2011 BMW 535Kurt Elward - Charlottesville, VA03/02/2016
The handling is just not what it should be. I am a tried and true 5 series owner and love the balance that used to be there. It just seems too big and lacks the legendary handling, even with the sports package and a manual transmission. The 2011 has very strange placements of interior items - this did change for the better later on. Don't get me wrong - this has incredible power and ease of use. It is just not the great drive it used to be. Get a 428 or a 435 Gran Coupe instead.
FAST! But is already getting work done
2013 BMW 535Steve Coker - Parker, CO03/23/2017
The car is sleek and fun to drive and is getting about 25mpg, which I think is pretty good. I like the features in the car and it has been a pleasure to own.
I do currently have it in for warranty work and I guess they found a transmission leak as well as an oil leak, which is unnerving at 22k miles, but they are covering it all and gave me a new X5 as a loaner while they fix it... so I would say just be sure to get the extended warranty.
Well rounded daily driver, a "Jack of all trades".
2012 BMW 535Matt Shelton - Thomson, GA09/12/2015
This 535GT has proven itself to be the ideal car for my wife and me. Their aren't many of these in the states, but if you are looking at mid-size crossovers and suv markets you should look one of these up. it's basically a 7-series without the bleeding edge tech (and prices to match!) but with the added practicality of a hatchback rear door and a higher seat height for comfort and forward visibility. Decent mileage as well.
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