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Consider the Benefits of Buying or Leasing a Certified Pre-Owned BMW from South Bay BMW

It's a truism that certain things only improve with age, like fine wines, small-batch whiskey and Bavarian-made luxury vehicles. That's why many luxury car shoppers opt for a certified pre-owned BMW, from the 3 Series, 5 Series and 7 Series sedans, to the 4 Series and 6 Series coupes and cabriolets, to the X3 and X5 SAVs and even the high-performance BMW M line.

While a new BMW is indeed a flawless specimen of leading-edge automotive engineering, new vehicles - regardless of the brand - tend to lose a lot of value once they're driven off the dealership lot…

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Today's BMW 535i Reflects 45 Years of Bavarian Automotive Engineering Excellence

BMW's venerable 5 Series established the midsize luxury sedan category some 45 years ago, and to provide design context for current models like the BMW 535i BMW 535i, the elite automaker recently introduced a six-part video series on the history of the 5-Series. Below is the first episode, which focuses on the development of the E12 model.

At the time, BMW's 5 Series exterior design and engine technology signaled a whole new era for luxury automobile manufacturing - sleek, forward-leaning lines and powerful, efficient engines marked a sharp departure from the stylings coming...

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US News & World Report: 2016 BMW 528i Packs Quite a Punch

For any BMW enthusiasts looking for a well-powered "entry-level" BMW 5 Series (is that even a thing?), the 2016 BMW 528i could be a good choice, at least based on a review of the 2016 5 Series by US News & World Report. Starting at just over $50,000, the last 528i is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that cranks out 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. It even earns very good fuel economy for its class: 23 mpg city and 34 mpg highway with rear-wheel drive.
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As US News & World Report notes, the interior of the 5…

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