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530d Automatic

530d Automatic (Germany, 2011)

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This BMW 530d Automatic was launched in 2011. It is the 6th generation of the executive model. Powered by a 2993cc engine, this version has a power output of 258 hp. The 530d Automatic reaches 100km/h in 6 seconds at a top speed of 250 km/h. This car is the fastest version from the 5 Series range. It has the highest top speed. This rear wheel drive version has an automatic transmission with a 8-speed gearbox. It features an average fuel consumption of 5.3 l/100km that translates into 139 g/km of CO2 emissions. The BMW 5 Series features rack & pinion steering, and it wears disc brakes. As for the seating arrangement, it offers space for up to 5 persons.

Note: This car profile refers to vehicles available in Portugal and Germany.


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