You don't have to have kids to own this
car. This is my 3rd BMW and I love it.
Came out of a Nissan SUV which was nice
but the gas milage and ride was KILLING
me.I am now getting 30MPG on the
highway! My last BMW was an 89 3 series
(2.5L) that I had for 225,000 miles so
I know this engine can go the distance
and all of the extras on this car are
amazing (fully loaded).
After seven years driving my reliable but plodding Volvo 940, my new 525iT is a luxurious breath of fresh air! It may look like your tame suburban station wagon, but it drives like a spirited sports car. The optional leather seats and interior are luxurious and the premium sound system superb. I keep finding excuses to go driving!
i've always wanted a wagon,however, i
dont have any kids...YET.the price of
this vehicle was enough for me 2 sign
$28,000 for a 2001 bmw 525i wagon w/
only 22,000 miles
i have had sooooo much fun driving
u can buy bmw's back of book
I bought this 525i wagon because the purchase price of the wagons were lower than the sedans, and I have two kids. I have yet to be disappointed. The low center of gravity (I stand taller than the car) and wide wheelbase give it a solid, performance feel very similiar to the sedan. Also, interior room rivals my Chrysler pacifica. It is amazing how much clear space there is for hauling with the seats down. The level control system compensates the suspension beautifully with a full load of family and stuff. It is a beautiful orient blue with honeycomb BMW rims, low profile tires and tinted windows. I love it.
Love the car overall and cannot find anything comparable. Outstanding gas mileage & performance. Smooth quiet and responsive ride and handling. Accessories are light weight... cup holders replaced twice, don't work well anyway, sunroof replaced twice after falling from tilt mode. Bought it certified so have the extended warranty and bought extended maint... so far well worth it. The parking sensors are fantastic, all cars should have them.