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BMW introduced the new generation 5 Series earlier this year in India. We took the most powerful diesel version for a spin around Mumbai and here is our review of new BMW 530 M Sport model.
Having just won even more awards we send Howard Ritchie out with the latest G30 BMW 5 Series 530d XDrive to give it the once over. Like this film? Why not subscribe, update your notifications so you don’t miss another and of course – sharing is caring. Monthly Prices for BMW 530d M Sport xDrive Personal Lease: http://bit.ly/2QGXzBk Monthly Prices for BMW 530d M Sport xDrive Business Lease: http://bit.ly/2QDLwVh Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ContractHireAndLeasing Twitter – https://twitter.com/ContractHire LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/contracthireandleasing-com/ Search for personal car leasing deals - https://leasing.com/personal/car-leasing/ ContractHireAndLeasing.com is the nation's biggest leasing website with more deals updated more often than anyone else. With an unrivalled choice of business and personal leasing deals from hundreds of UK companies, whether you're looking for a single vehicle or an entire fleet we'll help you get More From Leasing. Obviously the driving dynamics are as you would expect and having this car also won awards from other publications such as Auto Express it isn’t going to be a bad drive. Does it have more road noise than the F10 BMW? Possibly yes, but this may be something to do with the 100kg weight saving, because other cars such as the XF and the E Class also have road noise today, when they didn’t used to. We explore the connected drive and BMW’s new 3D remote along with the new title system BMW have integrated to allow the driver to spend more time with their eyes on the road. The official MPG of the BMW 5 Series is 53mpg but on mixed average driving we noted 38mpg. The torque figure is impressive too at 437nm but its no 535d. Fingers crossed they make one for us here in Britain. Howard recommends the ICON LED lights as these are the lights that have selective beam and high beam assist, whereas the standard LED lights have limited functionality. And remember when leasing a car for business or personal, the options you choose are added to your monthly payment as an incremental increase. Written and produced by Howard Ritchie for ContractHireAndLeasing.com. Executive Producer: Chris Evans.
Comparison Passat vs Superb vs Mazda6: https://youtu.be/YLplgsCxY-Q Also see new Passat GTE: http://youtu.be/NUOwrucywKg Support us on Patreon if you like: http://www.patreon.com/autogefuehl Acceleration of the two Diesel versions as single video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn9D8Crnw-0 Crash test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOsFANgO1Bw Background text (German or use google translator): http://www.autogefuehl.de/2014/10/13/neuer-volkswagen-passat-b8-und-vw-passat-variant-testbericht/ This is our comprehensive test drive review of the all-new 2015 Volkswagen Passat sedan and then & VW Passat Variant (Germany), Estate (GB) or Wagon as you call it in the US (can't say right now if the wagon will come in the US.). The Passat is also called Magotan (similar, but built there) in China. Videos: http://tv.autogefuehl.de German Blog: http://autogefuehl.de http://facebook.de/autogefuehl Recommended: http://newcarz.de
2018 BMW 5 Series Review The 2018 BMW 5 Series is fast, comfortable and overflowing with technology. The 2018 BMW 5 Series lives up to the expectations set by its forebears. There's an engine for nearly every taste, and the car's handling capabilities are fundamentally sound. Factor in the 5 Series' latest tech and safety features, and you've got a prime pick for a midsize luxury sedan. BMW redesigned its 5 Series last year, giving the car updated styling and a bit more interior room without increasing weight. This year brings more changes, too. The 2018 5 Series has three new powertrain options: a plug-in hybrid (530e), a six-cylinder diesel engine (540d) and a twin-turbo V8 (M550i) that puts the car very close to BMW M5 territory. We were already fans of the base 530i and the 540i, so these additions carry an added benefit, whether it be the efficiency of the 530e and the 540d or the muscular power of the M550i. On the technology front, BMW continues to push the envelope, offering wireless Apple CarPlay integration, natural language voice recognition, and even a cool 3-D simulation of your car from the outside (you have to see to believe) by using the optional surround-view cameras. And as far as modern driver assist aids go, BMW's are among the best. Of course, there are other luxury sedans you should consider, including the Audi A6, the Lexus GS and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. We think highly of the 5 Series within this group, though, and it earns a solid recommendation. what's new Three new 5 Series variants join the lineup for 2018: the 530e iPerformance plug-in hybrid, the 540d xDrive six-cylinder diesel, and the range-topping M550i xDrive with its turbocharged V8. The 5 Series also gets some minor shuffling of options and packages this year. we recommend You'll very likely be content with the power from the 530i, but the extra power and more engaging sound of BMW's turbocharged six-cylinder make the 540i the 5 Series worth paying a little more for. In either case, we think the Driver Assistance Plus package, which adds a number of active safety features, is a must-have. We'd also add the Premium package to get keyless entry, heated seats and hands-free trunk opening. trim levels & features The 2018 BMW 5 Series is a five-passenger sedan available in five trim levels, all with different powertrains. The 530i (248 horsepower, 258 pound-feet of torque) and the 530e iPerformance plug-in hybrid (248 hp, 310 lb-ft) are powered by variants of BMW's turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Next are two six-cylinders: The 540i (335 hp, 332 lb-ft) gets a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, and the 540d (261 hp, 457 lb-ft) has a 3.0-liter inline-six diesel. At the top of the range is the M550i with its turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 (456 hp, 480 lb-ft). BMW's all-wheel drive, called xDrive, is an option on the 530i, the 530e and the 540i. It's standard on the 540d and the M550i. An eight-speed automatic is standard across the board. trim tested Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the 2017 BMW 530i (turbo 2.0L inline-4 | 8-speed automatic | RWD). driving If the driving experience is truly important to you, then the 530i is a sedan to consider. With the exception of upgraded brakes, this BMW doesn't rely on sheer horsepower or road grip to sling it around corners. What you get instead is a package that feels extremely well-rounded, which is better. comfort The 530i is a supremely comfortable car with impressive climate control features, highly adjustable and massaging seats, and a whisper-quiet, soft-riding cabin. The only issue we had with the climate system is its capacity to keep us properly chilled. interior The 530i's cabin is an excellent place to spend time as long as you aren't a tall rear passenger. The controls are as easy as they can be, but the countless functions take time to learn. Climbing in and out is a breeze, and between the camera aids and windows, there's no worry about blind spots. utility The 530i has a fairly generous trunk with flexible cargo configurations thanks to the 40/20/40-split folding rear seat. In-cabin storage has improved over previous years, and the car seat anchors are easily accessible. The amount of backseat space is the only concern for larger car seats. technology BMW is a technology juggernaut and one of the more aggressive manufacturers when it comes to innovative features. Most of them are useful, while some are cool parlor tricks, but we appreciate them all. But iDrive's character recognition may be getting too smart for its own good. Full Review https://www.edmunds.com/bmw/5-series/2018/review/ "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Thw new 2018 bmw 5 Series seems to be shredding its harder edge approach to appeal more to a wider market. The adaptive dampers helps to give this 2018 bmw 540i the benifit of bout worlds. Comfort and sporty driving in one package. if you are acustom to the ride in the Msport E39 or the E60 5 series then this G30 will feel like its floating on a cussion of air. the mercedes or Lexus driver will feel at home here in this cockpit. The quality of the materials and workmanship is second to none. The 2018 bmw 540i is wisper quiet as well. The adjustable dampers make a huge difference to this car and it nutralizes the bumps and keeps its occupants isolated and relaxed inside. TODAY'S SHOW WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY TORONTO BMW. Thanks for watching
This video gets you a test drive of the most powerful variant of the new generation of the 5 series, the 530D M sport. The new 5 Series brings together two traditional BMW design elements that lend the car a forward-surging character therefore providing the much needed muscularity. What also contribute to that are the narrowed down kidney grille and the headlamps. The rear has some very attractive edges and overall this new car looks one up on the last generation. In typical BMW style, the cockpit is angled towards the driver to put all controls within reach and facilitate intuitive driving. The rear-seat entertainment experience includes two 10'' colour displays along with a Blu-ray player an HDMI connection for mobile devices. The BMW 530d you see accelerates from 0 -100 km / hr in just 5.7 seconds to a top speed of 250 km / hr. Dynamic Damper Control improves ride quality and suspension by stabilizing all irregularities of the road surface. The driver is able to choose between different driving modes to suit the driving conditions. These driving modes include Comfort, Sport, Sport+, ECO PRO and Adaptive. Shams Naqvi drives the BMW 530 M Sport.
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