2018-2019 BMW 518d and 520d

Buyers of the 2018-2019 BMW 5 the Series- , preferring diesel engines, waited updated sedans and station wagons in versions 518d and 520d, ready to boast reduced fuel consumption and improved acceleration dynamics. Powertrain volume of 2 liters under the hood of these cars have direct fuel injection with a pressure of 2000 bar, turbochargers with variable geometry, reduced internal friction and added start / stop system. Also, the manufacturer is pleased to announce an improvement of acoustic comfort and weight reduction of engines, though slight, is about 2 kilograms.

Motor 2018-2019 BMW 518d has an output of 150 hp at 4000 rev / min and torque of 360 Newton meters from 1750 to 2500 rev / min. With the standard 6-speed manual transmission sedan accelerates from zero to hundred in 9.5 and 9.9 seconds for the wagon. The optional 8-speed automatic Steptronic has undergone modernization and handles gear change is better than the most skilful driver.

With transmission Steptronic sedan and wagon reaches 100 km / h 0.1 seconds faster. Both vehicles are equipped with an automatic transmission, and more economical. Average fuel consumption of the sedan is in the range of 4.2-4.7 liters per hundred kilometers, 518d Touring consumes from 4.5 to 5 liters of diesel.

2018-2019 BMW 520d Diesel generates 190 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque. With mechanics sedan accelerates from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 7.9 seconds (7.7 with automatic transmission), touring shows the result of 8.1 seconds (8 with automatic transmission). Claimed fuel consumption of a rear wheel drive car is less than 5 liters per hundred. Now the results of four-wheel drive versions. 2018-2019 BMW 520d xDrive Sedan spend 4,7-5,1 and 520d xDrive Touring 5,1-5,4 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers distance. The indicator is dependent on the dimension of the tires.

The result of the incident update both versions was a reduction in acceleration times of 0-100 km / h in 0.2 seconds and reducing fuel appetite 0.4 liters in the combined cycle.

Picture 2018-2019 BMW 518d

Picture 2018-2019 BMW 520d Touring