The German based automaker BMW has recently announced the dealership arrival of the facelifted 5-Series in the United States, where the cheapest model costs 50, 525 USD.
According to the car manufacturer, the entry-level version of the 528i facelift will set you back for 50,425 USD, and it’s coming with a four-cylinder 240 HP turbocharged engine. Ordering the six-cylinder 535i, with its 300 HP, means that you will pay at least 56,025 USD. The 550i has been priced at 64,825 USD and it’s coming with a 445 HP V8 engine. Adding the xDrive all-wheel drive option to these models will set you back for another 2,300 USD.
The 2014 BMW 5-Series is also coming as a 535d and this is using the same twin turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine from the X5, which is producing, on this model, 255 HP and it has a peak torque of 413 lb-ft. The unit is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. However, adding the xDrive to this variant will also set you back for the same 2,300 USD. BMW says that the facelifted version of the 5-Series is already available for order at dealerships across the U.S.