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BMW 5 Series

Rs 49.9 - Rs 62 Lakh
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Performance
Engine 1995 cc
Mileage 22.48 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Driver Airbag Yes
 
Engine
Turbo Charger Yes
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio Yes
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 96,529 /mo.
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Price List of BMW 5 Series

Variant Ex-Showroom Price Specifications  
520d Sport Line Rs 49.9 Lakh* 1995 cc, 190 bhp, 22.48 kmpl, Diesel
520d Luxury Line Rs 54.8 Lakh* 1995 cc, 190 bhp, 22.48 kmpl, Diesel
530d M Sport Rs 62 Lakh* 2993 cc, 265 bhp, 18.59 kmpl, Diesel
530i Sport Line Rs 49.9 Lakh* 1998 cc, 252 bhp, 15.56 kmpl, Petrol

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    Aby Jun 22, 2017

    BMW 5 Series in an amazing sedan with outstanding perfomance and a sporty and muscular interior.it has the driving charecter.enough torque to pull you to the seat.but its sporty suspenssion is not so comfortable in the indian road conditions.especially in rear seats.if its a twisty road you will feel a womiting tendancy.but this car will give you an extreme driving Read More

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    Hitesh Jun 22, 2017

    Awesome vehicle I love it and it gives u grt feel Read More

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    Reshma Salim Jun 22, 2017

    THE MOST LIKED CAR BY ME AND MY FAMILY MEMBER. GREAT PERFORMANCE. Read More

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Colors of BMW 5 Series

  • Alpine White

  • Alpine White Sport Variant

  • Black Sapphire

  • Brilliant Blue Metallic

  • Callisto Grey

  • Carbon Black Metallic Sport Variant

  • Cashmere Silver

  • Glacier Silver

  • Glacier Silver Sport Variant

  • Imperial Blue Brillant Effect

  • Jatoba

  • Mineral White

  • Sophisto Grey Brilliant Effect

  • Sophisto Grey Brilliant Effect Sport Variant

BMW 5 Series Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage of BMW 5 Series Diesel Variant is 22.48 kmpl and for Petrol Variant it is 15.56 kmpl

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel 18.48 kmpl 22.48 kmpl
Petrol 11.56 kmpl 15.56 kmpl

Review of BMW 5 Series

Overview

 The BMW 5 series GT is an unconventional take on a 5 series for those who want more legroom and headroom and comfort. In India it has been a hit and has done well. The front end of the GT is a combination of the imposing snout like that of the X family (though a slightly toned down version of it) and the new 5 Series. Looking at the side profile, as you move toward the rear, the swooping roofline reminds you of a coupe like design. The GT is tall (taller than a saloon though shorter than a SUV), lengthy (with a wheelbase equal to that of a 7 Series) and wide in order to provide all the luxurious cabin space that can be squeezed in. What is most important and surprising here is that it looks unmistakably like a BMW even with its unusual design theory. The wraparound headlamps and the bold, reverse-raked grille at the front add aggression to the GT. At the same time, the tail section is a bit of a debatable issue. First things first, the GT has enormous space inside, enough to compete with the 7. Two rows of two seats each add up to a total capacity of four people. Nevertheless, you can lift up the armrest at the rear and make space to accommodate a fifth person. However, the beauty of the cabin space is that even the rear seats have an option of moving to and fro and the backrests of the rear seats are electronically adjustable to recline. In fact, if you push the front passenger seat forward, you have enough room at the rear to stretch out and sleep comfortably. Even the headrest of the rear seat is designed in such a manner that you can adjust it to hold your neck in its position even when you fall asleep. Interesting. Additionally, the rear seats’ backrest can be folded flat to maximize the boot space to 1700 litres! Talking of the boot, it features the twin-gate opening like what we have seen on the new Skoda Superb, however, it’s more straightforward than the Czech with two separate buttons – one for just the boot lid and the other for the boot lid plus glass (like a hatch). The GT comes powered with a 3.0-litre oil burner that produces a peak power of 245PS at 4000rpm. What is more interesting here is the humongous propelling torque of 540Nm that starts acting from 1750rpm and keeps you excited all the way up till the tacho reads 3000. A double wishbone front suspension and multilink rear with self-leveling air suspension come from the 7 Series and they give the GT an impeccable drive quality. The suspension is slightly on the stiffer side like a typical Beemer. This gives you all the necessary sportiness you would want from your GT. The GT weighs almost two tonnes. It will not show any body roll in a given corner, but set it through a couple of quick right-left combination of bends and the switchback is not as smooth and easy as you would expect. Pushing the GT through tight corners might introduce you to some understeer. The BMW 5 series GT is a great car and for a detailed review read below

 

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Interior

 First things first, the GT has enormous space inside, enough to compete with the 7. Two rows of two seats each add up to a total capacity of four people. Nevertheless, you can lift up the armrest at the rear and make space to accommodate a fifth person. However, the beauty of the cabin space is that even the rear seats have an option of moving to and fro and the backrests of the rear seats are electronically adjustable to recline. In fact, if you push the front passenger seat forward, you have enough room at the rear to stretch out and sleep comfortably. Even the headrest of the rear seat is designed in such a manner that you can adjust it to hold your neck in its position even when you fall asleep. Interesting. Additionally, the rear seats’ backrest can be folded flat to maximize the boot space to 1700 litres! Talking of the boot, it features the twin-gate opening like what we have seen on the new Skoda Superb, however, it’s more straightforward than the Czech with two separate buttons – one for just the boot lid and the other for the boot lid plus glass (like a hatch). Coming back to the cabin, electronic playgrounds are standard on cars of this stature and the GT is no exception. Key proximity ignition starter, iDrive, six-CD changer, television function, two displays at the rear (optional entertainment package) and an electronic tail gate opening switch, the list can go on. In short, like any other high-end Beemer or for that matter, like any other high-end car, the GT has techy interiors. 

 

  • What we like

     Is quality loaded and spacious

  • What we dislike

     Similar looking to ther BMW's

Exterior

 The front end of the GT is a combination of the imposing snout like that of the X family (though a slightly toned down version of it) and the new 5 Series. Looking at the side profile, as you move toward the rear, the swooping roofline reminds you of a coupe like design. The GT is tall (taller than a saloon though shorter than a SUV), lengthy (with a wheelbase equal to that of a 7 Series) and wide in order to provide all the luxurious cabin space that can be squeezed in. What is most important and surprising here is that it looks unmistakably like a BMW even with its unusual design theory. The wraparound headlamps and the bold, reverse-raked grille at the front add aggression to the GT. At the same time, the tail section is a bit of a debatable issue. 

 

  • What we like

     Looks unconventional

  • What we dislike

     Divides opinion

Mileage Running Cost

 The 5 GT is a heavy car so do not expect phenomenal efficiency figures, expect about 8-9 kmpl and the 5 GT also has many fuel saving features

  • What we like

     For a heavy car it does well

Comfort Suspension

 The GT’s centre of gravity is neither as low as a sedan nor as high as a SUV. This lends it driving characteristics that are a compromise between the two. A double wishbone front suspension and multilink rear with self-leveling air suspension come from the 7 Series and they give the GT an impeccable drive quality. The suspension is slightly on the stiffer side like a typical Beemer. This gives you all the necessary sportiness you would want from your GT.

  • What we like

     More soft than the 5 series sedan

  • What we dislike

     Still ride is a bit firm

Engine Performance

 The GT comes powered with a 3.0-litre oil burner that produces a peak power of 245PS at 4000rpm. What is more interesting here is the humongous propelling torque of 540Nm that starts acting from 1750rpm and keeps you excited all the way up till the tacho reads 3000. The straight six motor is quiet and humble and won’t make a noise to disturb you unless you have the pedal floored. And once that is done, 0-100km/h comes in 7.18 seconds. It feels much quicker in the car than what the figures suggest. The powerplant of the GT is mated with an eight-speed auto ‘box that does the job of shifting through the gears smoothly, quickly (almost like a twin clutch ’box) and efficiently. 

 

  • What we like

     Brilliant engine is responsive

  • What we dislike

     Refinement could be better

Braking Safety

 The GT weighs almost two tonnes. It will not show any body roll in a given corner, but set it through a couple of quick right-left combination of bends and the switchback is not as smooth and easy as you would expect. Pushing the GT through tight corners might introduce you to some understeer. To tackle this issue, BMW has installed the Dynamic Drive facility on the GT which allows you to choose from three driving modes – Normal (the best for day-to-day driving conditions), Sport (which gives you an option to add sportiness to either your transmission or chassis) and Sport+ (radically improves the transmission, suspension and handling though at the cost of the plush drive quality). The Sport modes address the understeer problem to an extent of making you wonder if you even faced it!

  • What we like

     Despite weight it handles well

  • What we dislike

     Still has some body-roll

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