BMW takes its turn at the top with a 5 Series update
Owners of the 5 Series now have an extra incentive to trade up, given the detailing of the revamped versions
Competition is fierce in the business saloon sector, though it’s entirely dominated by three German brands – Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
Other marques compete with perfectly lovely alternatives, but the number of sales they rack up – in comparison to the numbers of Audi A6, BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-Class registered – makes them irrelevant in the battle for top spot (even if, arguably, their rarity makes them more special).
This perennial three-way...
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