Used 2017 BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo Pricing
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The BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo is unchanged for 2017.
- Both the six-and eight-cylinder engines are powerful and refined
- Front and rear seats are spacious and comfortable
- Interior is well-built with top-notch materials
- Dual-mode liftgate improves cargo-carrying flexibility
- More expensive than comparable sedans or SUVs
- Not as maneuverable as the typical luxury sedan
- Less cargo space than the typical luxury crossover SUV
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Features & Specs
Our experts like the 5 Series Gran Turismo models:
- Active Driving Assistant
- Warns if a collision is imminent and will hit the brakes automatically. It will also warn you if you begin to drift out of your lane.
- Night Vision
- See farther than the headlights allow. It highlights pedestrians and animals, too.
- Surround-View Cameras
- Take the guesswork out of maneuvering in tight spaces.
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If you want a large, luxury station wagon without the look of a wagon, this is the car. Much easier to get in and out of than an SUV. Drives much more like a sedan, yet has lots of storage when the back seats are folded down. Speaking of back seats, these are more comfortable than the back seats of the 7 series sedan, unless you spend the extra $5k to get the luxury back seat package on the 7 series. This is built on the previous generation 7 series frame (ie comfortable) with all the latest technology upgrades. It is the perfect car for long distance traveling for up to five adults.