2018 BMW 5-Series | Specifications | Tech reviews
We are happy to mention some reviews about 2018 BMW 5- series, giving it 8.9 out of 10 which is based on our research and experience of the car, this was done by our review team of LTR magazine.
BMW 5- series a luxury midsized car is a joy to ride in cities, on highways and even on long vacations as well. Why is it that good?
Actually this is really that good, because it has stimulating engine and prowess as a nimble sports sedan. Super comfortable seats, appealing latest technology, and an elegant cabin with good space all make it a pleasure to ride in.
Features & Specifications of 2018 BMW 5- Series
• Diverse Engine options
• User friendly latest technology & trends
• Spacious & comfortable cabin
• large trunk space
• Oops, bit more expensive than other models
• M550i sport -tuned trim added
• Seat capacity – 5
• Mileage – 16 – 24 in city and 25- 34 on highway
• Horse power- 248- 450
• Price of 2018 BMW 5- series : starting price is $52,500
• Safety : safe in big crashes, and individual safety has been implemented
• Interior- coolest one, read more reviews
2018 BMW 5- series includes-
• 530i Sedan , $49, 240
• 530e iPerformance Plug-In Hybrid, $49,230
• 530e xDrive iPerformance Plug-In Hybrid, $51,370
• 530i xDrive Sedan, $51,370
• 540i Sedan, $54,160
• 540i xDrive Sedan, $56,300
• M550i xDrive Sedan, $68,760
Everything you need to know about 2018 BMW 5- Series
It is not just an amazing car, it is beyond that. If we talk about its transmission, it is fully automatic and all wheel drive car 4.4 L / 268. If you want to save your budget then, you should know this: it gives you mileage of 16 in the city and 25 on the highways. It has super powerful engine: twin turbo premium unleaded V- 8 4.4 L / 268.
Is the BMW 5 Series a Good Car?
Yes, a big yes, in fact it is one of the best car in its class. A faithful leader in any luxury segment needs to look the best when it comes to latest technology.
I want this car, really?
Okay, lets dig deeper and know how it actually performs so we can take a better decision before invest a huge amount.
How Much Does the BMW 5 Series Cost?
Starting price of around $51,000 and price may depend on your location. the 5 Series sedan is one of the pricier models in our luxury midsize car rankings. In addition to the base 530i trim, this car is available as the 540i (MSRP of around $57,000) and the M550i (MSRP $73,400). The plug-in hybrid 530i has a price tag of $52,400, but some shoppers may be able to lower this by $4,668, thanks to a federal tax credit. BMW’s xDrive all-wheel-drive system is standard in the M550i and can be added to the other trims for about $2,300. For great savings at your local BMW dealer, check out our U.S. News Best Price Program. You can also find excellent manufacturer incentives on our BMW deals page.
Interior & Performance
Cool! 5-series of BMW 2018 can give comfortable seats to 5 people, and front seats are more comfortable than you can expect. It comes with 16 or 20 ways to adjust the front seats. If want to choose leather used in seats, you can choose from standard synthetic leather or Nappa or Dakota leather, and you can add some style in the stitching as well.
It feels good on the rear seats as well, both are spacious and comfortable, and of course you can’t compare the comfort that you get while sitting on the front.
Reviews of 2018 BMW 5-Series
It has dynamic handling, a good selection of powerful engines, and superb fuel economy from its turbo 4 – cylinder engine are among the top performing factors in 5- series of 2018 BMW. It is almost a holy cow from being a hybrid car, in this all four trim level comes with its own power train, covering range from a plug -in hybrid to 456- horse power V-8.
There are two main engines: four – cylinder ( 248 horse power) and other one is inline six – cylinder ( 335 horse power)
Good news for fast drivers, this vehicle got top crash test scores and it has also got good ranking for its headlights. According to IIHS this car offers highest front crash prevention if it is embedded with frontal collision warning.