Is a 2006 BMW 525i a good car?

BMW 525 2006 Love this car, beautiful, smooth, mechanically reliable, and most comfortable . It has everything a great car should have.

What is BMW 525xi?

BMW E60 5 Series 525xi Specs This engine produces a maximum power of 218 PS (215 bhp – 160 kW) at 6100 rpm and a maximum torque of 270 Nm (199 lb. ft) at 2400 rpm. For stopping power, the E60 5 Series 525xi braking system includes Vented Discs at the front and Vented Discs at the rear.

Is the 2006 BMW 550i reliable?

The average rating is a 4.8 out of 5 stars. The BMW 550i Reliability Rating is 2.5 out of 5.

How many miles can a BMW 525i last?

A BMW 5 Series should be able to last between 150,000 to 200,000 miles if taken care of properly. Reports show that many models can last up to 370k miles, but this kind of longevity can be reached only after several costly repairs and replacements keep the car on the road.

Are 525i reliable?

This is the Most dependable car i have owned. ONE OF A KIND 2005 BMW 525i, Drives smoothly, nice and tight, no rattles. Engine, suspension, transmission, steering, are superb.

How many miles can a BMW 550i last?

Is a BMW 550i reliable?

The BMW 550i Reliability Rating is 1.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 29th out of 30 for luxury fullsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $1,046 which means it has poor ownership costs.

At what mileage do BMWs start having problems?

The general belief is that most vehicles from other automakers won’t experience problems beyond normal wear-and-tear before 100,000 miles. Many warranties cover the first 100,000 miles for that reason. Minor mechanical concerns can present as early as 20,000 miles, but regular maintenance can usually remedy that.

Which e60 is most reliable?

Registered. To answer your thread title, the 528 is by far the most reliable. However there is no 528 in 2004 or 2005 so your choices are 525 and 530.

Why are used BMW 5 Series so cheap?

One of the reasons that BMWs are so cheap is that the used market for them is oversaturated. Cars are products, just like any other, and when there’s a lot of supply and not as much demand, then the prices drop.

At what mileage do most cars start having problems?

Generally, vehicles are likely to start experiencing problems after the 100,000-mile mark. Also, in most cases, they no longer have a valid manufacturer’s warranty, meaning you have to pay for repairs out of your own pocket when something goes wrong.