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BMW 5 Series
EXPERT RATING
7.6
/ 10
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BMW 5 Series Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$97,900*

The BMW 5 Series is available from $97,900 to $154,900 for the 2021 Sedan across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $97,900 $154,900
2020 $57,100 $151,140
2019 $48,800 $115,610
2018 $43,600 $104,610
2017 $36,000 $94,380
2016 $28,900 $82,720
2015 $23,200 $64,020
2014 $18,800 $60,610
2013 $15,400 $61,050
2012 $11,800 $54,340
2011 $11,800 $50,380
2010 $12,400 $33,220
2009 $10,700 $24,970
2008 $9,400 $25,080
2007 $9,000 $22,550
2006 $9,000 $20,350
2005 $7,500 $32,890
2004 $7,500 $17,050
2003 $6,000 $16,390
2002 $5,900 $16,060
2001 $5,400 $14,740
2000 $5,300 $14,740
1999 $5,300 $14,520
1998 $5,100 $14,300
1997 $4,400 $12,870
1996 $4,300 $12,870
1995 $4,300 $11,330
1994 $4,200 $10,780
1993 $3,700 $9,460
1992 $3,100 $13,310
1991 $3,100 $11,880
1990 $3,000 $11,880
1989 $3,000 $8,030
1988 $2,200 $7,480
1987 $2,200 $5,830
1986 $2,100 $5,610
1985 $2,900 $10,230
1984 $2,900 $10,230
1983 $2,600 $10,230
1982 $2,800 $6,600
1981 $2,400 $5,940
1980 $2,400 $4,840
1979 $2,400 $4,840
1978 $2,400 $4,840
1977 $2,400 $4,840
1976 $2,100 $4,070
1975 $2,100 $4,070
1974 $2,100 $4,070
1973 $2,100 $4,070

BMW 5 Series FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the BMW 5 Series here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • What vehicle will be best to use for a chauffeur business?

    That’s a tough one given that the traditional chauffeur cars are no longer made. If you are aiming at business type clients and want to impress them consider a BMW 5-Series or a Mercedes-Benz E-class.

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  • Will the BMW E39 525i become a future classic?

    I doubt the E39 will ever be considered a classic, particularly a run-of-the-mill model like the 525i. If I were to buy one I would buy the six-cylinder.

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  • Used BMW running costs

    The idea of buying an older BMW can be attractive, but it needs to be done with caution. A 10-year-old or older car will typically have done lots of kilometres - expect 200,000 km or more on average - and that means it's in the twilight of its useful and reliable life. You should anticipate more regular repairs as a result. If you use a BMW dealer you’ll pay heaps for servicing and parts, but if you use an independent BMW specialist mechanic you shouldn’t pay any more than you would for any other brand of car.

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