While no longer available in the U.S., the BMW 5 Series Touring remains a popular choice among European customers. Considered a versatile and classy vehicle, the BMW 5 Series Touring is continuing its tradition with the latest model, dubbed F11.
The design of the new BMW 5 Series Touring is characterized by dynamic and powerful looks. With its long bonnet, short overhangs and a steeply inclined roofline, the new BMW 5 Series Touring is one of the most beautiful Tourings ever to come out of BMW’s production lines.
In Germany, the F11 BMW 5 Series Touring starts at 42,600 euro, the 184 horsepower 520d model, followed by the cheapest petrol variant, BMW 523i with 204 horsepower which starts at 44,500 euro.
Even it is still fairly early to anticipate, the expectations are the best-selling model would be the BMW 530d with 245 horsepower inline six, which starts at 51,950 euro.
Completing the current range of engines, the 306 horsepower BMW 535i has a starting price of 52,950 euro.
All models are equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, which will be replaced at an additional cost of 2,200 euro by an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Those of you that enjoy playing with the online BMW configurator, the F11 BMW 5 Series Touring just went live on the BMW UK website and can be found at this link.