Now, we’ll focus mainly on the engines details, check the main post for the BMW 5 Series Touring F11 for the main details. The wheelbase is 2970 mm, 2 mm longer than the four-door version. The boot has a capacity of 560 liters, but can be extended to 1670 liters. To face tasks as large as possible, although it shouldn’t be the case because we talk about a Premium wagon, the rear suspension is pneumatic as standard.
The engines offered at the launch of this model are four. The basic petrol version is the 523i offering 204 hp, 270 Nm torque and has a consumption of 7.9l per 100 km. The sportiest proposal is 535i, the turbo engine offering 306 hp, which should propel the wagon up to 100 km/h in 6 seconds, with the price of a consumption of 8.6 liters per 100 km.
The most economical choice is the 520d, which offers 184 hp and a torque of 380 Nm, but it needs just 5.3 liters of diesel for 100 km. The most interesting engine is, however, the 530d, which sends to the rear wheels 245 hp and 540 Nm and besides the average consumption is only 6.3 litres/100 km, manages to sprint to 100 km/h in 6.4 seconds.