BMW is no stranger to producing stonkingly great executive cars, and the F10 5-Series is the culmination of all the lessons the German firm has learnt. From its engines and chassis, to interior quality and its iDrive infotainment system, everything feels honed to make the driving experience first rate.
In March 2017, a plug-in hybrid variant of the all new BMW 5 Series will complete the 5 Series range. Featuring technology derived directly from the BMW i brand, the BMW 530e iPerformance Saloon offers a dynamic driving experience with…
Having read Diesel Car for many years and also as a fan of the BMW marque, I thought I would write to refer to the comments on run flat tyres (RFT) in the Christmas edition. I personally have had no…
A new-generation 2.0-litre diesel engines for the 5 Series leads the highlights as BMW announce revisions for 5 and 4 series.
The BMW Saloon and Touring are now available with a new 518d engine which minimises buying and operating costs, and will be of particular appeal to UK business drivers.
A comprehensive package of improvements and additions to BMW’s class-leading 5 Series range headlines a wide-ranging programme of product enhancements.
The 5 Series engine range grows with the arrival of a new twin-turbocharged 525d model and upgrades to the 530d and 535d for September 2011.
The arrival of the new BMW 520d EfficientDynamics Saloon in September sets a new benchmark for efficiency and driving pleasure in its class.