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BMW launches the updated 5 Series in Singapore

The new BMW 5 Series is your home away from home

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(launched 2020)

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520i Executive (A)  New Variant
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$27,800 /yr 16.3km/L 184 bhp 8-speed (A) Steptronic
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$31,300 /yr 17.9km/L 251 bhp 8-speed (A) Steptronic Sport
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Price updated 09-May-2022

BMW 5 Series Sedan Mild Hybrid
4 stars - based on 1 reviews
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Facelift - BMW 5 Series Sedan Mild Hybrid 530i M Sport (A)
Designed to be leaner and cleaner, the updated 5 Series continues to deliver an excellent blend of luxury and dynamism.
Facelift (What's New)
Sharper exterior design with redesigned grille and lights
12.3-inch screen running BMW Operating system 7.0
Very useful comfort access feature
2.0-litre engine equipped with 48V mild-hybrid system
Improved overall comfort and refinement
The facelifted 5 Series looks much better than original!
The first impression of this facelifted 5 Series - handsome. It really looks good, and made me wondered if it always looked like this. While the changes aren't obvious to me initially, a quick search online shown just how different the car looks. The pre-facelift model's design has aged substantially, looking awfully dated by now. As mentioned by the sgCarMart reviewer, there isn't a button to turn off start-stop on this car Mild Hybrid version, but honestly, even for someone who hates the jerkiness of start-stop systems, the one on this car is surprisingly smooth. Understand this is due to the mild hybrid system, unlike normal cars where the restarting of the engine is very rough and jarring. The infotainment system software has been updated to the latest one and I find it easy to use with good looking menus. Now, as expected of a 5 Series BMW, the interior is quality and well made, lined with nice material. The ride is comfortable, though a little bit on the stiffer side, but it really handles well for a mid-sized sedan.
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