Is a 2002 BMW 530i reliable?

Is a 2002 BMW 530i reliable?

The six cylinder engine runs very well. Air conditioning works great – actually better than a new car. Very reliable.

Is a 2002 BMW 525i a good car?

My 2002 BMW 525i offers the best of both worlds… high performance machine that makes the curviest back roads easy to maneuver, but BMW also offers a luxurious look as well. Meanwhile the 525i looks great, but offers high performance that makes daily driving effortlessly.

Is a 2002 BMW 530i fast?

With 228 hp, the naturally aspirated 3 Liter 24v Inline 6 gasoline engine (BMW M54B30) accelerates this 530i to 62 mph in 7.1 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 155 mph.

Is the BMW 5 series still the best car?

With 400bhp and a V8 engine, the M5 rewrote the rules on what defined a premier league performance saloon. At a few pounds shy of £60,000 it certainly wasn’t cheap, but judged on any objective basis, the M5 was quite simply the best car there was. Many would argue it still is.

Are there any faults with the BMW 5 Series?

Trying to pick faults with the BMW 5 Series is a largely thankless task. If pushed to name a car that approaches automotive perfection, most industry observers would nominate the BMW that tops most executive wish lists.

What’s the weight distribution on a BMW 5 Series?

To achieve a 50/50% f/r weight distribution, BMW used light-weight parts under the hood, and even placed the battery in the trunk on the passenger side (opposite corner from the driver). Due to the slightly larger 530i engine (compared to the 528), my car weigh distribution is 51/49% f/r. She handles superbly.

When did the BMW 5 Series get a makeover?

The 5 Series range received a through makeover in September 2000. The 520i’s 2.0-litre engine was consigned to the history books, replaced by a 2.2-litre unit that developed 170bhp, an identical output to the 523i which, unsurprisingly, was also replaced.