The Good: The premium and sport package make this car a grrreat touring sedan. The 2.8 liter straight six is a little down on power but still ok performance. After 100k miles, it's still tight and corners like it's on rails. Great quality materials in the cabin have held up well to the kids!
The Bad: Expect to pay $1000+ every time it goes into the shop (about 12k-15k miles). It also has a healthy appetite for tires and brakes!
The ugly: The cup holders are some of the worst ever designed. Also, the power stearing hoses seem to constanly leak and need replacement. Did I mention every service seems to cost $1000+?
Amazing car if you wanna spoil yourself
2012 BMW 528Kathryn Jacobs - Camarillo, CA12/23/2016
The car never seizes to amaze me. The leather seats are beautiful with adjustable lumber support, the windshield wipers speed changes on how fast you drive, the ride is smooth and quiet, the heads up display is amazing, and the navigation and settings are so helpful. This car alerts you when you need maintenance and what kind of maintenance. This car has everything and it's gorgeous. I'm in love!
Great looking, safe car. Great price.
2013 BMW 528Megan G - Los Angeles, CA05/12/2016
It's a gorgeously designed car - inside and out - and it has lots of safety features.
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