It’s BMW’s biggest estate. As big as almost anyone else’s. But as we’ll see it’s also a 5 Series.
This cabin has had a lot of love from the designers and those who build it. Attention to detail is obsessive. Trims and finishes are notably more lavish than in the previous 5 Series generation, or a 3 Series.The front cabin, as with the driving experience, perfectly mirrors the saloon. So you get a 10.25-inch screen with navigation and RTTI hi-def traffic as standard. Integration with CarPlay and Android Auto is also very neat, but you have to specify this as an extra.
Back seat knee-room is decent for the class, aided by a small wheelbase stretch over the old one. Probably only a Volvo V90 among the rivals is bigger here.The boot isn’t just big, it’s clever. The load blind moves back and forth automatically when you open or shut the tailgate. It and the dog-guard net roll up and park neatly in special storage recesses under the floor, for when you have the seat folded. The seat folds as 40:20:40. Roof rails run above for those times when you bust out even of all this capacity.
The new 5 Series is as good to drive as the BMW image (and better than what is often the actuality). And yet it’s as refined and plush as a Mercedes E-Class. The Touring version gives inconsequentially little away to the saloon in its dynamics.
It doesn’t just look practical, either. It really does have a lot of useful space inside that silhouette.
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