With the latest 5 Series BMW has managed to make its class-leading executive car even more attractive, introducing new technology and a range of powerful engines. BMW has sold over two million models, making the 5 Series the best-selling business car in the world.
The sleek contouring of the bonnet, chrome trims, dual-circle lights and alloy wheels all contribute to the unmistakeable elegance of the 5 Series. All models are fitted with Xenon headlamps. Trim options for the 5 Series are SE, Luxury and Sport. The M5 Sport edition also features a Dark Chrome grille finish and exhaust pipes.
The first thing you notice when you step inside the BMW 5 Series is the spaciousness of the cabin. Luxury materials are used throughout, and it has all the features you would expect of a high-end executive car, such as dual-zone air conditioning and a 6.5-inch colour screen for infotainment.
There is an extensive range of engines for the 5 Series, from the 2.0-litre turbo charged four-cylinder petrol engine to the 592bhp performance engine of the M5 sports saloon. There are several choices of diesel edition, based on 2.0-litre and 3.0 litre engines. The very latest technology has been used in the design of the eight-speed automatic transmission, for the smoothest of gear changes combined with power when you need it.
The Comfort Access feature allows you to open the boot even when you have your hands full, with a quick swipe of your foot. The rear-seat entertainment package includes a DVD player and two screens, with the capability to connect to the internet and devices such as a games console or MP3 player.