BMW 5 Series facelift

BMW introduced the upgraded version of its new 5 Series, with new embellishments on the exterior and features like different ambient lighting, a trackpad added to the iDrive control dial, to name a few, in the interior.

By Carandbike Team


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Published on January 6, 2014

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    BMW has launched the new 5 Series facelift in India. The facelift sees cosmetic upgrades and additional features on the 5 Series and boasts of a price tag that starts from Rs 46.9 lakhs.

    BMW has given the new 5 Series a slightly more pronounced front grille, chrome surrounds for the front fog lamps, re-styled lower air intakes and slimmer, sharp looking tail-lamps and updated front and rear apron. The side turn indicators are now integrated with the wing mirrors and it also gets new-design alloy wheels.

    Xenon headlamps and LED fog lamps form part of the standard equipments and BMW also gives the buyer an option of getting adaptive LED headlamps.

    Inside, BMW says that they have increased the storage spaces. The ambient lighting can be alternated between orange and white while the iDrive control screen comes with a trackpad on the control dial and also gets a chrome border. The 5 Series also boasts of improved fuel consumption with the help of a function that disengages the powertrain when coasting. An added feature allows the opening and closing of the boot with a motion of the foot under the rear bumper.

    The BMW 5 Series range is priced as follows: (all prices ex-showroom Delhi)

    BMW 520d Modern: Rs 46.9 lakh

    BMW 520d Luxury: Rs 46.9 lakh

    BMW 525d Luxury: Rs 51.9 lakh

    BMW 530d M Sport: Rs 57.9 lakh

    BMW has not revealed prices for the petrol engine range for India yet.



    Last Updated on January 15, 2014

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