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2014 BMW 535i Specifications

Here we will explain the 2014 BMW 535i specifications that you should know! The 2014 BMW 5-Series is available in two trim levels: the 528i and the 535i. Both feature a turbocharged inline-four engine, as well as a number of standard features. The BMW 528i comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic stop-start, adaptive xenon headlamps, fog lights, and an electronic limited-slip differential. Standard features include leatherette upholstery, a 10-way power driver’s seat, power steering, and dual-zone climate control. Standard equipment also includes Bluetooth connectivity, BMW’s iDrive infotainment system, and a 10 speaker audio system. The BMW 535i adds 18-inch wheels, a sunroof, and leatherette upholstery.

2014 BMW 535i 4.4-liter Turbocharged V-8

The 4.4-liter turbocharged V-8 is an engine offered on all four models of the 2014 BMW 535i. The engine produces 445 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque. The rear-wheel drive BMW 535i comes standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission and can be upgraded to xDrive for added performance. Its rear-wheel drive capability makes it a versatile vehicle, and it also features automatic stop-start and rear-wheel-drive. The performance rating for the rear-drive 535i with an eight-speed automatic transmission was impressive for its class: it went from zero to sixty in 5.9 seconds.

Fuel economy is another concern for drivers. Fuel economy is quite good with the BMW 535i, which gets an average of 30 mpg hwy when equipped with the optional eight-speed automatic transmission. The standard features include adaptive xenon headlamps, fog lights, and a reversing camera. Fuel economy is good enough to meet the expectations of most drivers, and all-wheel drive models also offer improved fuel economy.

The 4.4-liter turbocharged V-8 has been a hallmark of BMW’s lineup of engines for several decades. It was introduced in 1996, but BMW refined its design through two production codes. In 2008, the hot-vee N63 carried the M62TU designation. Since then, BMW has redesigned and improved its V8. The new generation of BMW 535i also sports a revised design and improved fuel efficiency.

The 2014 BMW 5 Series gains a diesel model. The 535d has rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive and features a turbo-diesel engine with 255 horsepower. It also adds a turbocharged V-8 to the 550i sedan, which is more powerful than its predecessor. With a 4.4-liter turbocharged V-8 in the 550i, this car can be fast and smooth without sacrificing fuel economy.

The 2014 BMW 5 Series lineup also includes a diesel-fueled 535d sedan with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The V8-powered 550i now makes 443 horsepower. Other changes to the car’s interior and exterior include two new equipment lines: Modern and Luxury. The navigation system is now standard across all models. All models have a new iDrive controller that supports freehand text input.

2014 BMW 535i 3.0-liter Inline Six-cylinder Engine

The turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine in the 2014 BMW 535i produces 302 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission for rear-drive models or a six-speed manual for xDrive models. Fuel economy is good, too, thanks to standard automatic stop-start. The automatic-equipped model went from zero to 60 in less than six seconds.

The turbocharged engine in the BMW 535i is more powerful than the turbocharged four-cylinder engine in the base 528i. The M5 model returned as the most powerful production 5-Series. Other highlights included the ActiveHybrid 5 gasoline-electric hybrid, a more upscale Bang & Olufsen audio system, and an Executive Package for more luxury features. The new BMW 535i also gained Auto Start/Stop operation.

The engine is now powered by a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder that produces 230 horsepower and 200 lb-ft of torque. The ratio was increased by 15 horsepower/lb-ft, and galvanic-silver trim was added to the climate control knobs and shifter. A new version of the 535i has xDrive all-wheel drive and an eco mode for fuel economy. There’s also a new diesel engine that pumps out 255 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque.

The 2014 BMW 535i is equipped with leather upholstery and optional comfort seats, and comes with 18-inch alloy wheels. Options include the optional navigation system and a high-resolution 8.8-inch screen. There’s also an optional 80GB media server. The engine in the 2014 BMW 535i is equipped with two new engines. The 50i uses a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 that produces 400 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque.

2014 BMW 535i Luxury, Modern and M Sport Trim Packages

In addition to the five-series, the 2014 BMW 535i lineup includes the diesel-fueled 535d sedan, which offers a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. A V8-powered 550i now produces 443 horsepower. The 2014 BMW 535i also receives some minor changes, including new trim packages and new equipment lines. The interior of the new model is more luxurious, with the Luxury, Modern and M Sport trim lines. The navigation system is now standard across the lineup, and the iDrive controller now supports freehand text entry. The M Sport trim package adds a sports body kit.

The luxury, modern and M Sport trim packages for the 2014 BMW 535i include a host of optional features. Luxury models include upgraded leather upholstery and 19-inch wheels. Other features include an adaptive suspension, lane-departure warning, front-collision warning, and surround-view camera. A range of special interior trim options are available, and each one adds a slew of convenience features.

The diesel model is the most fuel-efficient of the three, but it’s more expensive than the other two. The diesel engine is quiet and similar to the gasoline-powered inline six-cylinder in the BMW 535i, but delivers a massive wave of thrust, making the diesel version of the car as quick as the gasoline-powered model. And despite its diesel counterpart, the luxury sedans are still very expensive.

The luxury-line models feature a higher-end suspension and 19-inch wheels, while the M-Sport trim adds a sports-inspired look to the interior. The entry-level 520d and 520i models are fitted with 18-inch wheels. Modern and Luxury trim packages come with a number of additional features, including hand-free power trunk lids, keyless entry and satellite radio. Cold Weather adds heated front and rear seats. Driver Assistance Plus upgrades include blind-spot and lane-departure warning systems, side-view cameras, and collision mitigation with pedestrian detection.

The new BMW 5 Series continues to set standards. While the sixth-generation BMW 5 Series is not radically different from its predecessor, it has been refined enough to stand out among the newer rivals. Listed below are details on the new Luxury, Modern and M Sport trim packages for the 2014 BMW 535i. They each add a unique look, but keep the overall design consistent with the previous model.

2014 BMW 535i Back-seat Space

The back-seat space in the 2014 BMW 5 Series is very limited compared to the standard space in the mainstream models like the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. The back-seat pocket is hard and can press up against the knees of taller adults. Even a small child can feel squished in the backseat. The seat belts and LATCH installations are a must for safety.

A car in this shallow luxury class needs to offer enough space in the front to be comfortable for its passengers. Fortunately, the BMW 5 Series offers more legroom than the Audi A6 and is roughly on par with the Mercedes E-Class when it comes to rear-seat space. The car also has an excellent cargo space, which is more than enough for the typical family. However, back-seat space is a concern for some buyers.

The interior of the 2014 BMW 535i offers excellent comfort, but it’s not a luxuries car. The back-seat space is adequate, but the front seats aren’t as comfortable. You can only get a few extra inches of headroom in the back seat, and a little bit less legroom in the front. The driver’s seat is also a bit cramped, so make sure you fold the rear seats down to increase legroom.

The 2014 BMW 5 Series is another model that has good performance and luxury. It comes with manual transmissions in the 535i and M5. These cars aren’t for those who enjoy simplicity and don’t want to pay much attention to the technology. The price of a fully loaded Lexus is still affordable, but a decked-out 550i can cost you close to six figures.

 

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