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How much does a BMW MOT cost?

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WhoCanFixMyCar analyses BMW MOTs cost, including the average price across different models.

BMW is one of the world’s most renowned manufacturers of luxury cars, with a clear focus on driver enjoyment. Once you’ve digested the upfront cost of a BMW, be it a saloon, hatchback, SUV or hybrid, you’ll probably want to find out how much it will cost to maintain. 

Thankfully, WhoCanFixMyCar is here to save you from hours of internet trawling! In this guide, we’re focusing specifically on the cost of an MOT test across different BMW models.

Contents:

BMW MOT price by model

Which is the cheapest BMW model for an MOT?

Which is the most expensive BMW model for an MOT?


BMW MOT prices across different models

On average, MOT tests cost £40.73 for a BMW, but as you can see from the table below, this price varies between models.

ModelAverage Cost
BMW 1 Series£40.26
BMW 2 Series£41.36
BMW 3 Series£41.40
BMW 4 Series£40.74
BMW 5 Series£40.46
BMW 7 Series£42.61
BMW X1£41.10
BMW X3£41.53
BMW X4£40.95
BMW X5£40.93
BMW X6£45.66
BMW Z Series£41.88
BMW I3£42.63

Which is the cheapest BMW model for an MOT?

The cheapest model for an MOT is the BMW 1 Series at £40.26.

The 1 Series (pictured below) is a medium-sized four door hatchback, generally viewed as a premium family car that competes with the likes of the Audi A3.


Which is the most expensive BMW model for an MOT?

The most expensive model for an MOT is the BMW X6 at £45.66.

This is unsurprising since the X6 is itself the most expensive model in the BMW X range, coming with a luxurious interior. For anyone who doesn't know, the X6 is a mid-size luxury crossover SUV.


Do you know when your MOT is due? If not, you can use our free MOT checker to find out and set a handy reminder.

For more information about what's checked in an MOT, click here.

Or, if you're ready to book your next MOT test, you can compare prices from reliable local mechanics using WhoCanFixMyCar.

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