(4.7) 6 reviews
Body Style: Sedan
Combined MPG: 24
Engine: 190-hp, 2.8-liter I-6 (premium)
Drivetrain: Rear-wheel Drive
Transmission: 4-speed automatic w/OD
1997 BMW 528


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The interface between car and driver is critical to the enjoyment of driving. I was reminded of that last week as I shifted from second to third gear in a manual-transmission version of BMW's 528i. The 5-series BMW is totally new. It has a totally redesigned body structure, sleek exterior and numerous advancements in weight saving and crash protection. It looks smaller than the car it... Read full review for the 1997 BMW 528

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The Ultimate Driving Machine.

by the stig from CA on April 24, 2008

I've owned a mercedes benz and an audi and they just dont measure up. the car handles like a dream and one of my favorite features is the button to turn off the abs and trac control. bmw knows some of... Read Full Review

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