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About BMW

BMW is one of the world's most recognizable luxury brand names, as this German automaker offers drivers a fleet of upscale cars and SUVs to choose from. Founded in 1916 as Bayerische Motoren Werke (Bavarian Motor Works) in Munich, Germany, BMW actually began as a manufacturer of aircrafts and parts. The infamous BMW logo which many believe is a propeller in a blue sky background is said to have originated from the company's involvement with airplanes (although it is since disputed). BMW did not manufacture san automobile until 1928 when the Dixi, a sedan based on the Austin 7, was introduced. The model went on to enjoy substantial popularity. Just a year later, the DA 1 was released and equipped with a four-cylinder engine capable of 15 horsepower. During the latter part of the 1930s, BMW got a boost of performance they were looking for, as the Type 328 Roadster performed impressively on the racetrack leading up to World War II.

Following the war, BMW released the 501, a full-size sedan outfitted with a six-cylinder engine. The 501 also featured a roomy, comfortable interior since it was designed to seat six but was instead changed to four. In 1954, the BMW 502 made its debut at the Geneva Auto Show as Germany's first post-war V8-powered car. BMW pushed through even more to the mainstream with the success of the 1500, a compact sedan with an inline four-cylinder engine (80 horsepower). The '70s can be considered one of the most important times in the history of the company. The 3 Series, 5 Series, and 7 Series would all premier during this decade, as would the vaunted M division. BMW of North America arrived in 1975, as well. This would lead to BMW finding its place in a crowded market of competitors, helping carry the brand throughout the '80s and '90s.

In 1998, BMW began supplying Bentley automobiles with engines. Bentley was owned at the time by Vickers, who also owned Rolls-Royce. However, Volkswagen ended up purchasing Bentley, leaving the two German automakers to come to an agreement where BMW would take over Rolls-Royce in 2003. The BMW X3, which premiered for 2004, is a lush, compact luxury crossover while the X5 is BMW's midsize crossover entrant. The 1 Series, which debuted in 2004, represents the only selection of models in its segment offered with rear-wheel drive and a longitudinally-mounted engine, which is one of BMW's biggest strengths: innovation. Sales of BMW models and their parts have been extremely strong, especially given the aggressive advertising nature of the company. With plenty of competition coming from Lexus, Volkswagen, Infiniti, and Audi, BMW manages to deliver the kind of exclusive comfort, luxury, and driving enjoyment motorists look for.

BMW is all about high-performance while staying true to its luxurious standards. Distinctive parts, high-tech programming, and alarmingly smooth drivability are attributes that all BMW models share. Any incarnation of this famous family is a true pleasure from the sporty but fashionable 1 Series all the way to the executive and gallantly built M6. CARiD is excited to be able to share with you our complete inventory of perfect form-fitting BMW Accessories and Parts that will enable your "Beemer" to establish an identity of its own with class as well as precision. Don't trust just anyone when it comes to top-quality BMW Accessories: it's too important.

Whatever your pleasure, CARiD is here to serve you right. Only the best quality and value for all BMW Accessories and parts from the manufacturers who specialize in knowing exactly what fits and what doesn't. Do not settle for false promises and second-rate upgrades. You deserve better than that.


Dress your vehicle up. Keep it running at its peak or unleash its hidden power. Make it look like it just rolled off the show room floor. Take care of it and maintain it. You name it, we've got it. We have gathered everything you need to make your BMW perfect both inside and out. CARiD's job is to meet your every expectation and provide you with quality and durable accessories and parts designed with excellence in mind. Whether you're after luxurious style, brisk performance, or anything in between, our wide assortment covers all the bases.

  • Westin Grill Guard
  • Rugged Ridge Floor Liner
  • Coverking Custom Seat Covers
  • US Speedo Custom Gauge
  • Forgiato Custom Grille
  • SES Trim Chrome Mirror Covers
  • Lund StepRails Multi-Fit Side Steps
  • Dee Zee Bed Liner
  • Remin Dash Kits
  • SteelCraft Bull Bar
  • Aero Function Rear Spoiler
  • Thule Echelon Roof Bike Rack
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BMW Accessories & Parts Reviews
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1997 BMW 3-Series | Posted by Lachlan | (Saddle Brook, NJ)

The silicon boot has added the crown to the top the intake rebuild on my E36, giving substantial throttle response increase and more power through all rpms. Looks excellent in my blue themed engine bay and was so easy to install after the much more difficult work I have been doing it seemed to good to be true. (But it wasn't) Just as a reminder to anyone less familiar with engine work, you have to remove the ACS throttle body but that is very easy.

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