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BMW 535d

BMW 535d
alaAverage 3.7

364 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 364 reviews of BMW 535d. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Cars for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 70/100.

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Amazon.com review summary for BMW 535d

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 52 user reviews of BMW 535d from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Cars on Amazon.com.

69% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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BMW 5 Series (2004)

 

The 5-Series has a very strong and stable passenger safety cage. It achieved a four-star rating after Euro NCAP allowed frontal, side and pole retests following improvements to the cars steering column, footrest, door trim, door latch, airbags and...

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BMW 5 Series (1998)

 

BMW modified the 5-series after initial testing, chiefly because its front airbags fired late. Changes included a new airbag crash sensor, load-limiting front belts, and additional weld points in the footwell. Results given here are for upgraded cars...

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BMW 535d M Sport

 

I know this isn't an easy thing to do, but just for now let's ignore the BMW M5. If you're not interested in that car's startling performance - or are not prepared to deal with the compromises which result from it - there is a strong case for saying...

The diesel engine is one of many to have benefitted recently from BMW's new EfficientDynamics programme. The cleverest part of this in the 535d is the Intelligent Alternator Control with Brake Energy Regeneration system. To tell the tale simply, the...

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BMW 520d SE

 

When I was a lad, there was nothing about the BMW 5-Series that remotely interested or excited me, and I've always found the idea of fitting a small engine to one of these large saloons rather depressing. The new 520d shows how wrong I've been on both...

Although this is the slowest 5-Series, it has enough low-rev grunt to let you make a decent progress even if you impose a 2000rpm limit on yourself when changing up through the six gears in the manual transmission. And this is by no means the only...

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BMW 5-Series 523i Touring review

 

The new BMW 5-Series Touring is a refined and powerful estate.

A refined express of an estate car, not the roomiest in its sector but a class act. Diesel power currently makes more sense but this engine proves new generation petrol units are closing the gap.

Facia design still not brilliant, better iDrive system but too complicated.

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First Drive: BMW 5

 

BMW updates the 5 Series to improve emissions, consumption and specification. Not that youd know from looking at it, the design alterations so subtle youd need to a 5 Series geek to notice

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BMW 535d M Sport

 

ONLY a few years ago the words performance car and diesel would never appear in the same sentence.

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BMW 530i M Sport Saloon

 

AT the heart of this BMW beats a driver's dream of an engine that I would cheerfully marry if the wife ...

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BMW 520d

 

There's an affordable new BMW 5-Series on the block - an entry-level turbodiesel with all the advantages of this refined premium saloon at an attractive price. It's still not cheap, but at £25,925 there's no denying the appeal of this "budget" 5-Series.

It underlines the efficiency of the 163bhp two-litre turbo diesel and the manual gearbox. On gently populated urban roads and open countryside I was astonished to see the on-board computer average 54.3mpg - achieved with a fair amount of cruising at...

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On test:BMW 530 SE

 

BMW's 5-Series is the benchmark by which all cars in the executive car class are judged. It may be one of the oldest competitors among rivals like the Mercedes E-Class, Audi A6 and Jaguar S-Type but it's managed to remain at the top of the pile despite...

It's impossible to ignore the 5 Series in this class. It has built an enviable reputation both as a driver's car and as an excellent all-round executive model. However, it has been around for a long time now and it faces increasingly stiff competition,...