Used 2016 BMW 5 Series Pricing

List Price $52,500 - $58,150
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2016 Highlights

A slew of feature availability changes highlight the updates made for the 2016 BMW 5 Series. Every model gets enhanced USB and Bluetooth functionality, while the 550i gets additional standard features like a power trunk lid, satellite radio and a Harman Kardon sound system. One other small update is that beige cabins now come with black carpeting and interior panels for improved longevity.

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  • Superb engines with impressive fuel economy in most forms
  • high-quality interior that's packed with high-tech features
  • comfortable and composed ride.


  • Ho-hum handling
  • relatively small trunk
  • intrusive auto stop-start system.

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Used 2016 BMW 5 Series for Sale

BMW 5 Series 2016 550i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) Alpine White Mocha Nappa w/Black premium leather20,653 miles
Used 2016BMW 5 Series550i xDrive
Est.Loan: $905/mo
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2016 BMW 5 Series 550i xDrive 4.4L V8 DOHC 32V Reviews: * Superb engines with impressive fuel economy in most forms; high-quality interior that's packed with high-tech features; comfortable and composed ride. Source: Edmunds * Powerful and fuel-efficient engines; engaging handling; upscale interior; hatchback-style utility. Source: Edmunds * Exceptionally powerful engine; slick automated manual transmission; richly trimmed and well-equipped interior; impressively supportive and comfortable front seats. Source: Edmunds CARFAX One-Owner. ****Options Include:, AWD. Please don't hesitate to call Yad @ 855-895-8768 or email 24/7 @ he will be able to answer any and all questions!

BMW 5 Series 2016 535i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Jet Black 16,516 miles
Used 2016BMW 5 Series535i xDrive
Est.Loan: $873/mo
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BMW 5 Series 2016 535i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Azurite Black Metallic Black Nappa premium leather27,300 miles
Used 2016BMW 5 Series535i xDrive
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CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Azurite Black Metallic 2016 BMW 5 Series 535i xDrive AWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.0L I6 DOHC 24V TwinPower Turbo *ONE OWNER CARFAX*, *AWD*, *NAVIGATION SYSTEM*, *BACK-UP CAMERA*, *POWER MOONROOF*, *BLUETOOTH*, *REAR PARKING AID*, *BLIND SPOT MONITOR*, *LANE DEPARTURE SYSTEM*, *REMOTE ENGINE START*, *HEATED/COOLED LEATHER SEATS*, *SERVICED HERE*, *NEW TIRES*, 535i xDrive, 4D Sedan, 3.0L I6 DOHC 24V TwinPower Turbo, 8-Speed Automatic, AWD, Black w/Dakota Leather Upholstery.29/20 Highway/City MPGReviews: * Superb engines with impressive fuel economy in most forms; high-quality interior that's packed with high-tech features; comfortable and composed ride. Source: Edmunds * Long list of standard features; richly trimmed interior; seductive coupelike appearance. Source: Edmunds * Powerful and fuel-efficient engines; engaging handling; upscale interior; hatchback-style utility. Source: Edmunds

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NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
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  • Side Crash Rating

  • Side Barrier Rating

  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover9.3%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    Not Tested
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

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Consumer Rating

73 year old guy who has owned many cars
I bought my first BMW in 2014, a 4 cyl diesel. My other two cars are a 2014 Prius Sedan and a 2014 Prius V. I have owned GM's, Fords, Cadillac's, Jeeps, but for some reason I like diesel engines better. The first BMW, I absolutely fell in love with that car. I got 40mpg in town and 45 to 46 mpg on the highway. The car was so good, I wanted bigger, and decided to buy the 2016 BMW 535 diesel with the 6 cylinder engine. BMW did not skimp on quality or luxury with this car. I have never had any maintenance problem with BMW's, I keep my cars properly serviced and inspection clean. I get better mileage then what BMW says on their sticker, because, just like a Prius, you have to learn HOW to properly drive one. Some pro drivers don't like the cut off feature when the vehicle is stopped, and restart, but it never bothered me. It's a fuel saver. BMW diesel engines make very little noise. They are a pleasure to drive, and the car remains tight and noise free. The technical features are numerous but only add to the enjoyment of the vehicle. Just take a test drive in either the gas or diesel and you will see what I'm talking about. Note: I wrote this review last year at age 72. My opinion remains the same. Only the millage has changed. UPDATE April 29, 2017: My review of this car remains unchanged. In fact, I usually trade cars about every three years, but am considering just keeping this one. I keep the car garaged, had opti guard put on it when new, use a leather conditioner that is used on Rolls Royce cars, and keep the car in show room condition. The ride is still great and long drives are relaxing, comfortable and the six cylinder is plenty of power. Plus as I keep saying, a diesel engine will perform under the worst conditions and abuse. My dealership has an outstanding service department that checks on me now and then to see if everything ok or if I need any service. My other BMW is a 2016, 228i coupe 4 cyl turbo that is another great car. UPDATE November 1, 2017: Mr review of this car remains unchanged. I did have the wiper blades changed out, but the performance and ride have been 5 star. I did trade my 2016 228i coupe for a 2017 M240, but for trips out of town, the BMW diesel remains my most favorite car of all.
A Beautiful Classic, But Handling Could be Tighter
I Purchased my new 535I one month ago with most of the bells and whistles and from a technology, beauty, and build perspective this car can not be beat. The interior is amazing and all the electronics work like a charm. The navigation, voice system, and radio interface is awesome and the heads up display system is crazy good. The way the heads up display integrates everything, you really never have to look down. The biggest downside so far is that the car does drive like a large sedan and even in sport mode it does not hold the road as well as I expected. Acceleration in the 535I is excellent, but it feels like it is floating more than i would like when cruising on the highway. The run flat tires make the ride somewhat rough i think and generate extra road noise. I will have to consider changing those out for traditional all season tires and just hope for no flat tire. The Jaguar XF felt like a sportier ride and also has great electronics, but in my case it had some other drawbacks such as the low ground clearance and interior color selection. The BMW is a great car, but as in all things there is some room for improvement in the ride.
Leaves the MB-E350 in the Rear View Mirror
In moving from a Mercedes E-350 Sedan after two years to the BMW 528i (Premium, Luxury, Seating, Driver Assistance Pkg.) I'm now asking 'what took me so long'? From handling to comfort to every bell and whistle, and the turbo engine (who needs the 535i) it's simply a much better automobile.