BMW 5 Series
Touring (G31 LCI, facelift 2020) 520e (204 HP) Plug-in Hybrid Steptronic
54 800 - 79 900 usd
Lease price: $1 000 - $775
18 offers

Specifications of BMW 5 Series Touring (G31 LCI, facelift 2020) 520e (204 HP) Plug-in Hybrid Steptronic

General characteristics of BMW 5 Series Touring (G31 LCI, facelift 2020) 520e (204 HP) Plug-in Hybrid Steptronic

When it comes to driving prowess in the luxury exec segment, BMW has always been the name to beat. To some extent, this is still the case, as the 5 Series Sedan is still extremely fun to drive, especially if you opt for the top-spec M550i, which has oodles of power on tap. Better yet, it has exemplary handling characteristics thanks to BMW driving dynamics control and a highly adaptable suspension. You can also opt for the Dynamic Handling Package on the 540i and M550i, which adds dynamic damper control, active steering, roll stabilization, and adaptive drive on the former, and an Adaptive M Suspension system on the latter.

Nevertheless, the car is not nearly as fun to drive as past generations, and some feel that competitors to the BMW 5 Series now provide a more thrilling experience. BMW has made a concerted effort to make its sedan more comfortable on the road instead. This is great for those who want a fast but cushy executive, but it may disappoint those who expect it to engage with the driver and deliver some genuine thrills. On the plus side, the cabin is well-constructed, and most wind and road noise is effectively dampened. The V8 in the M500i still roars joyfully when you launch out in front of all the other cars at the traffic lights, at least.

There are plenty of engines to choose from within the new BMW 5 Series Sedan lineup, including a turbocharged four-cylinder, a plug-in hybrid, and a turbo V8. This means it can be a relatively sedate and fuel-efficient cruiser or a complete banger. Unfortunately, all that power doesn't ensure an engaging driving experience. The car can be fun, make no mistake, but it's no longer the genuine sports sedan it once was.

Instead, BMW is hoping that the new 5 Series will earn a reputation as a fast but luxurious and comfortable executive. To this end, there is a lot of interior space, both for people and cargo, and there is a decent list of standard comfort and driver-assistance features. The BMW 5 Series also gets top-notch safety reviews and an impressive reliability rating to underscore this agenda. If you like to get from point A to point B extremely quickly while never feeling less than pampered, this could be the vehicle for you.

BMW 5 Series
Touring (G31 LCI, facelift 2020) 520e (204 HP) Plug-in Hybrid Steptronic
54 800 - 79 900 USD
18 offers
General information
Model year
2021
Brand country
Germany
Class
E
Number of doors
4
Number of seats
5
Engine
Engine type
Hybrid
Engine configuration
Front
Maximum Horsepower @ RPM
204
Displacement, cc
1998
Displacement, cu in
121.93
Number of cylinders
4
Transmission
Transmission type
Automatic
Number of gears
8
Drivetrain
RWD
Fuel economy, performance and range
Combined EPA Fuel Economy, mpg
28
City EPA Fuel Economy, mpg
25
Highway EPA Fuel Economy, mpg 4.7
33
Top speed, mph
86.99
100 mph, s
13.1
Interior dimensions and weight information
Boot capacity, L
430
Boot capacity, cu ft
25
Fuel tank capacity, gal
12.15
Curb weight, lb
4188.78
Gross weight, lb
5621.79
Exterior dimensions
Length, in
195.39
Width, in
73.54
Height, in
58.98
Wheelbase, in
117.13
Minimum Ground Clearance, in
5.63
Front Track Width, in
63.19
Rear Track Width, in
64.17

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