It comes with a 5. The new 5 Series M Sport Package echoes the suspension set up of the forthcoming high-performance M5, sharing links and bushes, to provide the perfect mix of handling and comfort. At highway speeds, the assistance reduces, allowing for more relaxed, yet precise vehicle control. Once you experience this remarkable combination of advanced driving systems on the road, any conventional luxury car becomes an inconceivable proposition. A Premium Package is not available on the 550, as the equipment is already standard on with the trim. Basically, this remarkable innovation delivers variable assistance, adjusting the steering ratio depending on vehicle speed; when parking, the wheel requires less than 2 turns lock-to-lock.
A variable warning segment in the tachometer activates at a lower rpm when the engine is cold, and the three-spoke steering wheel holds multifunction controls. Their innovative four-valve technology means that each cylinder has two intake valves and two exhaust valves, allowing each chamber to breathe deeply with each stroke. The result: swift acceleration and effortless cruising. Wood trim in place of Aluminium is optionally available. The world's first Active Steering system is standard on all models. We bought a money trap.
Large circular fog-lamps are set into flared gills flanking the enhanced under-bumper air intake with its dark mesh lattice. Standard tires measure 17 inches in diameter. Someone else can have the headache!! Three 5 Series models are available. The last improvement would be to have the nav system not require a dvd at all times to work it should be able to load to an onboard computer and then remove the dvd. The 550i and M5 sedans are rear-wheel drive only, and the 530 wagon is available in all-wheel drive only. The 525 has more than enough power and standard equipment to match and car in its class.
The Sport Package upgrades the tires to 245 series run-flats, 20-way power front seats, active roll stabilization, and sport suspension. The 530i offers two transmission choices beyond the standard six-speed manual. The only options I got where Auto, heated seats and I just had to have the voice activated Navigation. Real-time traffic information is included in 525s that have a navigation system. The turn signals have clear lenses. The Sport package upgrades the wheels and tires to 18-inch run-flats.
The 5 Series is powered by a 3. The ride, quality, looks and just about everything else have exceeded my expectations 10 fold. My 525 came equipped with the Luxury package so I have almost every option imaginable. Every part of the car seems designed with high speed handling in mind. It's fairly quiet and smooth.
Either the driver or front passenger can operate the system's control knob atop the center console. We bought a money trap. Three 5 Series models are available. All 5-Series come with comprehensive stability technology that includes dynamic stability control, dynamic traction control, dynamic brake control. One problem after the other. The 525's inline-six produces 215 horsepower, while the 550's V8 produces 360 horsepower. Adaptive brake lights are standard.
The swivelling headlights follow steering movements, illuminating up to 90% of the road in bends. The only improvements I would like to see are: more room in the center console it has very limited storage room. Call or Text us at 808-201-6026 to schedule. All 5-Series come with comprehensive stability technology that includes dynamic stability control, dynamic traction control, dynamic brake control. The M5 stands apart from the rest of the 5-Series, and is one of the best performance sedans in the world. Interior Up to five occupants fit inside the 525 sedan.
Both front occupants get a 10-way power seat adjustment with driver memory. The seats could be more comfortable, and the stereo seems to be fairly pedestrian especially the lack of bass at low volume. The 550i also offers the same transmission choices as the 530i. We thought we were buying a nice car. First installed in the 7 Series, the iDrive control system uses a 6.