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On your mark, get set, order! Production of the all new 2017 5 Series (G30) (official info thread) began in November and will arrive in U.S. showrooms on February 11, following its world premiere next week at the Detroit auto show.

We now bring you the full U.S. pricing guide for the four models which will be available at launch (see below). The M550i xDrive and 530e and 530e xDrive iPerformance models will arrive later in the Spring.

BMW 530i will be available for $51,200
BMW 530i xDrive model for $53,500
BMW 540i will be available for $56,450
BMW 540i xDrive model for $58,750,

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holy moly, we're a year away from the federal mandate and BMW is launching this luxury sedan with the rear view camera as an option. Looks like option packages will move around for MY18.
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holy moly, we're a year away from the federal mandate and BMW is launching this luxury sedan with the rear view camera as an option. Looks like option packages will move around for MY18.
Isn't the back up camera pretty much a standard when you opt for idrive screen (with nav or without)?
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holy moly, we're a year away from the federal mandate and BMW is launching this luxury sedan with the rear view camera as an option. Looks like option packages will move around for MY18.
Isn't the back up camera pretty much a standard when you opt for idrive screen (with nav or without)?
all 5 series in NA have Nav. The pricing guide shows backup cam is an option and it also (still) requires PDC.
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The pricing isn't bad for a 540i especially if its performance is at the F10 550i level.
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The pricing isn't bad for a 540i especially if its performance is at the F10 550i level.
I don't think it's at the same performance level as the F10 550i which has 100 more horsepower. I think it just has a faster 0 to 60 due to the all-wheel-drive, but once the cars are rolling, like on the highway or something, the F10 550 will probably leave it behind.

I think back when cars had 0 to 60 times of six or seven seconds, that specification could be useful for something about how powerful a car was. But now days I don't think it means very much when the cars are in the 3.5 to 4.5 second range due to traction issues. But if you like accelerating to 60 from a stop all the time then I guess you could have some fun with it. Other than that, I think that the 0-60 spec is pretty useless these days to describe how powerful a car is on the highway or autobahn.

But who knows? My statement is just one man's opinion.
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I don't think it's at the same performance level as the F10 550i which has 100 more horsepower. I think it just has a faster 0 to 60 due to the all-wheel-drive, but once the cars are rolling, like on the highway or something, the F10 550 will probably leave it behind.

I think back when cars had 0 to 60 times of six or seven seconds, that specification could be useful for something about how powerful a car was. But now days I don't think it means very much when the cars are in the 3.5 to 4.5 second range due to traction issues. But if you like accelerating to 60 from a stop all the time then I guess you could have some fun with it. Other than that, I think that the 0-60 spec is pretty useless these days to describe how powerful a car is on the highway or autobahn.

But who knows? My statement is just one man's opinion.
While I can agree with you on your first paragraph, I actually think the other way for your second paragraph. I don't race at all (track or street), so this is just an American layman's opinion.

I care a lot more about 0-60mph times than HP and torque numbers, or top speed numbers. I rarely have the need to rush or beat a car starting from 50mph and going to 80mph, even with all the highway driving I do (no autobahns here ). But I definitely do have the need all the time to ensure I can get from 0-40mph or 35 to 50mph quickly. To me, those times are the most important since I actually use them all the time. If they're fast, and fun in the process, that's perfect.

Also, 0-60mph I think is more representative of all the engineering involved rather than just having brute force. It is not as simple as having a more powerful engine. The drivetrain has to be tuned correctly, the tires have to be designed correctly to adequately find the balance between grip/traction and efficiency, the weight has to be placed perfectly and suspension tuned right to get that proper acceleration, and so on. Just more representative of a car IMO than a simple HP/Torque comparison.
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What is a sensatec dashboard? Similar to a base dash now? No leather dash option?
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I don't think it's at the same performance level as the F10 550i which has 100 more horsepower. I think it just has a faster 0 to 60 due to the all-wheel-drive, but once the cars are rolling, like on the highway or something, the F10 550 will probably leave it behind.

I think back when cars had 0 to 60 times of six or seven seconds, that specification could be useful for something about how powerful a car was. But now days I don't think it means very much when the cars are in the 3.5 to 4.5 second range due to traction issues. But if you like accelerating to 60 from a stop all the time then I guess you could have some fun with it. Other than that, I think that the 0-60 spec is pretty useless these days to describe how powerful a car is on the highway or autobahn.

But who knows? My statement is just one man's opinion.
Yeah, you are right. However, I think they will be closer than what we think. The f10 even with 450hp was 4400lbs rwd, not saying the G30 540i will trap at 109 mph, but something is to be said if you lose 4-500 lbs. The 540i is currently noted at 3847 and 0-60 4.9 seconds in rwd, the f10 was tested at 4.8 at 4417lbs . Its 1.66 hp per pounds difference( underdog being the g30 540i) and the 540i is more aerodynamic and could have a better gear ratio/ total powertrain set up. IDK

I think dynamically it will eat it, but again I haven't driven the G30, did have a f10 550i for 3yrs and it still is a great car with an awesome v8 motor.

I totally agree with idea of the 0-60 times, but anything beyond 85 mph normally doesn't matter stateside unless your

http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...trumented-test

I want to say the question is how much does the M550i weight with AWD, that will be the sign of things to come with the next gen m5 as it will get a diet with carbon fiber

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What is a sensatec dashboard? Similar to a base dash now? No leather dash option?

Not sure but I assume it is a man made leather like material, I would think it's cheaper to produce and probably way more durable for baking in the sun.

I think leather dash may be an option in the future on the M550i and M5

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The pricing isn't bad for a 540i especially if its performance is at the F10 550i level.
I don't think it's at the same performance level as the F10 550i which has 100 more horsepower. I think it just has a faster 0 to 60 due to the all-wheel-drive, but once the cars are rolling, like on the highway or something, the F10 550 will probably leave it behind.

I think back when cars had 0 to 60 times of six or seven seconds, that specification could be useful for something about how powerful a car was. But now days I don't think it means very much when the cars are in the 3.5 to 4.5 second range due to traction issues. But if you like accelerating to 60 from a stop all the time then I guess you could have some fun with it. Other than that, I think that the 0-60 spec is pretty useless these days to describe how powerful a car is on the highway or autobahn.

But who knows? My statement is just one man's opinion.
Here's an excerpt posted in another thread that shows the G30 540i is very close if not faster than a F10 550i to 130mph. In these #s the 540i would be pulling away from the 550i at triple digits. This is all mag racing though; only way to know is to line them up. Having a 340i in my garage I can tell you the B58 is very potent; it's definitely faster than a F10 550i.

Sport mode with ESP off.
0-96kmh (60mph):4.87 secs
0-100kmh (62mph): 5.31 secs.
0-161kmh (100mph): 11.2 secs.
0-200kmh (124mph): 17.14 secs.
0-209kmh (130mph): 18.62 secs.
0-250kmh (155mph): 30.33 secs.


To give you an idea compared to the previous 550i (Auto): http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...trumented-test

Zero to 60 mph: 4.8 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 11.0 sec
Zero to 130 mph: 19.0 sec

So the new 540i is about as fast as the last gen 550i
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sensatec is what BMW calls their imitation leather (pleather). they've been using that name for years.
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The pricing isn't bad for a 540i especially if its performance is at the F10 550i level.
I don't think it's at the same performance level as the F10 550i which has 100 more horsepower. I think it just has a faster 0 to 60 due to the all-wheel-drive, but once the cars are rolling, like on the highway or something, the F10 550 will probably leave it behind.

I think back when cars had 0 to 60 times of six or seven seconds, that specification could be useful for something about how powerful a car was. But now days I don't think it means very much when the cars are in the 3.5 to 4.5 second range due to traction issues. But if you like accelerating to 60 from a stop all the time then I guess you could have some fun with it. Other than that, I think that the 0-60 spec is pretty useless these days to describe how powerful a car is on the highway or autobahn.

But who knows? My statement is just one man's opinion.
Here's an excerpt posted in another thread that shows the G30 540i is very close if not faster than a F10 550i to 130mph. In these #s the 540i would be pulling away from the 550i at triple digits. This is all mag racing though; only way to know is to line them up. Having a 340i in my garage I can tell you the B58 is very potent; it's definitely faster than a F10 550i.

Sport mode with ESP off.
0-96kmh (60mph):4.87 secs
0-100kmh (62mph): 5.31 secs.
0-161kmh (100mph): 11.2 secs.
0-200kmh (124mph): 17.14 secs.
0-209kmh (130mph): 18.62 secs.
0-250kmh (155mph): 30.33 secs.


To give you an idea compared to the previous 550i (Auto): http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...trumented-test

Zero to 60 mph: 4.8 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 11.0 sec
Zero to 130 mph: 19.0 sec

So the new 540i is about as fast as the last gen 550i
Those are 2011 numbers...the 550 received a 45hp and 30 lb. ft. bump in 2014, and recalibrated transmission tuning, bringing 0-60 times, with x drive, into the low 4's.

So no, in the hyper competitive world of automotive 0-60 times, the new 540 is not "about" as fast as the last 550.
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sensatec is what BMW calls their imitation leather (pleather). they've been using that name for years.
Right. This is the first I've heard of it being used on the dash. The dash on my E39 M5 is leather, and I believe the optional leather dash on the F10 M5 and F8X M3/4 is also leather. I wonder if the new M cars will have Sensatec dashes as well. Makes sense as the leather on the dash is so thin and stretched tight, you probably can't tell the difference.
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sensatec is what BMW calls their imitation leather (pleather). they've been using that name for years.
Right. This is the first I've heard of it being used on the dash. The dash on my E39 M5 is leather, and I believe the optional leather dash on the F10 M5 and F8X M3/4 is also leather. I wonder if the new M cars will have Sensatec dashes as well. Makes sense as the leather on the dash is so thin and stretched tight, you probably can't tell the difference.
you probably cannot tell. I've heard from SA's that sensatec holds up better in the long-run as compared to leather.

I'd be a bit concerned about leather drying out on the dash facing the hot sun all day, year after year...

I'm interested to see if this sensatec dash is smooth or textured.
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Those are 2011 numbers...the 550 received a 45hp and 30 lb. ft. bump in 2014, and recalibrated transmission tuning, bringing 0-60 times, with x drive, into the low 4's.

So no, in the hyper competitive world of automotive 0-60 times, the new 540 is not "about" as fast as the last 550.
+1.

540xi is fixin' to be plenty fast just not N63TU 550xi fast. ..
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What is a sensatec dashboard? Similar to a base dash now? No leather dash option?

Not sure but I assume it is a man made leather like material, I would think it's cheaper to produce and probably way more durable for baking in the sun.

I think leather dash may be an option in the future on the M550i and M5

I'd like to say that's one good man right there
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The pricing isn't bad for a 540i especially if its performance is at the F10 550i level.
I don't think it's at the same performance level as the F10 550i which has 100 more horsepower. I think it just has a faster 0 to 60 due to the all-wheel-drive, but once the cars are rolling, like on the highway or something, the F10 550 will probably leave it behind.

I think back when cars had 0 to 60 times of six or seven seconds, that specification could be useful for something about how powerful a car was. But now days I don't think it means very much when the cars are in the 3.5 to 4.5 second range due to traction issues. But if you like accelerating to 60 from a stop all the time then I guess you could have some fun with it. Other than that, I think that the 0-60 spec is pretty useless these days to describe how powerful a car is on the highway or autobahn.

But who knows? My statement is just one man's opinion.
Here's an excerpt posted in another thread that shows the G30 540i is very close if not faster than a F10 550i to 130mph. In these #s the 540i would be pulling away from the 550i at triple digits. This is all mag racing though; only way to know is to line them up. Having a 340i in my garage I can tell you the B58 is very potent; it's definitely faster than a F10 550i.

Sport mode with ESP off.
0-96kmh (60mph):4.87 secs
0-100kmh (62mph): 5.31 secs.
0-161kmh (100mph): 11.2 secs.
0-200kmh (124mph): 17.14 secs.
0-209kmh (130mph): 18.62 secs.
0-250kmh (155mph): 30.33 secs.


To give you an idea compared to the previous 550i (Auto): http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...trumented-test

Zero to 60 mph: 4.8 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 11.0 sec
Zero to 130 mph: 19.0 sec

So the new 540i is about as fast as the last gen 550i
That's awesome. Thanks for the info
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