After watching so many of its stablemates get the new BMW look, the 5 Series finally got its day under the knife. And today, BMW revealed the official pricing for the 2017 5 Series lineup.
While the changes in its appearance are obvious, with its new face, body lines and more, there is also the careful use of aluminum, high-strength steel and magnesium to help it drop 137 pounds. There are also some brand-new names that roll in with the new look: 530i, 540i, M550i, 530e and 530e xDrive iPerformance.
While the latter three models have yet to receive official prices, the 530i and 540i are all priced up. The base 530i, which has a new 248-horsepower four-cylinder engine, will start from $51,200 and rise to $53,500 with xDrive all-wheel drive. As for the 540i, which has 35 more horsepower than the old 535i, it will base from $56,450 and jump to $58,750 with xDrive. These prices are before the $995 in destination and delivery fees.
These prices make the 530i models precisely $1,000 more than the outgoing 528i and the 540i models just $600 more than the old 535i.
As for new standard features, the 2017 5 Series lineup will now include adaptive LED headlights, sport seats, fatigue and focus alert, 18-inch wheels and an anthracite headliner.
The 530i and 540i will arrive in showrooms on Feb. 11, 2017, while the M550i, 530e and 530e xDrive iPerformance will arrive in the spring of the same year.
We’ll bring you updates on the 2017 5 Series as they become available.