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2013 BMW 5 Series Consumer Discussions


Ordered 2003 530 auto with premium/xenon/lumbar/heated wheel for 1500.00 below MSRP. This is a lease..don't know what monthly payments are going to be. Is this a good deal? Residual value will be ?...

2013 328i sedan: Imperial Blue Metallic/Black leather, Premium Package, Heated front seats, Dark Burl Walnut trim, Navigation, F&R Parking sensors, Rear view camera, 8-speed auto....

their website just for the X5 (they left 3 and 5 series stuff up there)...

The trunk is about 30 percent smaller than other 5 series but it still quite enough IMHO. Only drawback is that you can not fold down the rear seats for additional occasional hauling. Plus, the badg...

I am looking into the possibility of leasing a 2013 5 series in Virginia, all in the $58-63k range, and would love to get a comparable deal of less than $600 with less than $4k out of pocket with no c...

Can?t tell the new 3 apart from the current 5 cause the F30 3 Series is as big as a proper 5 Series and looks a lot like the F10 5 Series....

With all this talk about turbos for the new M3, we shouldn’t forget that with the new 5 Series and 6 Series due out next year as 2011 models, the following year will bring M versions of those...

the 3rd gen X5 is anticipated in 2013 and the 5 series would probably be due for a mid-cycle refresh. I cannot see myself keeping the car for a long time as the technology is always improving and I l...

I have been experiencing problems with the computer system on my 2013 BMW 5 series. The navigation system shuts off in the middle of a trip. The car doesn't recognize the music on my iPod. I can't sea...
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