I must have seen that image at least 100 times in the last 2 weeks !!
BMW don't even have a large grill (Except 7 series).
Since ~2009 the front grill on most Audi's has been much bigger than the recent BMW designs. Lexus have gone large on their grill for 6+ years too.
Yet Audi since 2009 - same height but 3x widerWhat?
The grille on the 4 Series stretches the entire height of the front bumper and headlight area.
Reminds me when Jaguar updated their XJ model from the 30+ year design to the X351 model in 2010 and all the Boomers hated it. Designs need to shift and move with the times, but I get people find change challenging !I know several lifelong BMW purchasers who have moved away now.
apparently eye brows, from chinese perspectiveLike a MASSIVE set of nostrils on the front of the car,
Lexus since 2014
Reminds me when Jaguar updated their XJ model from the 30+ year design to the X351 model in 2010 and all the Boomers hated it. Designs need to shift and move with the times, but I get people find change challenging !
Older customers move on - new customers start the journey, such is life
My father is looking into a 2015/2016 era BMW 5 Series (F10?), he's not sure if the 520 or 530 is his preferred option but he does crunch a few miles per year (18-25k) so I'd assume that it would be a dag dag - happy to explain to him that 520i/530i is a better option if it is? He mainly drives to the golf course on the weekend so it needs to "look good in the carpark", I think it looks great anyway.
Is this era of 5 series a good car for motorway cruising and general comfort and drive?
I've seen some with a very small satnav and some with a much larger one in the dash, which spec comes with the larger? Is it the MSport?
If anyone could suggest some "must have" options in the spec list so he can refine his choice that would be great, I know there are a few 5 series fans on the forum. I have almost zero knowledge of BMWs aside from the no indicators trope so seeking help from you wise ones.