2014 BMW 5 Series ratings and reviews

BMW’s ability to create cars that fall within various budgets to meet almost every driver’s needs is something that’s tough to match in the auto world. Its 2014 5 Series proves that BMW knows what it’s doing with the midsize sedan that perfectly blends athleticism with comfort and luxury. The lineup includes five trim levels, each with a different powertrain, starting with the 528i’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine, leatherette upholstery, push-button start, navigation, and a 10-speaker sound system. A turbocharged inline six-cylinder comes to the 535i, which also gets a sunroof and 18-inch wheels, while 535d gets a diesel inline-six but with the same equipment. 550i swaps the engine for a turbocharged V8 and adds a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, and 18-way power front seats. The lineup also offers an ActiveHybrid 5 trim with a hybrid powertrain in addition to the 535i’s six-cylinder gas engine.

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BMW’s ability to create cars that fall within various budgets to meet almost every driver’s needs is something that’s tough to match in the auto world. Its 2014 5 Series proves that BMW knows what it’s doing with the midsize sedan that perfectly blends athleticism with comfort and luxury. The lineup includes five trim levels, each with a different powertrain, starting with the 528i’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine, leatherette upholstery, push-button start, navigation, and a 10-speaker sound system. A turbocharged inline six-cylinder comes to the 535i, which also gets a sunroof and 18-inch wheels, while 535d gets a diesel inline-six but with the same equipment. 550i swaps the engine for a turbocharged V8 and adds a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, and 18-way power front seats. The lineup also offers an ActiveHybrid 5 trim with a hybrid powertrain in addition to the 535i’s six-cylinder gas engine.
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