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BMW Santa Barbara Presents the Upcoming 2014 BMW 5 Series

BMW Santa Barbara introduces the upcoming 2014 BMW 5 Series expected to arrive early this fall. SBAlogo5

BMW Santa Barbara would like to introduce California drivers to the 2014 BMW 5 Series, expected to arrive in the Santa Barbara showroom this fall.  This updated model features updated styling, a new BMW Advanced Diesel engine, and updated technology like Standard Navigation, BMW Apps.

Powerful Design

The 2014 BMW 5 Series embodies athletic ability and efficiency.  The innovative design is meant to enhance the driving experience while delivering the signature BMW driving experience customers know and expect from the BMW 5 Series.  BMW engineers have made specific modifications to the newest model, including the addition of a new inline-6 BMW Advanced Diesel engine.

The exterior of the 2014 BMW 5 Series sports athletic contour lines, an accentuated rear end, and slim sharply contoured rear lights.  Xenon adaptive headlights are now standard on all 2014 BMW 5 Series to promote improved visibility and safety.  Additionally, updated aerodynamics are a key factor in the latest fuel efficiency advances for the 5 Series.

The interior of the BMW 5 Series features a central display with the standard iDrive functioning system surrounded by chrome trim.  The front console cup holders and storage compartments all feature increased capacity as well as the rear luggage cargo area.

Increased Array of Engine Options

Furthermore, the BMW 5 Series features more power and a greater selection of engine options for 2014.  With the addition of BMW Advanced Diesel, BMW provides even greater efficiency potential and continues the expansion of the entire engine range from the BMW 528i to the BMW 535i, BMW Active Hybrid 5, and more.

The BMW 535d has been included as the latest diesel model in the United States.  It features the inline-6 BMW Advanced Diesel engine with BMW TwinPower Turbo technology.  Capable of 255 horsepower and 413lb-ft of torque, this new engine delivers plenty of power.  It is also expected to show significant fuel efficiency improvement over the gasoline-powered counterpart.  BMW xdrive technology will also be available on the 528 and the 535.

The 2014 BMW 5 Series will also offer the latest in BMW driving technology.  Available technology includes Adaptive Drive, Integral Active Steering, Brake Energy Regeneration, Auto Start-Stop functionality, ECO PRO Mode, and an array of standard BMW EfficientDynamics technologies.

The BMW 5 Series has been a global best seller in recent years.  Coming up on top in a slew of comparison test drives, the car was recently named “Germany’s Favorite Car.”  BMW fans can watch for the release of this remarkable car soon at BMW Santa Barbara.  The 2014 BMW 5 Series will be available in August at a MSRP of $50,425 for the BMW 528i Sedan.

About Santa Barbara Auto Group

Santa Barbara Auto Group is conveniently located off the 101 and Hope Ave and proudly serves Santa Barbara and the greater Southern California area.  Santa Barbara Auto Group is an authorized BMW dealer and features a wide array of new and pre-owned BMW vehicles.  The sales department at Santa Barbara Auto Group has one purpose – to exceed customers’ expectations from test drive to delivery.  The professional sales team is committed to a no-pressure, high integrity approach to every ownership experience.  Santa Barbara Auto Group also features a dedicated professional service department and a state-of-the-art facility offering the most current diagnostic and repair equipment available and highly skilled factory-trained technicians to deliver efficient quality vehicle care.

Santa Barbara Auto Group is dedicated to providing the best sales and service experience in Southern California.  To learn more about any of the popular BMW models including the BMW 3-Series, 5-Series, or Z4 Roadster, feel free to call, email, or stop by for friendly personal service.

Santa Barbara Auto Group

402 S Hope Ave

Santa Barbara, CA 93105

(805) 682-2000

http://www.sbautogroup.com

http://www.bmwsantabarbara.com

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