BMW

BMW Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. was established in 2003 as a joint venture with the Group’s local partner Sime Darby Berhad. Currently known as BMW Group Malaysia, they are the authorized importer and distributor of BMW and MINI vehicles in Malaysia. It operates three facilities in Malaysia – a vehicle and engine assembly facility in Kulim, a regional parts distribution centre in Senai, and a regional IT, sales and after-sales training centre in Cyberjaya, which also serves as the company’s head office in Malaysia. Its best-seller is the BMW 3 Series but its X Series range of SUVs, namely the X1 and X3, have been gaining in popularity. Other popular models include the BMW 5 Series and the BMW 7 Series. Find the latest news, reviews, promos, prices and specifications here for all BMW models currently on sale in Malaysia.

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BMW Cars ListPrice
BMW X1 PriceRM 220,800 - 259,800
BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe PriceRM 228,800
BMW X2 PriceRM 328,800 - 398,800
BMW 3 Series PriceRM 257,800 - 317,800
BMW X3 PriceRM 315,800 - 358,800
BMW i3s PriceNot On Sale
BMW 1 Series PriceRM 375,800
BMW 4 Series Coupe PriceRM 427,800
BMW X4 PriceRM 398,800
BMW i4 PriceRM 273,800 - 430,800
BMW 5 Series PriceRM 358,217 - 402,800
BMW X5 PriceRM 480,800 - 618,800
BMW 6 Series GT PriceRM 430,800
BMW X6 PriceRM 754,800
BMW X6 M PriceNot On Sale
BMW 7 Series PriceRM 569,052 - 633,800
BMW X7 PriceRM 708,800 - 861,847
BMW 8 Series PriceRM 1,088,800 - 1,452,960
BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe PriceRM 968,800 - 1,455,145
BMW Z4 PriceRM 469,510
BMW M2 Coupe PriceRM 598,800 - 626,800
BMW M3 PriceRM 379,800 - 827,800
BMW X3 M PriceRM 886,551
BMW M4 Coupe PriceRM 740,800 - 848,800
BMW X4 M PriceRM 904,276
BMW M5 PriceRM 998,800 - 1,188,800
BMW iX3 PriceRM 322,800 - 343,800
BMW iX PriceRM 403,800 - 630,800
BMW i8 Roadster PriceRM 1,508,800
BMW i7 PriceUpcoming
BMW XM PriceRM 1,398,800
BMW iX1 PriceRM 285,800
BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe PriceNot On Sale
BMW i5 PriceTBC
BMW i8 Coupe PriceRM 1,408,800
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BMW Cars in Malaysia

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  • Basic information about my car: BMW X3 G01, pricing is around RM305k Reasons why I bought this car: one of the reason it’s my mom dream car and SUV is suitable for her to step in & out the car. I have RM300k budget and BMW have a good discount for me. I did compared with Mercedes GLC250, handling and performance wise I still prefer BMW. User experience: - I have already done: 60k km - My average fuel consumption is about 6.9L/100km. The car is quite fulfill my needs, in term of performance, comf
    If you’re looking for a family car that’s sharp to drive for less than RM 300k, chances are you’d turn to BMW. The question now is, should you go for an electric vehicle (EV) or good old-fashioned internal combustion engine (ICE) - the BMW i4 eDrive 35 or the BMW 320i? Their on-the-road prices are remarkable close to each other, with the BMW i4 eDrive 35 priced at RM 273,800, the i4 eDrive 35 M Sport at RM 299,800, and the BMW 320i M Sport at RM 283,800. While these models ride on the same platf
    BMW Malaysia has launched the BMW i5 eDrive40, the all-electric (EV) version of the G60 2023 BMW 5 Series, which comes fully-imported (CBU) from Germany, priced at RM 419,800 (OTR without insurance, inclusive of the extended warranty and service package). As seen in the global reveal, the BMW i5 features vertical LED DRL graphics in the headlights, which are adaptive LED units, and an illuminated kidney grille. Also read: All-new G60 2023 BMW 5 Series and i5 revealed - MHEV, PHEV, EV, up to 601
    The BMW Group announced its third quarter earnings before tax (EBT) margin came in at 10.6 percent, down 0.4 percent from the preceding quarter; however, the numbers were dragged down by its Motorrad motorcycle business. The company’s 4-wheeler automotive segment – the segment were are interested in - recorded an EBT margin of 9.8 percent, up 0.6 percent from the previous quarter, and 0.9% higher than the same quarter last year. The increase in profit came despite a marginal 0.6 percent drop in
    BMW Malaysia has announced the official pricing of the BMW 750e xDrive M Sport at RM 699,800. While it was introduced alongside the Pure Excellence variant during the G70 7 Series launch in May 2023, pricing wasn’t confirmed at the time. The locally-assembled (CKD) 7 Series variant has a slight premium over the Pure Excellence trim given the M Sport kit attached to it. For the M Sport, the interior is refined with the M signature high gloss fine-wood trim as opposed to the fine-wood trim oak tri
    BMW has confirmed that it will be transitioning all its dealers in Europe into a unified agency-style, direct-to-customer sales model. Under the new approach, dealers, now known as retail partners, will no longer hold inventory of cars. As there is only one fixed price, customers won't need to compare discounts between dealers. Customers can enjoy full transparency on the currently available inventory nationwide and place their orders online. The retail partners will earn a fixed commission. The

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    BMW User Reviews

    4.8

    2020 BMW X3 xDrive30i M Sport

    Pros
    is an enjoyment and fun to drive. M Sports variant have all the necessary safety features. Sound proofing and sound system are awesome
    Cons
    Android Auto and Apple Carplay are not included as standard package.
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    4.0

    BMW X4

    Pros
    1. Nice appearance 2. smooth shift
    Cons
    -
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    4.0

    BMW X2

    Pros
    1. Nice driving power 2. many security functions
    Cons
    -
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    4.0

    BMW X4

    Pros
    1. refreshing interior quality 2. unparalleled comfort. 3. simple technical features
    Cons
    -
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    4.0

    BMW X5

    Pros
    outstanding
    Cons
    Small rear clearance and trunk area are affected,
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    BMW Car FAQs in Malaysia

    How much is a BMW car in Malaysia?

    The cheapest BMW car price is the BMW X1 RM 220,800 and the highest price is the BMW i8 Roadster RM 1,508,800

    How many models does BMW have?

    BMW has 35 models and 62 variants for you to choose from.

    Does BMW have an SUV model?

    BMW SUV Cars: BMW X1, BMW X2, BMW X3, BMW X5, BMW X4, BMW X7, BMW X3 M, BMW X4 M, BMW iX, BMW iX3, BMW X6, BMW XM