BMW offers 10 cars between price range of 50 Lakh to 1 Crore in India. This includes some of the most popular cars like BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine, BMW 3 Series, BMW Z4, BMW M340i, BMW 5 Series. The cheapest car available from BMW between price range of 50 Lakh-1 Crore is BMW 3 Series (On-road price - ₹ 50.88 Lakh). The costliest car available from BMW below 1 Crore is BMW X5 (On-road price - ₹ 95.73 Lakh). Check on-road price, version details, reviews, images, and specifications of all your favourite BMW Cars. Read More
|BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine (5 Seater)||₹ 57.90 - 59.50 Lakh|
|BMW 3 Series (5 Seater)||₹ 41.40 - 52.90 Lakh|
|BMW Z4 (2 Seater)||₹ 64.90 - 84.83 Lakh|
|BMW M340i (5 Seater)||₹ 69.20 Lakh|
|BMW 5 Series (5 Seater)||₹ 64.49 - 74.49 Lakh|
Popular Upcoming BMW Cars Under 1 Crore are BMW iX1 and BMW X8
BMW cars with best mileage are BMW 5 Series, BMW 3 Series, BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine, BMW 6 Series GT and BMW X3.
HIGHEST MILEAGE CAR
₹ 64.49 - 74.49 Lakh
14.81 to 20.34 kmpl
₹ 50.88 - 52.90 Lakh
16.11 to 20.35 kmpl
₹ 57.90 - 59.50 Lakh
15.39 to 19.61 kmpl
₹ 69.89 - 79.89 Lakh
13.3 to 18.6 kmpl
₹ 61.89 - 67.89 Lakh
13.1 to 16.5 kmpl
BMW M340i launched in India The new BMW M340i has been launched the M340i in India, with prices starting at Rs 62.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The first 40 customers of the model will also get the...
BMW M340i to be launched in India The BMW M340i will be launched in India on 10 March, 2021. The model will sit on top of the 3 Series range, and is the M-performance version of the regular 3...
The BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine will be launched in India tomorrow. A long-wheelbase version of the current generation 3 Series, it replaces the GT version and will be offered in two trim levels...
BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine BMW has announced the launch of the BMW 3 Series long-wheelbase version next month on 21 January 2021. Christened as the 3 Series Gran Limousine, the model will...
BMW's decision to drop the 320i earlier this year saw the more powerful 330i (252bhp/350Nm) go on sale in May 2017. It uses the same 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged motor that does duty in the 330i GT we reviewed...Read More
This BMW 3 Series is the Bavarian carmaker's entry-level luxury sedan. Now in its sixth generation, it competes against the likes of the Mercedes C-Class and the Audi A4. While the latter might be old in the tooth, the C-Class is near spanking new....Read More
BMW India seems to be in a mood to challenge the other two auto makers across different segments. The success of BMW has pushed the others to bring in new and innovative products....Read More
BMW has established itself as a renowned luxury car maker in India. They have constantly kept up with the rapidly developing Indian automobile industry. The Indian portfolio of this famed German car maker has a varied range, ranging from high end Cars to ...Read More
If you strip out all the electronics from the car, then car is fantastic. But CBS (condition based servicing) system of the car really sucks. And car electronics are full of faulty parts.What Can Improve
They really need to fix electronic problems or else this is highly unreliable car! Car's exchange radio (part which controls multimedia) broke in just 2 years. And apparently warranty for such parts is just 2 years. It costed 88,000 for replacement. And CBS system of car gives servicing overdue for every 6,500 kms (for 7 straight times in my case). Moreover, BMW customer care is too sluggish to react to such problems. They still have no clue what's wrong in the car (even after keeping my car in the Mumbai workshop for 3 weeks). Really thinking of putting consumer complaint on them. Have Merc E class too, and Merc E-class's servicing interval is 15,000 kms without any problems (it's already run for 1 lac kms and no problems!).
Please go for Mercedes C class if you want 3 series comparable. Much more reliable car in terms of electronics and better ride quality. I guess Mercedes production facilities in India are far more reliable than BMW's indian manufacturing facilities. So many complaints regarding my car! (list never ends!)
Everything. Unlike the mercedes a BMW is solely built keeping the driver in mind. The car handles like a charm the raw power it oozes after you hit 100 kph is something that one needs to experience.What Can Improve
The one thing which comes along as a big burden is not having a spare tyre. I don't know what logic is BMW working on but in India a spare tyre is simply a MUST. Other than that the service costs and general maintenance can come down a bit.
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