With new engines, new models and a new range of accessories, there are now even more reasons to drop into Cooper BMW.
September sees the arrival of two new BMW X3 Edition models. Like all Edition cars, the new X3 models offer significantly enhanced equipment at a modest additional cost.
For example, for just £630 more, the X3 2.0d SE Edition Premium includes 17” light alloy wheels, Pearlpoint cloth/leather upholstery and metallic paint. Among the extra features on the X3 2.0d SE Edition Exclusive are 18” light alloy wheels, Nevada leather upholstery and Xenon headlights.
The 1 Series Edition ES 3 and 5-door Sports Hatch models feature upgraded 17” alloy wheels, Network cloth upholstery, front foglights, a three-spoke multi-function Sport leather steering wheel and Sport seats for an additional cost of just £250. The BMW 520d Saloon and Touring models, meanwhile, can be specified with the BMW Business Navigation system and six-CD changer for just £350 more.
Two new 1 Series Convertible engines arrive in September. Available in both SE and M Sport trims, the 123d and 118d models provide a class-leading blend of performance, low emissions and outstanding fuel economy thanks to BMW EfficientDynamics. The 123d achieves zero to 62 mph in 7.5 seconds, 52.3 mpg on the combined cycle and CO2 emissions of 144 g/km.
The new BMW X6 xDrive50i arrives in October. Featuring a twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 engine with high-precision direct injection, the range-topping Sports Activity Coupé powers to 62 mph in just 5.4 seconds. Meanwhile, X6 customers now have the opportunity to enhance the dynamic appearance of their Sports Activity Coupé with a range of X6 accessories.