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The BMW 5 Series GT blends a luxury sedan, SUV and hatchback into one vehicle. The BMW 5 Series GT five-passenger hatchback is available in 535i and 550i xDrive trim levels that correspond to engine sizes. The base 535i comes with a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine (300 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque) that is routed through an eight-speed automatic transmission on its way to the rear wheels. The all-wheel-drive version is called the 535i xDrive.


The GT is an exceptionally comfortable and aesthetically pleasing place to spend time. The driving position is excellent with the seat offering a wide range of adjustment. Visibility isn’t great, wide D-pillars and a narrow rear windscreen limit visibility for lane changes. It offer 440 litres of boot capacity and the dual boot opening is also a little limited in terms of practicality. The vast tailgate is useful enough, but the curving roofline will limit carrying capacity and the saloon opening reveals a letterbox-style slot. the rear seats fold flat with one pull of the same handle that allows them to be reclined, freeing up a reasonable 1700 litres of load space.


The sporty drive pleasure of the chassis of the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo transmits from the road directly to your steering wheel can be felt while guaranteeing safety and the highest possible comfort. It confidently meets a variety of requirements: as taut as it is comfortable, dynamic and safe. 50:50 weight distribution between the axles and perfect co-ordination of the components makes this possible. There's no lack of power with any of the 5 Series GT versions. Both the 535i and 550i confidently gather speed to merge onto highways. BMW estimates the 535i GT will reach 60 mph in about 6 seconds and the 550i in 4.7 seconds.

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