10 Speakers, 18 x 8.0 Radial-Spoke (Style 237) Wheels, Automatic temperature control, Dakota Leather Upholstery, Emergency communication system: BMW Assist, Fully automatic headlights, High intensity discharge headlights: Bi-xenon, Lumbar Support, Memory seat, Power Front Seats, Power moonroof, Steering wheel mounted A/C controls, Steering wheel mounted audio controls.2013 BMW 5 Series 535iVery well maintained - Has undergone our rigorous inspection and we ensure it has met our high standard of quality and safety -We take pride in our cars by having the best inventory at the best prices - All the services are up to date and tires and brakes are at or above standard requirement - Optional Extended service contracts are available and we encourage you to come see and drive this vehicle at our dealership located in downtown Oakland!Awards:* JD Power APEAL Study * 2013 IIHS Top Safety Pick * 2013 KBB.com Brand Image Awards Reviews:* While the majority of its competition tend to lean in a particular direction when it comes to comfort, performance and practicality, the 2013 BMW 5 Series offers equal quantities of all three, even in base form. Additionally, if a third pedal is a requirement in your next luxury-sports sedan, the 5 Series is the only car in the category to offer a manual transmission. Source: KBB.com* Strong and relatively fuel-efficient engines; capable handling; clean interior design with high-quality materials; top safety scores; excellent seats; plenty of high-tech features. Source: EdmundsTerms and Conditions: Prices do not include government fees and taxes, any finance charges, any dealer document processing charge, any electronic filing charge, and any emission testing charge. Subject to prior sale. * While every reasonable effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this information, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on these pages. Please verify any information in question with Volkswagen of Oakland.
For 2013, 550i models get a new version of the 4.4L twin-turbocharged V8 engine, making 445 horsepower and 480 pound feet of torque--that's 45 hp and 30 lb-ft more than last year. BMW 5-Series GT models now get engine stop-start, alongside the 5-Series sedans that received it last year, and the 5-Series vehicles get a new Eco Pro driving mode. <p><p>5-Series models otherwise get a new user-configurable 10.25-inch multi-function instrument display with Black Panel technology, as well as a new 'contactless' trunk opener, while a new Bang & Olufsen surround-sound system will be optional.
The 2013 BMW 5-Series is available with 4-cylinder 528i, 6-cylinder 535i or V8 550i models, as well as with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. 528I models include a turbocharged four making 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, with that peak torque achieved at just 1,250 rpm. The turbo six in 535i models makes 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft, while the twin-turbocharged V8 in the 550i generates 445 hp and 480 lb-ft.
Each of these engines are turbocharged, with direct injection and BMW's Valvetronic system, which can vary intake valve lift to both save fuel and aid responsiveness. Fuel economy ratings are an impressive 23 mpg city, 34 highway for the 528i and 20/30 mpg. Engine Auto Start/Stop also helps save fuel in stop-and-go driving by stopping the engine momentarily, then starting it smartly when you begin to ease off the brake pedal. An "Eco Pro" mode allows for more mindful driving, while a single Driving Dynamics Control selector lets the driver click between Comfort, Normal, Sport and Sport+ modes that coordinate throttle and transmission response, steering boost, stability-control intervention and in affected cars, the Dynamic Damping Control suspension (which helps combine a soft ride with crisp response when you need it) and Active Roll Stabilization (which reduces lean in cornering). Additionally, a system called Integral Active Steering is available and gives the 5-Series sedan a more nimble feel by steering--slightly--with the rear wheels.
While the 528i is the most fuel-efficient model in the lineup, those looking for green performance will want to look at the ActiveHybrid5, which pairs the 300-hp turbocharged 6-cylinder engine with a 54-hp electric-motor system and 1.3-kWh lithium-ion battery pack; the hybrid system delivers its power through the 8-speed automatic transmission, and it accelerates to 60 mph in about 5.5 seconds--in other words, it's just as quick as the 535i, only more fuel-efficient. EPA ratings for the ActiveHybrid5.
The 5-Series lineup includes great seats in all variants; in front they're widely adjustable and especially good for taller drivers. BMW's iDrive screen-driven interface comes in all 5-Series models, and it's been improved in recent years with more intuitive, streamlined menus and controls.
BMW's 5-Series models have traditionally touted some of the most advanced safety-technology features in the business, and in this respect the latest models don't at all disappoint. Options on the lineup include active cruise control, a night vision system, a head-up display, a parking assistant and Driver Assistance packages bring lane departure warning with collision mitigation plus active blind-spot detection and multiple camera views.
Either through the Sport Package or through the M Sport Package, sport suspension is available as well as larger wheels, an M Sport steering wheel and an aero kit. A 15-speaker sound system is available as an a-la-carte option, but those willing to splurge will appreciate the awesome sound of the 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen premium system.
All 5-Series models include dual-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers, power heated mirrors, xenon adaptive headlamps, dynamic cruise control, and other extras. All but the base 528i get a few additional upgrades, to Dakota leather plus power multi-contour front seats, hard-drive navigation, a rear-view camera and park distance control. Newly included this year is a multifunction instrument display that allows multiple gauge layouts depending on which Driving Dynamics mode is engaged.
There's no 5-Series wagon, but there is a 5-Series Gran Turismo (GT), which is a unique body style that's part wagon and part hatchback, with a somewhat taller seating position more like that of a utility vehicle. Back-seat space in the Gran Turismo is superior to that in the 5-Series sedan, with a better view outward, too, and a unique 2-piece tailgate and folding rear seats add more cargo versatility and convenience.