BMW M550i XDrive Is The Quickest 5 Series Yet!

BMW M550i XDrive Is The Quickest 5 Series Yet! - Introduced in October 2016, the new-generation BMW 5 Series is so fresh that U.S. dealers are hardly getting the 530i and 540i designs in the very first half of 2017. The bad news is that the M5 isn't really here yet, however there is some great news in the 5 Series using the M550i xDrive badge.

BMW M550i XDrive Is The Quickest 5 Series Yet!

BMW M550i XDrive Is The Quickest 5 Series Yet!


The M550i xDrive and 530e iPerformance will sign up with the base four-cylinder 530i, which retails from $51,200, and the six-cylinder 540i, priced from $58,750, in U.S. dealers.

Include xDrive for all-wheel drive efficiency and stability and the sticker label increases to $53,700. The very first 5 Series to bring an appropriate hybrid drivetrain, the 530e iPerformance integrates the turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder fuel engine with electrical power for an overall system output of 248 horses and 310 pound-feet of torque.

Moving over to the M550i, it comes in at $72,100 prior to choices, which makes it the most costly current-generation 5 Series as of early 2017. This little figure here makes the M550i xDrive the quickest 5 Series yet and just the upcoming M5 will be able to set a much better criteria in terms of velocity.
Approved, a somewhat beefed-up 5 Series with a V-8 under the hood will never ever be able to change the full-fledged M5-- even if it comes with the letter "M" on its trunk cover-- however BMW isn't really attempting to do that with the M550i xDrive. All informed, the M550 xDrive is the quickest 5 Series you can purchase right now.

Introduced in October 2016, the new-generation BMW 5 Series is so fresh that U.S. car dealerships are hardly getting the 530i and 540i designs in the very first half of 2017. The bad news is that the M5 isn't really here yet, however there is some great news in the 5 Series using the M550i xDrive badge. Given, a somewhat beefed-up 5 Series with a V-8 under the hood will never ever be able to change the full-fledged M5-- even if it comes with the letter "M" on its trunk cover-- however BMW isn't really attempting to do that with the M550i xDrive.