BMW has recently announced the launch of the facelifted 5-Series in Australia, where the cheapest model, the 520i, will set you back for 79,900 AUD.
Australians now have the chance to order the BMW 5-Series facelift, as the model has been recently launched locally. The cheapest version, the 520i, costs 79,900 AUD, but if the diesel is what you’re looking for, you should know that the entry-level 520d will set you back for 82,400 AUD. Both versions are packing features like the dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, electric front seats, rearview camera, cruise control with braking function, parking sensors, paddle shifters, 12-speaker audio system, iDrive touch controller and internet, amonst others.
The BMW 520d Touring costs 90,000 AUD and it’s adding the rear side window blinds, the automatic parking assistant and the automatic tailgate, while for the 528i, Australians will have to pay $97,400. This is adding the lane departure warning, forward collision warning, pedestrian warning, hands-free boot opening, anti-dazzle mirrors, adaptive LED headlights, head-up display, Harmon Kardon audio system and much more. The 535i costs $116,900 while the 535d $121,900, while for the 535i Touring, customers will have to pay 122,900 AUD. The Gran Turismo version is also available for order.