Buying a new BMW 325is is a no-brainer.
You can get it for as little as £31,300 (US$42,600) for the base model, £39,500 (US $48,600), or £47,300 ($62,900).
The price rises to £49,600 ($72,100) for a 325i with Sport mode, and £55,000 ($77,900) for an all-wheel drive version with the three-speed manual.
There are plenty of other options too, such as the £62,500 (£77,400) 328i or £75,000 (£88,100), but the base 335i is a solid choice for the average owner.
If you’re looking for something a little more sporty, the 325i has a top speed of 205km/h (143mph), which makes it a worthy choice for people who like to go fast on the highway.
And if you’re after something that can take you from A to B, there’s also the 325s M Coupe.
The top speed is 215km/ h (137mph), so it’s not for everyone, but if you want a top-of-the-range sports car, this is the one to get.
The 328i has an all new, sportier engine and a slightly lower top speed.
It’s also available with a three-speeds automatic transmission, so you can swap the petrol engine for a diesel one.
You’ll also find the 328i with four wheels with the new Sport mode for a further £10,000 (US) extra.
The 335i has more performance and a top gear of 4,400rpm, and the 328 is available with four-wheel steering, too.
The BMW 328i Sport comes standard with four airbags and a seven-speed automatic transmission.
It also comes with the standard six-speed auto.
The base 335is M Couce is available in four different colours.
The black 330i is available for £48,500 ($83,400).
The red 328i is £59,800 ($87,100).
And the white 335i coupe is available from £62.500 ($77.400).
Buying the base 328i costs £41,900 ($50,100, US) more than the 328is coupe.
However, the 328s M coupe can be had for less, with a starting price of £34,000 for the 335i and £39.500 for the 330i.
The 330i, however, is more expensive than the base 325i, as it comes with a four-speed transmission.
There’s also a four wheel drive option, and you can get a five-speed option for £25,000.
The 320i has no petrol engine, but its four-wheeled drivetrain makes it one of the cheapest coupes on sale.
It has a starting MSRP of £39-44,500 for a base model or £51,000-57,000 when the four-seater option is added, but the 330is is cheaper at £44,600 (US).
The BMW 325IS has a petrol engine and is available as an option for the 320i, but has the four wheels and six-speeding automatic transmission as standard.
The 325i Coupe is the most expensive coupe in the range, and has the cheapest starting MS for £42,500.
The M Coupes range of four different colour options has been discontinued.
The standard 325i and 328i couce have a six-spd automatic transmission and four-spoke wheels.
The sedan M Coulettes have a five spd automatic and four wheels.
You’re also better off getting a sixspd manual as the M Coules are more expensive.
The Coupe’s engine is an aluminium, four-cylinder engine, and is rated at 250bhp.
The car has a four speed manual and a six speed automatic transmission with the four wheel steering.
The three-door sedan 325i starts at £40,900 (US), and the coupe at £49.000 (USA).
The 328 is £55.000 ($81.900), and you’re better off with a five speed manual.
The convertible 325is starts at a price of $65,000 and goes up to £68,000 if you have a seven speed automatic.
The coupe starts at $61,500 and goes from there.
The sporty 328is starts from £39k ($49.900) and goes to £55k ($81k) if you get the seven-speaded manual transmission.
The two-door convertible 335i starts from $55k and goes all the way up to $70k if you add the seven speed manual transmission option.
The new 330is M coulettes range starts from a starting of £