its Cars

BMW Hong Kong uses a Germanic alphanumeric naming system. Basically, BMW models have a Series No. 1-8 (Note that series names are not hyphenated like Mercedes-Benz classes: 3 Series versus E-Class). Larger odd-numbered series means a bigger car. Even-numbered series tend to be body style variants. The second two numbers in a model name indicate how big the engine is- they used to directly track engine displacement but no longer do. However, a bigger number does equal bigger engine. The letter after the number (ex: 340i) indicates what type of engine the car has. “X” models are SUVs. “Z” models are roadsters.

The system has some idiosyncrasies. The letter “i” can mean electric (ex: i3, i8). But, if it comes after the number (340i) it stands for “fuel injection” and means a gasoline engine. The letter “X” can mean an SUV or it can mean AWD. So if you speak BMW, “X6 xDrive50i” concisely tells you exactly what the car is.

2 Series

The 2 Series is BMW’s sporty, entry-level subcompact vehicle. It comes in both coupe and convertible body styles. There are three versions. BMW offers the 248hp 230i coupe and convertible, which are quick. Then there are quicker M240i and M240i xDrive. Both of those versions can be operated with RWD or AWD. RWD cars can be optioned with a manual.

3 Series

The 3 Series compact sedan is the quintessential BMW. It has been a standout for decades since its 1976 debut. It is BMW’s best-selling vehicle of all time. BMW has made a host of two new performance improvements for the 7th generation coming in 2019. Two controversial changes are ditching the wagon and manual transmission. It comes in a base four-cylinder 255hp 330i or a six-cylinder 382hp M340i form.

4 Series

BMW created the 4 Series in 2014, breaking away 3 Series body style variants into a new series. It comes in two-door coupe, four-door gran coupe and convertible editions. BMW claims they offer “uniquely beguiling” traits. It comes in 430i (248hp I-4) and 440i (320hp I-6) versions. For the 430i, the RWD Coupe and Gran Coupe can have a manual transmission; so can both RWD and AWD versions of the 440i Coupe.

5 Series

The 5 Series is BMW’s midsize sedan. Debuting in 1972, it was the first numbered series in BMW’s lineup. The 5 Series can be paired with an inline-four, an inline-six, or a V8. There’s also a hybrid-electric version of the four-cylinder.

6 Series

The 6 Series has meant different things at different times for BMW. Currently, it’s “curves that captivate, power that astounds, and the attitude to capture attention” from 5 Series body style variants. The 6 Series comes as a four-door “Gran Turismo” hatchback or a four-door gran coupe. There are six and eight-cylinder versions with both RWD and AWD.

7 Series

The 7 Series is BMW’s flagship full-size luxury sedan. BMW terms owning one living “life at the apex.” The 7 Series can be found in six-cylinder, eight-cylinder, and twelve-cylinder (601hp) versions. Buyers can also choose a 322hp combined four-cylinder hybrid electric.

8 Series

The 8 Series is BMW’s luxury grand tourer. It’s available in both coupe and convertible body styles. With a 523hp version of the 4.4L V8 engine, the 8 Series can accelerate from 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds.

Z4

The Z4 is BMW’s small roadster. It’s a descendant of the BMW Z3 that appeared in Goldeneye, which was a movie before becoming perhaps the greatest video game of all-time. The “Z” stands for “Zukunft,” the German word for future. It’s only available as an RWD four-cylinder with 255hp and 295lb-ft.

X2

The X2 is BMW’s sportier, driving-oriented, and more BMW-y subcompact crossover. It’s lower to the ground than the X1. It has a sleeker “coupe” body shape and less cargo space. The base models come in FWD and AWD. The X2 M35i (AWD) has a tuned-up version of the four-cylinder producing 302hp and 322lb-ft and accelerating from 0-60mph in 4.9 seconds.

X3

The X3 is BMW’s compact SUV. BMW first introduced it in 2003 as a smaller version of the X5. The third generation was introduced for the 2018 model year. The base four-cylinder model comes in both rear and all-wheel-drive. There’s also a 355hp m40i version. BMW plans to introduce X3 M and X3 M Competition models in the 2020 model year. The latter will have more than 500hp.

X4

The X4 is a sportier version of the X3 compact crossover. It has a sloping coupe body style. As with the X3, there are four-cylinder (248hp) and six-cylinder versions (355hp). Though, the X4 only comes in all-wheel-drive. There’s also an X4 M edition coming in the 2020 model year.

X5

The X5 is BMW’s midsize SUV. It was the first SUV BMW introduced in 1999. It was one of the first SUVs to use a more crossover-like unibody architecture while the Mercedes-Benz M-Class and others were still light trucks. It comes in inline-six and V8 versions. It comes in inline-six and V8 versions.

What does BMW stand for?

BMW stands for Bavarian Motor Works (Bayerische Motoren Werke in German). The German company, formally BMW AG, was founded in Munich in 1916. The company began as a WWI airplane engine manufacturer. BMW did not produce its first car until 1928. Only after the Second World War did automaking become the primary business. Sedans such as the 2002 and subsequent 3 Series laid its foundation for BMW to become a luxury powerhouse and performance hallmark in the 1980s and beyond.

Can BMW have a remote start?

While the remote start is still not available right off the assembly line, there is now a way for BMW owners to obtain this convenient feature. A retrofit remote-start kit can be hard for several BMW vehicles. These include the F10, F15, and X5 models. The feature even uses the original BMW key fob.

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