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  • 2020 BMW 5 Series
    RM 4,263/Month RM 328,800

Key Highlights

Fully loaded with features Respectable performance and economy from a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine Interior feels a lot more expensive than earlier BMWs
Class-leading driving dynamics Laden with modern technologies Also available as a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or a high performance M5

Overview

The G30 BMW 5 Series was introduced back in late 2016, built on the company's same CLAR platform that underpins the BMW G11 7 Series. Similar platform aside, the G30 5 Series also features BMW's new design language.

Four variants are available:


1) 520i Luxury

2) 530i M Sport

3) 530e Sport

4) 530e M Sport


Inside, BMW has given the G30 5 Series's better quality materials than its predecessors, whilst keeping its signature ease-of-use.

For the Malaysian market, the G30 5 Series is locally-assembled in Kulim, Kedah. 

Quick overview of 530e Sport:

2.0-litre, combined system output of 252 hp and 420 Nm. 0-100 km/h in 6.2 seconds. Battery capacity listed as 9.2 kWh which allows electric driving of up to 48 km. Boot size reduced to 410 litres and fuel tank of just 46 litres.

Key features include 19-inch wheels, contactless boot operation, Sport line which applies gloss black on certain exterior trimmings, adaptive suspension, 12-speaker 'HiFi loudspeaker' sound system with 10.25-inch touch screen display, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear view camera, 4-zone automatic air conditioning, and LED headlamps. 

BMW 530e Plug-in Hybrid launched, from RM343,800

Review : BMW 530e tested in Portugal

Quick overview of 530i M Sport:

2.0-litre, output of 252 hp and 350 Nm. 0-100 km/h in 6.2 seconds. Boot size is 530 litres, while fuel tank is 68 litres. 

Key features include M Sport package which consists of bumpers, side sills, braking system, alloy wheels, and steering wheel, BMW Display Key, Adaptive LED headlamps, tilt-and-slide moonroof, and Harman Kardon surround sound system with 16 speakers. 

BMW 530i M Sport CKD, minus adaptive cruise control, RM 388.8k

BMW 530i M Sport CBU launched, from RM 399k

All mainstream BMW models sold by BMW Malaysia come with a five-year unlimited mileage warranty that is manufacturer backed, and the program includes free scheduled service and maintenance of up to 100,000 km. The warranty program is in accordance with the BMW Condition Based Service (CBS) status, which includes a service vehicle check, engine oil service, oil filter and refill quantity.

For components covered within the program, air filters, fuel filters, micro filters, spark plugs and brake fluid are all included – front and rear brakes, inclusive of discs and pads, and windscreen wipers have been excluded.

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1998 cc - 4395 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 328,800 - RM 1,010,800

Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1998 cc - 4395 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 328,800 - RM 1,010,800

Reviews

  • Jim Kem

    18 Jan 2021

    2020 BMW 530e M Sport - Future So Bright I Gotta Wear Shadow Line

    Stepping inside the G30 and it isn’t necessarily the cabin’s materials or build quality that strikes you first, though on those points it excels nonetheless. In my case, it was the sense of solidity that was most obvious, which is way ahead of the previous generation car. You can chalk that up to the new Cluster Architecture (CLAR) platform, which is an odd thing to notice when assessing a car’s interior. The automaker no doubt built on that by making small tweaks everywhere to reinforce that feeling of rigidity, though it won’t be impressing those looking for the new or exotic. After all, this has a typical layout we’ve come to associate with BMW, but at its most refined. Driver and all passengers do also enjoy quad-zone climate control and all 11 options for the ambient lighting system, though it’s only the former who might admire the excellent M Sport steering wheel. I’m very glad it’s only here where the M logo is prominently displayed when they could’ve given into old habits and plastered it everywhere. In terms of practicality, rear passengers will be exceptionally comfortable with ample space to get settled in, but the rear-mounted battery pack does intrude on boot space, losing about 100-litres of capacity over its non-hybrid counterparts to 410-litres. That’s decent enough for a couple of big suitcases, and at least it does mean the powered boot lid now opens to a completely flat loading surface.

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  • Gokul

    15 Sep 2020

    Review: G30 BMW 5 Series 520i Luxury Line – It’s Not Always About Sportiness

    For the 520i Luxury Line, the engine is perhaps the largest distinction between it and the other variants. Powering it is the same B48 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine as the 530i M Sport, but in a different state of tuning. Inside, the 520i Luxury Line features Dakota leather upholstery and a Sensatec dashboard which is not available in any other variant, black high-gloss trim with highlights in Pearl Chrome, front sports seats, a sport leather steering wheel, illuminated aluminium door sill finishers, along with an 11-colour ambient lighting system.

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  • Eric

    02 Feb 2018

    BMW 530e iPerformance - Charged Up Performance

    As the race to electrification speeds up, car companies are busy introducing electrified vehicles to the market. At the moment, BMW has taken the lead in terms of offering electrified vehicles, seeing that the Munich-based company currently offers nine electrified vehicles globally, far more than any other premium manufacturer. By 2025, BMW foresees that electrified vehicles will account for between 15% to 25% of their global sales.

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User Review of BMW 5 Series

4.5 Excellent
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5 Excellent
Mohamad
Owner of 2020 Bmw 530E

Superb driving experience

Efficient and smooth engine. Excellent features and easy to use - Less
5 Excellent
Allan
Owner of 2020 Bmw 530I

Man make Machine

Style /luxury/safety/family sedan all in one that is 530i - Less
1 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
Drew
Owner of 2019 Bmw 530E

Good acceleration and handling.

Good acceleration and handling. - Less
3 Good
CHUA
Owner of 2019 Bmw 530E

Good Car tq

Fuel efficient and power with good safety - Less
2 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
Navin
Owner of 2018 Bmw 530I

great car..

good family sedan. ride can be a bit harsh with the rft..but handles like a dream. i also have a 2000 e39 and i feel it has more rear space ..second hand value suffers a little because of the over the top promotions given by bmw for their new cars - Less
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