BMW 5 Series Summary
|Max Power||248 bhp @ 5200 rpm|
BMW 5 Series Price List in India
BMW 5 Series price start at ₹ 55.4 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 68.4 Lakh. Check out the entire BMW 5 Series variants on-road price in India. Get more info on BMW 5 Series new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date 5 Series four wheeler ex-showroom price.
BMW 5 Series Variants Price
|5 Series Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1998 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 15.01 kmpl||₹ 55.4 Lakh|
|1998 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 15.01 kmpl||₹ 60.9 Lakh|
|1995 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 18.48 kmpl||₹ 60.9 Lakh|
|2993 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 14.8 kmpl||₹ 68.4 Lakh|
BMW 5 Series Colours
- Alpine White
- Black Sapphire
- Cashmere Silver
- Imperial Blue
- Mediterranean Blue
- Bluestone Metallic
- Carbon Black
BMW 5 Series Highlights
BMW's line-up of cars has always been fun to drive, and the 5-Series is no exception. The 5-Series (E60) was cherished among enthusiasts and buyers alike for its engaging rear-wheel-drive dynamics, modern interiors and good ride comfort; however, when the F10 came along, it took some of that away and left many disappointed. The BMW 5 Series new model (G30) is a huge leap forward in terms of styling and technology, and is, in essence, a mini version of the larger and more opulent 7-Series. With the G30, BMW have been careful in not tampering with a good formula, and have instead tinkered with it to an extent. It gets the latest tech, is lighter than the previous car, comes with an updated iDrive system, semi-autonomous driving features and revised suspension, and of course, brings back the fun-to-drive factor.
On the outside, the elongated headlamps merge with the large, vertical kidney grille. The front bumper looks sportier than before. However, the creases on the bonnet are very subtle, while the wheel arches too are gently flared. The side profile consists of tighter character lines, giving the new 5-Series a fresher, bolder design language. Its long wheelbase adds to the overall girth of the car, but the limousine-like length is very appealing. At the rear, the tail lamps look sleek, while the rear bumper has a nice, curved shape to it, along with dual exhausts as well.
The BMW 5-Series variants are as follows: 520d Sport Line, 530i Sport Line, 520d Luxury Line and 530d M-Sport. Features include adaptive LED headlamps, 360-degree surround cameras, Dakota leather seats, paddle-shifters, an i-Drive system with touchscreen, touch pad, gesture control and click-wheel operation, four-zone climate control, hands-free parking, electrically adjustable front seats with memory function for the driver's seat, and a remote parking feature that lets you operate the car to park right in front of you, and a sunroof among other goodies. For its price, BMW 5 Series is extremely well-loaded.
At the front, the seats are large and supportive. Even at the rear, there is ample headroom, legroom and thigh support, while the seats are very well cushioned. The dashboard feels plush, and there's a use of chrome and wood as well, for those who expect class. As you would expect from the BMW 5 Series on-road price and segment, the levels of quality are simply top-notch. The three-spoke steering, on the other hand, has touches of chrome, which looks pretty neat. There are also lots of bits from the 7-Series that have carried over to the 5-Series as well - like the gesture control and the 'Individual', 'Sport' and 'Comfort' buttons. You'll also find a space-saver spare tyre in the boot.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The BMW 5-Series is powered by three engine options: a 2.0-litre diesel that produces 188bhp and 400Nm of torque, a 2.0-litre petrol that makes 248bhp and 350Nm of torque and a 3.0-litre diesel that makes 258bhp and 560Nm of torque. All motors are paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder diesel engine is quiet at idle. Performance is brisk, while 'Comfort' mode allows for some pretty quick overtaking. Even in 'Sport' mode, the car feels quick without being overly enthusiastic. The engine has a strong mid-range is quite rev-happy as well. The 8-speed automatic gearbox shifts up quickly and effortlessly as well. In Comfort mode, the car feels a bit too soft, but in Sport mode, the ride is just about perfect. The steering feels light, but a little sharper than before.
The BMW 5-Series' ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 22.48kmpl for the diesel model and 15.56kpl for the petrol model.