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2014 BMW 5 Series
2014 bmw 5 series
2014 BMW 5 Series

2014 BMW 5 Series

MSRP
$49,500 - $92,900
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
14-26 / 20-38 mpg
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For most of its four-decade history, the BMW 5 Series has been known for its classic style, exacting craftsmanship and athletic personality. More so than perhaps any other model in the company's lineup, this midsize luxury sport sedan epitomized BMW's "Ultimate Driving Machine" advertising tagline. The 2014 BMW 5 Series represents a larger, more See more

2014 BMW 5 Series

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2014 BMW 5 Series

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U.S. News & World Report - Cars

2014 BMW 5-Series: What You Need to Know

The 2014 BMW 5 Series offers a relaxing ride – thanks to its smooth suspension and supple seats – and comes with an array of authoritative engines. However, the 5 Series is more about comfort than sport; it isn't the most agile of luxury midsize cars.
Edmunds.com

2014 BMW 5 Series REVIEW

For most of its four-decade history, the BMW 5 Series has been known for its classic style, exacting craftsmanship and athletic personality. More so than perhaps any other model in the company's lineup, this midsize luxury sport sedan epitomized BMW's "Ultimate Driving Machine" advertising tagline. The 2014 BMW 5 Series represents a larger, more practical generation of this famed nameplate that prioritizes comfort, safety, technology and, yes, fuel economy over a sporty driving experience. Even so, the 5 Series remains one of the world's pre-eminent midsize luxury sedans, and if you're shopping in the class, you'd be remiss to skip over it. For 2014, the 5 Series continues to evolve. The big news is the arrival of the diesel BMW 535d sedan, which has a turbocharged, 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine good for 255 hp and 413 pound-feet of torque. Better yet, it's EPA-rated at 30 mpg combined (whether you stick with rear-wheel drive or opt for all-wheel drive), which tops the four-cylinder 528i's efficiency numbers and makes the diesel 5 Series one of the most fuel-efficient midsize luxury sedans out there. In a nod to shoppers with different priorities, BMW has also upgraded the V8 engine in the 550i. It now makes 443 hp and should deliver you to 60 mph with even more haste as a result. In between you'll find the 302-hp 535i sedan, which remains impressively quick in its own right. The 5 Series already had one of the nicest interiors in this class, but BMW has made a number of changes here as well. New Luxury and Modern equipment lines join the existing M Sport package, and each has its own interior and exterior trim combinations to help you tailor the car to your liking. A navigation system is now standard across the board (formerly, it was optional for the 528i), as is a revised control dial for BMW's iDrive system with a touchpad that recognizes hand-traced characters. A longer options list includes a new rear entertainment system with dual, tilt-adjustable screens and an upgraded suite of connected services that includes a personal concierge. However you equip it, the 2014 BMW 5 Series offers an impressively complete package. Nonetheless, it faces formidable competition, starting with the 2014 Audi A6 , the all-new 2014 Cadillac CTS and the 2014 Lexus GS 350 . All three of these sedans offer much of the sportiness the 5 Series once had but sacrificed in favor of increased comfort and refinement. If you're after more of a full-on luxury experience, the Jaguar XF and Mercedes-Benz E-Class are also worth a serious look. Ultimately, each of these midsize luxury sedans has its own personality, and there's really not a bad choice to make in this group. Whether you bring home the BMW or one of the others, you'll likely be quite happy with your purchase.
Motor Trend

2014 BMW 535d First Test

How good is the 2014 BMW 535d diesel sedan? Find out in this Motor Trend First Test review, with specs and plenty of 2014 535d photos.
Motor Trend

2014 BMW 5 Series

A new diesel engine joins the 2014 BMW 5 Series lineup. Both the sedan and GT receive minor cosmetic tweaks and can now be had in three distinct trim styles: Luxury Line, Modern Line, and M Sport.
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