Price: $22,750

Year 2015

Make BMW

Model 5 SERIES

Trim 528I SEDAN 4D

Drivetrain RWD

Transmission AUTOMATIC

Engine 4-CYL, TURBO, 2.0 LITER

Mileage 65,730

Doors 4

Exterior Color GREY

Interior Color BLACK

VIN WBA5A5C54FD521292

Stock No. 4729

Vehicle Equipment

Vehicle Description

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True, the BMW 2015 5-Series may have lost some of its intense connection to enthusiasts over the past decade, as great cars like the XF, CTS, and A6 hit the road. The 5-Series remains in touch with its long-earned reputation for responsive handling and crisp sport-sedan looks, even while it's blossomed into a family of cars.

BMW turned back the clock with the current 5-Series, cutting through some of the design clutter accumulated over the years. The family now includes a bulbous-bodied Gran Turismo hatchback, and a huge range of powertrains-4-, 6-, and 8-cylinders, gas and diesel and hybrid among them.

With any the 5-Series delivers nuanced handling, an excellent ride, and lots of impressive technology.

Now on the road for four years, this generation of 5-Series led the way as BMW turned away from tall, glassy cabins and reverted to a slimmer, leaner, less ornate look. A quick refresh with a new grille and front-end design came last year.Luckily, they didn't mess with the 5er's near-perfect silhouette and stance. A Luxury trim level is available for anyone that wants a distinctive grille and wheels; for a bolder look yet, there's an M Sport bundle of trim.

On the 528i, BMW fits a 240-hp turbo-4 with 260 lb-ft of torque. Its worst sin is a tractor-like engine note. Forgive that and it starts working hard at low engine speeds, putting out peak torque at 1,250 rpm, and moving around the mid-size sedan with similar strength as older inline-6 models. It connects to an excellent 8-speed automatic.

Up front, the 5er has supportive seats that live up to the usual BMW hype. Taller drivers will appreciate the extendable bottom cushions on the front seats. Even passengers with back issues can find a good seating position, and a place to relax for a hundreds-mile ride.

BMW biases interior space to the front seat, so the back suffers in comparison to pedestrian machines like the Accord and Passat. Back-seat leg room takes a noticeable hit, compared to other luxury mid-sizers, but BMW trims the back of the front seats in hard plastic and makes it even more of an issue.

*This vehicle is Certified Pre-Owned and is eligible for our third party warranty program. 

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