BMW Cars Singapore

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BMW sells around 30 cars in Singapore. These include 10 Coupe, 6 Hatchback, 5 Convertible, 5 Sedans, 2 Muv and 2 SUV. The 1 Series is the lowest priced BMW model at $139,888 and the highest priced model is the M8 Coupe Competiton at $721,888 . Let Oto help you contact your nearest BMW dealer. Our database consist of over 4 authorized BMW car dealers across 1 cities in Singapore. Select a BMW car to know the latest promo in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and User reviews.

BMW Singapore Price List 2020

BMW Models Price List
BMW 1 Series $139,888 - $229,888
BMW 2 Series Coupe $161,888 - $241,888
BMW M2 Coupe Competition $330,888
BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe $155,888 - $238,888
BMW 2 Series Active Tourer $141,888 - $176,888
BMW 2 Series Convertible $177,888 - $257,888
BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer $147,888 - $157,888
BMW 3 Series $200,888 - $311,888
BMW 4 Series Coupe $200,888
BMW 4 Series Convertible $242,888
BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe $194,888
BMW 5 Series $237,888 - $345,888
BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo $282,888 - $294,888
BMW 7 Series Sedan $400,888 - $491,888
BMW 8 Series Coupe $471,888 - $601,888
BMW M8 Coupe Competiton $721,888
BMW 8 Series Convertible $496,888 - $626,888
BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe $471,888 - $601,888
BMW M8 Gran Coupe Competition $721,888
BMW X1 $163,888 - $174,888
BMW X2 $158,888 - $264,888
BMW X3 $210,888 - $457,888
BMW X4 $229,888 - $466,888
BMW X5 $335,888 - $600,888
BMW X6 $358,888 - $610,888
BMW X7 $444,888 - $561,888
BMW Z4 $255,888 - $342,888
BMW i8 $640,888
BMW i8 Coupe $623,888
BMW i3s $200,888

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    Franklin 11 Sep, 2020 for BMW X5

    The BMW X5 is a technologically rich car. It has the BMW Operating System 7.0 and Live Cockpit Professional (instrument display). The latter comprises a 12.3-inch semi-polygonal tachometer and speedometer that look stylishly futuristic. Gesture control is still present in the X5. But this time, the car recognizes two additional gestures. BMW has bettered the X5’s ride quality with the Read More 1

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    Franklin 11 Sep, 2020 for BMW X3

    If size matters, then the latest BMW X3 certainly commands an imposing road presence. It’s even bigger than the original X5. Improved composure and stability are the highlights of the car, courtesy BMW’s cluster architecture platform, derived from the 7 Series and 5 Series. Despite the large size, the car’s handling is very fluid. The all-wheel-drive offers plenty of grip Read More 4

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    Neo 11 Sep, 2020 for BMW X2

    The BMW X2 is essentially a fraternal twin of the X1. With a tiny glasshouse, cab-rewarded profile and metallic yellow color, the X2 looks very much like a sporty SUV. The 1.5-litre engine with 140PS isn’t exactly quick. But it’s the cornering part where the X2 is a real performer. Unlike the X1, the X2 can negotiate corners with much Read More 2

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    Nathaniel 11 Sep, 2020 for BMW X1

    I recently test-drove the BMW X1 and was pretty impressed by the car. The exterior looks strong. But the interior is quite ordinary for a luxury car when compared to the Audi. The drive is good. Acceleration is fast since the torque comes early. The X1 is a driver’s delight. There are almost no blind spots, though the rear view Read More 7

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    Franklin 11 Sep, 2020 for BMW M8 Gran Coupe Competition

    The BMW M8 Gran Coupe Competition is essentially an M5 Competition in an 8 Series body. The suspension is the special stuff of all M-class BMW cars. That doesn’t only include the dampers and springs but the main arms as well. The car has a lot of underbody bracing which further smoothes the ride. The 8-cylinder, 4.4-liter engine is super Read More 1