Business as usual for BMW

Jaguar and Mercedes-Benz must have felt that the executive class honours were finally theirs – but now comes the new BMW 520

5th March, 2017
The BMW 520d M Sport: excellent at smothering out road imperfections

While the BMW 5 Series has been the default choice in the mid-sized executive class for many years now, signs lately have suggested that the seventh-generation Munich master will not have things all its own way.

Mercedes-Benz, never one to make bad cars, has upped the ante considerably with its latest E-Class, one of the most comfortable cars you can imagine if it’s on air springs, and the Jaguar XF is also a well-polished rival....

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