Overview & Reviews
For 2014, the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo sees a minor front and rear styling refresh that includes a reshaped liftgate that adds a couple of cubic feet to the cargo capacity. Navigation is now standard on all models and there is also an updated iDrive controller with a new touchpad feature. Finally, BMW has made revisions to the GT's optional packages, including the debut of new themed lines and the discontinuation of the upgraded two-passenger rear seating layout.
- Roomy and upscale cabin
- Impressive fuel economy with 535i
- Easy-to-load cargo area
- Sublime seats.
- Smooth and powerful engines
- Less utility than a crossover SUV
- Not as nimble or sporty as a sedan
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no surpeises - 2014 BMW 5-Series Gran Turismo
By jim34b - May 1 - 9:25 pm
Edmunds review is accurate, and others must share their opinions, because 5 series GT's are hard to find, so I ordered a 2014 550i xdrive. I like it because it is a large, comfortable, powerful sedan, that converts into 60+ cubic feet of trunk space when needed. In my case, that's about six times per year, and I hope BMW keeps making them.