2011 BMW 5 Series Touring is here
The world renowned Bavarian auto manufacturer BMW has unleashed its latest addition, the 2011 BMW 5 Series Touring. Right on the market launch of the all-new BMW 5 Series luxury sedan, the premium marque is presenting the 4th generation of its unmistakable and versatile premium ride.
Just like all past 5 Series wagons, the new roomy vehicle benefits from the exterior found on its sedan version. Inside, the elegant Touring model is fully packed with innovative and intelligent technology solutions introduced on the remarkable BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo.
Ready to blow-out its rivals with stunning levels of functionality, driving dynamics and efficiency, the newcomer excels at matchless elegance and powerful stance. The luggage compartment of the Touring car has a capacity of 560 litres, which can be easily increased to a maximum of 1,670 litres thanks to its split folding rear seats.
The 2011 BMW 5 Series Touring is making its premiere with a choice of two straight-six petrol powerplants as well as a four-cylinder and a six-cylinder diesel. The BMW 520d Touring model is powered by a 184 horsepower (135 kW) four-cylinder turbo diesel engine featuring an aluminium crankcase and Common Rail direct injection. It is equipped with Auto Start Stop function as a standard feature, and with an average fuel consumption of 5.2 litres/100km (54.3 mpg) and a CO2 emission level of 137 g/km in an EU test cycle, it achieves the best efficiency in its segment.
The straight-six power unit with BMW TwinPower Turbo under the hoof of the 535i Touring, with High Precision Injection and VALVETRONIC, produces an estimated output of 306 horsepower (225 kW). Maximum power output of the straight-six engine featured in the BMW 523i Touring in lean operation is 204 horsepower (150 kW). The 2011 BMW 530d Touring boasts a straight six-cylinder diesel with a 245 horsepower (180 kW) output. Thanks to BMW BluePerformance technology it fulfils the EU6 emission standard. All versions of the new BMW 5 Series Touring fully comply with the EU5 requirement.