2009 White Bmw 5 Series 3 0 525d Se Business Edition 530i History
Find the best BMW 5 Series 530i for sale near you. Every used car for sale comes with a free CARFAX Report. We have 691 BMW 5 Series 530i vehicles for sale that are reported accident free, 614 1-Owner cars, and 541 personal use cars. In 1998, its successor the BMW M57 was introduced in the 530d model, however the BMW M51 engine continued to be used for two more years in the 525td and 525tds models. In 1999, the M47 four-cylinder turbo-diesel was introduced in the 520d model, which is the only E39 model to use a four-cylinder engine. It was powered by the BMW M50 engine and was the first 5 Series to use a rack and pinion steering system. There are two versions of the E34 530i an inline-six model produced from 1988 to 1990, and a V8 model produced from 1993 to 1995. The earlier model was one of the last applications of the BMW M30 inline-six engine. 1972 to 1981 518, 520, 520i, 520-6, 525, 528, 528i, 530i, M535i. The first version from 1972 to 1981 was the E12 body style. It was styled by Paul Bracq. The "i" signified fuel injection. Early models without the "i" were carbureted. Today all cars from every maker are injected. The 520 and 520i were 4 cylinders. Development ran from July 1981 to late 1987, with design specifications being chosen in 1982 and finalized for production in mid-1985. In the North-American market the E34 succeeded the BMW E28 in May 1988 with two models. The 525i used the BMW M20 engine while the 535i used the larger M30. See good deals, great deals and more on a Used BMW 530i. Search from 1,244 Used BMW 530i cars for sale, including a 2020 BMW 530i and a Certified 2018 BMW 530i. BMW's newest 5-Series drives well and features all sorts of new technology, but our heart still lies with the E39. Produced between 1995 and 2004, the E39-generation 5er represented BMW at the. Beginning in 1974, BMW M (then called 'BMW Motorsport') offered the Motorsport 530, Motorsport 530i and Motorsport 533i as special order upgrades for the 525, 528 and 528i models. The final design, developed by Davide Arcangeli under BMW Design Director Chris Bangle, was approved in 2000 and German design patents filed on 16 April 2002. The sedan was launched on 5 July 2003 in Europe and in October 2003 in North America. In late 2004, the Touring models were introduced. The 5 Series is BMW's second best-selling model after the 3 Series. On January 29, 2008, the 5 millionth 5 Series was manufactured, a 530d sedan in Carbon Black Metallic. BMW's three-digit model naming convention began with the first 5 Series, thus the 5 Series was BMW's first model line to use "Series" in the name.
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