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BMW 5er Series



Generation 5



The development programme for the E60 began in 1997, concluding in 2003. The final design, penned by David Arcangeli under the director Chris Bangle, was approved in 2000 and German design patents filed on April 16, 2002.

BMW 5er Series


While the predecessor was similar to 7 series, E60 was different from any other BMW ever made. E60 is longer, wider, heavier and higher than previous model, that translates into more space and 520 litre boot. New car came with completely different design language, body is much rounder while the interior isn't driver-oriented like in E39, new interior is flat like in E65 7 series with LCD display, basic buttons and iDrive system.

BMW 5er Series


The E60 received much acclaim from the automotive community, prompting aftermarket companies that specialized in BMW modifications, to produce aftermarket parts for the E60. Companies produced copies of the M-Sport parts for the E60. Harmann, AC Schnitzer, Hartge, Dinan parts also started to flood the market as these companies realized the parts were in high demand. Soon enough, many companies started to make replica parts that were being produced, again due to the high demand for inexpensive quality parts. Furthermore, many performance companies also started to produce parts to increase the power of the already swift E60.

BMW 5er Series


During its lifetime E60/61 used 24 different engines in 13 models. 528i and 535i were available only in North America with rear-wheel drive or xDrive system. First straight-4 engine used in this five series was the 2-litre M47 diesel engine introduced in 2005 520d model. Fuel capacity of E60/61 is 70 litres.

Petrol
520i
The basic model was available from the start of production. It used M54B22 engine from BMW E39, it was replaced by 523i in 2005. Two years later 520i badge returns with four-cylinder N43 engine which was more efficient while producing same amount of power.

2003-2005 520i 2007-2010 520i

BMW 5er Series Touring

2003-2005 M54B22 - 2.2 L I6 - 170 hp
2005-2007 not available
2007-2010 N43B20 - 2.0 L I4 - 170 hp

523i
523i replaced 520i and become basic petrol model. As BMW reintroduced 520i in 2007, 523i needed more power. N52 engine was replaced by new N53.

2005-2007 523i 2007-2010 523i
2005-2007 N52B25 - 2,5 L I6- 177 hp

BMW 5er Series Touring

2007-2010 N53B25 - 2,5 L I6- 190 hp

525i
525i changed three engines during it's lifetime. At first it used old M54B25 which was replaced by N52B25 in 2005. Last three years of production 525i used newest N53B30 engine which produced same power at lower revs and more torque.

2003-2005 525i 2005-2007 525i 2007-2010 525i

BMW 5er Series Touring

2005-2007 525xi 2007-2010 525xi
2003-2005 M54B25 - 2,5 L I6- 184 hp
2005-2007 N52B25 - 2,5 L I6- 218 hp
2007-2010 N53B30 - 3,0 L I6- 218 hp

530i
This model used same engines as 525i but in stronger versions.

2003-2005 530i 2005-2007 530i 2007-2010 530i
2005-2007 530xi 2007-2010 530xi
2003-2005 M54B30 - 3.0 L I6 - 231 hp

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2005-2007 N52B30 - 3.0 L I6 - 258 hp
2007-2010 N53B30 - 3.0 L I6 - 272 hp

540i
V8 engine of 4-litre capacity was used in 540i during its whole lifetime. Touring was not available with this engine.
2005-2010 N62B40 - 4.0 L V8 - 306 hp

545i
From 2003 to 2005 this was the top of the line 5 Series model. It used the N62B44 engine. It was replaced by 550i in 2005.

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2003-2005 N62B44 - 4,4 L V8- 333 hp

550i
In 2005 the N62 V8 engine was upgraded for the last time. The B48 version produced 367 hp (274 kW) from 4.8 litres.
2005-2010 N62B48 - 4,8 L V8- 367 hp
2003-2005 545i 2005-2010 540i 2005-2010 550i

North America models only
528i
In 2007 528i replaced 525i.
2007-2010 528i 2007-2010 528xi

BMW 5er Series Touring

2007-2010 N52B30 - 3,0 L I6- 230 hp

535i
Then new N54 engine with twin-turbos was used in 535i model from 2008 to the end of production. Touring was not available with this engine.
2008-2010 535i 2008-2010 535xi
2008-2010 N54B30 - 3,0 L I6 Twin Turbo- 300 hp

Diesel
520d
520d was introduced in 2005 using M47 engine which produced 163 hp (122 kW). In 2007 520d gain new diesel N47 engine.

BMW 5er Series Touring

2005-2007 520d 2007-2010 520d
2005-2007 M47D20 - 2,0 L I4- 163 hp
2007-2010 N47D20 - 2,0 L I4- 177 hp
All other models used BMW M57 engine in different versions.

525d
2004-2007 525d 2007-2010 525d 2007-2010 525xd
2004.-2007. M57D25 - 2,5 L I6- 177 hp
2007.-2010. M57D30 - 3,0 L I6- 197 hp

530d
2003-2005 530d 2005-2007 530d 2007-2010 530d

BMW 5er Series Touring

2005-2007 530xd 2007-2010 530xd
2003.-2005. M57D30 - 3,0 L I6- 218 hp
2005.-2007. M57D30 - 3,0 L I6- 231 hp
2007.-2010. M57D30 - 3,0 L I6- 235 hp

535d
2004.-2007. M57D30 - 3,0 L I6- 272 hp
2007.-2010. M57D30 - 3,0 L I6- 286 hp

When introduced E60 was available with 6 speed manual or automatic Steptronic transmissions. SMG Sequential Manual Gearbox was available soon for drivers who wanted manual gearchange without clutch. During facelift SMG was replaced by new six-speed Sport automatic transmission Steptronic which was smoother and more precise. 535d model was available only with six-speed automatic Steptronic transmission.

BMW 5er Series


The LCI (Life Cycle Impulse) model was released in 2007. This LCI model included a facelift of the front and rear end of the vehicle. This update included a new front bumper, fog lights, headlights, tail lights and trunk. The interior was also slightly remodelled as well. Besides these changes, the 5 Series gained new engines, transmission and an updated iDrive from the BMW X5.

BMW 5er Series


A derivative of the E60 is the E63/E64 which forms the iteration of the 6 Series coupe. A factory-stretched long-wheelbase version of the E60 5-Series was offered in China, as a response to the Audi A6 L. It offered much of the rear legroom of a large executive saloon (e.g. BMW 7-Series or Mercedes-Benz S-Class), but in a cheaper, simpler model. As of 2009, trim levels included the 520Li, 523Li, 525Li, and 530Li.

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E60 body was made using aluminium for the front of the car, and steel for the passenger cabin and rear thus making 50:50 weight balance. E60 was available with BMW's xDrive system in 525xi, 528xi, 530xi, 535xi, 525xd and 530xd models.

Its iDrive system has been simplified from the system in the 7 Series. It can be ordered with a full array of options such as active cruise control, head-up display, active steering, and the Harman Kardon Logic7 stereo system. Other available equipment in E60 was ESP, BMW Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Voice Control, Adaptive Headlights, BMW Night Vision, Active Headrests, Xenon headlights, Run-flat tyres and other equipment typical for luxury cars. Equipment in E60 was always upgrading, Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go function, Adaptive Headlights, LED rear lights, Lane Departure Warning, Brake Force Display was available few years after the introduction.

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Initially the 5-series received a three-star rating for adult occupants. However changes were made to the steering column, footrest, door trims, door latch, airbags and electronic software and the car was retested achieving its four-star rating. BMW claims the modifications improved the car's EuroNCAP score, not the vehicle's safety; consequently BMW chose not to recall the earlier-built cars.

BMW 5er Series Gran Turismo


The American Insurance Institute of Highways Safety (IIHS) gives the 5-series a "Good" overall rating in frontal collisions but a "Marginal" overall rating for side impact collisions. The IIHS reported their side impact test would likely cause driver related rib fractures and/or internal organ injuries. The IIHS tests were conducted on models built after May 2007; these models had modifications to improve side impact safety.

BMW 5er Series Gran Turismo


Alpina B5

In 2005 Alpina introduced the B5 powered by a supercharged 4.4 litre V8 producing 500 hp (373 kW; 507 PS) and 700 N•m (520 lb•ft) of torque. It was available only with 6 speed ZF transmission. Top speed is 314 km/h (195 mph) and 0–100 km/h time is 4.7 seconds - same as the E60 M5.

M5

The BMW M5 is powered by a 5 litre V10 engine. Revving to 8250 rpm, the engine produced 507 hp (378 kW) at 7750 rpm and 520 N•m (380 lb•ft) at 6100 rpm. 0–100 km/h time is 4.7 seconds while top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph).

BMW 5er Series Gran Turismo


Production
Year Total Sedan Touring Note
2003 70,522 70,522 Sedan - Sedan launched in July.
2004 229,598 191,361 Sedan 31,342 Touring Touring model launched in May.
2005 228,389 177,719 Sedan 50,670 Touring
2006 232,193 182,539 Sedan 49,654 Touring
2007 230,845 181,534 Sedan 49,311 Touring
2008 202,287 156,825 Sedan 45,462 Touring

BMW 5er Series Gran Turismo

2009 175,983 135,944 Sedan 36,987 Touring

BMW 5er Series Gran Turismo

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