2013 BMW 5 Series 528i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
Just bought 528 ix. The drive is really fun; car has enough power with great G/M.
The transmission is great.
The problem is only that the basic car comes naked. You have to pay for literally all options.
LetÂs say, back up camera which Honda installs in any CRV, or side blinkers which Kia installs on $18,000 Forte. And those options my $55,000 car does not have because they are too expensive.
I donÂt like too big and too thin wheel, and the lack of spare tire.
What exactly should you do if your tire blows up and you canÂt drive to local shop due to long distance or inconvenient time?
Otherwise I recommend the car. It comes with free maintenance for 5 years
Good MPG, Absolutly great 8 gear transmission
smaller and thicker wheal and to have spare tire
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