Luxury Package, Premium Package, Run Flat Tires, Head Up Display, Auto Cruise Control, 4WD/AWD
4 Cylinders, 4WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 24K Miles, Black/Black
Run Flat Tires, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Navigation System
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 9K Miles, Black/Black
This is a great car! It has power, comfort, style and superior road handling. The gas milage is very good for a car with this much power and weight. The car is extremely quiet. There is ample room in the back seat for adult passengers with nice options located throughout the car. The cupholders are not ideally located but that's the only complaint I have about the car. It's not a cheap car, but it can certainly be a ten year car.
good car, plenty of bells and whisles. great handling. low comfort. computer takes a liitle while to fully engage when you start it up
This is definitely a vehicle that will entice your senses, comfortably whisk you around town, and eat-up the highway. As an owner of several BMWs (e28 528e, e28 533i, e34 525i, e34 535i, e39 540i and now a e60 530i), I must say that in each iteration, BMW has remained consistent in all that they do. Performance and luxury intertwined to ensure that you have what you need to get the job done....yet, more importantly, that you feel as intergral with the vehicle as your fingernail does to your finger. Why buy a Mercedes-Benz, (which I do have as well), when you feel neglected...it is so finicky...so overly "gadgetized" that it forgets that "hey, there is a driver too!". My point is that the BMW is a driver's vehicle, and it provides luxury to the passengers as well. But face it, you bought the car to drive it...you want to feel like you are doing just that....not falling asleep behind the wheel. Objectively, the car has great power, road feel, and controls. The I-drive performs quickly, and is intuitive, even if you have never worked one before. I love that the Navigation stays up when I return to the vehicle, vs. having to always scroll back through and select it like on my S-class. Once again, BMW has made it happen. You cannot go wrong with a BMW...unless of course, you don't buy one.