The BMW 5 Series is known as an executive car marketed under BMW since 1972. It is one of the successors to the world of New Class Sedans, and this BMW 5 series currently lies in the seventh generation. The very first generation of this Series was having 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder petrol engines. Then the successor generations hold V8 and V10 turbocharged engines along with 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder. Then in 1982, the diesel engines were also added to this 5 Series range.
It is the second best-selling model after it’s 3 Series. This model’s fascinating features are its roomy cabin of soft leather, infotainment system, 14-cubic-foot trunk, and foldable rear seats. Two latch connectors exist a 12.3-inch digital driver display, Android Auto, a navigation system, Apple CarPlay, two USB ports, HD Radio, Bluetooth, 12 speaker stereo. The wireless charging system, a WiFi hotspot, satellite radio, dual-zone climate control, a moonroof, push start button, proximity keyless entry, HD Radio, and a 12-speaker stereo.
The BMW 5 Series’s powerful engine comprises a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and 257 pound-feet of torque, and 248 horsepower. It offers you a standard rear-wheel drive and an optional all-wheel drive with an eight-speed automatic transmission system. The primary and additional features of the BMW 5 Series include Forward collision warning, lane departure warning. Lane keeps assist, adaptive cruise control, Blindspot monitoring system, rear cross-traffic alert, Lane steering assist, Traffic jam assists, Automatic emergency braking, Parallel and perpendicular park, and many more enhance this Series’s drive performance.
The BMW 5 Series’s instrumental switchboard also illuminates many warning lights in Red, Green, Yellow, and Blue colors. The red light indicates danger or any critical situation. Yellow light depicts any maintenance or servicing requirements in your car, and Green Light represents the activation or initiation of any utility system in your BMW 5. So, read this dashboard warning guide of BMW 5 Series, which will make you aware of these lights’ exact definitions and meanings. You can look forward to the other dashboard guide book of BMW’s different models, which includes BMW X3, BMW X5.