2017 BMW 5 Series
2.0TD 520d M Sport xDrive
Cotswold Hereford BMW
|Colour||Black Sapphire Metallic|
Automatic air conditioning,BMW Professional navigation system,Front sport seats,BMW Online services,Front LED foglights,Active Guard,Active Pedestrian Safety,Adaptive LED headlights,Ambient lighting,Anthracite headlining,Auto transmission with gearshift paddles,Bluetooth handsfree system,BMW Emergency call,BMW TeleServices,Comfort Access,Comfort package,DAB digital radio,Digital Cockpit,Driver and front passenger lumbar support,Electric front seats with driver memory,Enhanced Bluetooth- wireless charging,Ext. mirrors- folding with anti-dazzle,harman kardon loudspeaker system,Headlight wash,Heated front seats,High beam assistant,High-gloss Shadowline exterior trim,M aerodynamic bodystyling,M Sport Plus package,M Sport suspension,Park Distance Control front and rear,Real time traffic information,Reversing assist camera,Run flat tyres,Single CD player,Sport model,Sun protection glass,Visibility package,WiFi hotspot preparation,xDrive,Dakota Leather interior
As the sector’s regular best-selling model, when things are good for the 5 Series, they are good for everyone. This is because when the Five is booming, business is booming thanks to the BMW being the desired choice of so many company car drivers.
Launched in 2017, this generation of 5 Series...
If you're after a big premium estate, you've never had it so good. The quality of models from the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and Audi mean there are really no bad choices. Whatever you choose, you're unlikely to be disappointed. In fact there are such fine margins between them, heralding one...
The ActiveHybrid5 is powered by a 3.0-litre twin turbo engine with 306PS (the same engine that's used in the 535i) along with an electric motor that develops 54PS and an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Combined, the engine and electric motor produce a total of 340PS and 450Nm of torque.
This is the saloon car that executives dream of owning. They pray for the day when the fleet manager sends them an email to say that the BMW 5 Series is an option for their next company car. It’s the ‘have your cake and eat it’ saloon. Comfortable and composed on a motorway, but playful...
A terrific all-rounder. All the family car you could ever need. Still want that SUV? Other cliches are available, but few estate cars are as capable as the BMW 5 Series Touring. It takes all the benefits of a 5 Series saloon, then adds a little extra space at the back.
The result is one of the...
Car makers are forever looking for the next big thing and, in 2009, BMW reckoned it had hit on this with the 5 Series Gran Turismo. The GT mixed up elements of the 7 Series luxury saloon that it borrowed most its under underpinnings from with coupe-cum-SUV looks.
This mash up of different styles...