The 2017 BMW 5 Series Retains Its Harmony

Whenever a car as lauded as the BMW 5 Series is updated, fans often express concerns about the “dumbing down” of the driving experience. One glance at the 2017 models’ spec sheet shows us why: the new 5 Series relies heavily on new technology, and can even park itself. But don’t fret, friends. Reviewers and others who have driven it have told us the 2017 5 Series is still fun to drive, and more so, puts that experience first.

Kelley Blue Book, one of the industry’s most respected automotive resources, has called the driving experience of the new 5 Series to be both engaging and rewarding. Whether you opt for a 530i trim with the four-cylinder or a 540i with a six-cylinder, you’ll get premium power and steering feel that encapsulates both agility and comfort.

So, the BMW 5 Series still drives like—well—a 5 Series. But what about all the new gadgetry? There are some favorites there, too. Remote Control Parking is offered on the 540i trim, after making its debut in the 7 Series. Premium audio is handled by a Bowers & Wilkins sound system with diamond speakers that really drive home the upscale experience.

The best way to be introduced to the new 5 Series, however, is to see what it feels like in the driver’s seat. For that, all it takes is a phone call to our BMW dealership in Arlington, TX. We look forward to hearing from you.

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