2007 BMW 5 Series Values

Select a 2007 BMW 5 Series trim level

2007 model year changes

In 2006, BMW introduced new engines for the 5-Series, so BMW kept the 2007 model essentially the same. An auxiliary audio input is now standard, and new optional features include HD radio and BMW's night vision technology, which uses thermal imaging to "see" animals, people or other vehicles that may be beyond the car's headlights.

Competitive comparison

Track-ready performance M5; all-wheel drive optional; wagon available.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 BMW 5-Series offers passenger-carrying performance from one of the most respected sport car manufacturers on the planet. The wide model range includes the world famous M5 to satisfy boy racers, a wagon in 530i all-wheel-drive trim to provide cargo capacity when the road becomes twisty, and the $43,500 525i sedan.
A carry-over from 2006, the 5-Series is a four-door five-passenger sport sedan that is available in 525i with a 3.0Liter, 215HP inline six-cylinder, a 530i that has the same 3.0Liter engine with 24 valves that increases the horsepower to 255, and the 550i, which offers a 4.8Liter V8 that puts out 360HP. The 525 and the 530 are also available in xi version, which includes an all-wheel-drive system, with the 530xi also available as a wagon (the xiT). Transmission options range from a six-speed manual to a six-speed steptronic automatic with sport and manual mode.