Facelifted BMW 5-Series gets priced in Australia image

BMW has recently announced the official price list for the facelifted 5-Series in Australia, where the model is now available to its future owners from 79,900 AUD.

According to the German based automaker, the cheapest version of the BMW 5-Series in Australia is the 520i sedan, which will set you back for 79,900 AUD, while the most expensive is the 550i sedan, priced from 159,900 AUD. BMW says that the entry-level 520i and 520d are getting standard equipment such as the dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, electric front seats, front and rear parking sensors, rearview camera, cruise control with braking function, LED foglights, iDrive touch controller and much more.

BMW says that all 5-Series models are now getting either the Luxury Line or the Modern Line styling packages as standard and for the sedan, the M Sports package becomes available. No modifications have been applied to the engine lineup so all BMW 5-Series models, from the facelifted version, are still getting the same units under their hoods with the same outputs.

520i sedan – $79,900
520d sedan – $82,400
528i sedan – $97,400
535i sedan – $116,900
ActiveHybrid 5 sedan – $119,900
535d sedan – $121,900
550i sedan – $159,900
520d Touring – $90,900
535i Touring – $122,900
520d Gran Turismo – $93,900
530d Gran Turismo – $108,900
535i Gran Turismo – $117,900