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2017 BMW 5 Series Prices: MSRP vs Dealer Invoice vs True Dealer Cost

2017 BMW 5 Series Invoice Price Guide - Holdback - Dealer Cost - MSRP
Price terms Used:
MSRP What is MSRP? Invoice Price What is Dealer Invoice Price? Destination Fee Whatis the Destination Fee? Holdback What is Holdback? Dealer Cost What is Dealer Cost?
Note: The BMW 5 Series pricing report below does not include rebates or incentives. View BMW Rebates and Incentives.
2017 Prices
2018 Prices
2017 5 Series Price - 530i 4dr RWD Sdn. With 2L Gas Engine - 4 Cylinders
MSRP
$51,200
Invoice Price
$48,115
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$49,110
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2017 5 Series Price - 530i xDrive 4dr AWD Sdn. With 2L Gas Engine - 4 Cylinders
MSRP
$53,500
Invoice Price
$50,255
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$51,250
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2017 5 Series Price - 540i 4dr RWD Sdn. With 3L Gas Engine - 6 Cylinders
MSRP
$56,450
Invoice Price
$53,000
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$53,995
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2017 5 Series Price - 540i xDrive 4dr AWD Sdn. With 3L Gas Engine - 6 Cylinders
MSRP
$58,750
Invoice Price
$55,140
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$56,135
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2018 BMW 5 Series Prices

2018 5 Series 530i Sedan. Horse Power: 248 City, Hwy. MPG: 24 / 34 RWD
MSRP
$52,400
Invoice Price
$49,230
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$50,225
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2018 5 Series 530e iPerformance Plug-In Hybrid. Horse Power: 248 City, Hwy. MPG: N/A RWD
MSRP
$52,400
Invoice Price
$49,230
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$50,225
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2018 5 Series 530i xDrive Sedan. Horse Power: 248 City, Hwy. MPG: 23 / 33 AWD
MSRP
$54,700
Invoice Price
$51,370
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$52,365
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2018 5 Series 540i Sedan. Horse Power: 335 City, Hwy. MPG: 21 / 30 RWD
MSRP
$57,700
Invoice Price
$54,160
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$55,155
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2018 5 Series 540i xDrive Sedan. Horse Power: 335 City, Hwy. MPG: 20 / 29 AWD
MSRP
$60,000
Invoice Price
$56,300
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$57,295
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2018 5 Series M550i xDrive Sedan. Horse Power: 456 City, Hwy. MPG: 16 / 25 AWD
MSRP
$73,400
Invoice Price
$68,760
Destination Fee
$995
Holdback
$0
Dealer Cost
$69,755
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2017 BMW 5 Series Overview:
The 2017 BMW 5 Series is the latest model year in the popular line of luxury sedans produced by BMW. The car has been produced and sold by BMW every year since 1972 and has continued to be one of the best selling cars for BMW on an annual basis. 

While the 2017 BMW 5 Series has been a popular car with luxury buyers for decades, the 2017 model year could easily be one of the best selling models yet. Thus far, the reviews with both consumers and reviewers have been very positive. 

Overall, buyers of the 2017 model year will have five different trim levels to choose from. The base trim level is the 528i, which is a four-door sedan that comes coupled with a four-cylinder engine. The 528i can be purchased for as little as $50,000 if no additional upgrades are selected. 

The most powerful, and expensive, option for the 2017 model year is the 550i, which can come as either a sedan or five-door hatchback. This trim level starts at just over $70,000 and includes the majority of all tech and safety upgrades while also pairing with a V-8 engine. 

Like most years, the 2017 2017 BMW 5 Series will be popular with drivers that are looking for a powerful engine in a stylish sedan. The base engine option, which is a four-cylinder engine still provides and impressive 225 horsepower. Those that are looking to upgrade to the highest option can get the twin turbo V8 engine, which has been tested to produce over 350 horsepower. 

While the BMW 5 Series has a lot of power, it is still surprisingly fuel-efficient. Those that choose the lowest engine option available will get highway mileage of close to 25mpg. Those that want the more powerful V8 engine will still receive around 22mpg. In all situations, the BMW can be upgraded from rear wheel drive to all wheel drive. Along with this upgrade, drivers will sacrifice about 10% of their fuel efficiency. 

Beyond the performance measures of the 5 Series, the safety ratings have also come in pretty positive on this model year. Most of the major rating agencies have given ratings of four to five stars, which is similar to prior model years. While there have not been many upgrades compared to the 2016 model year, drivers will still receive eight airbags, brake assist, electronic stability control, blind spot monitoring, night vision, and rear view cameras. 

The 2017 model year also comes standard with a lot of impressive features. This includes leather seating, 14-way adjustable seats, heated and ventilated seats, and power rear shades. All cars can also come standard with an impressive audi system, navigation, righ-resolution display, and a touchpad screen.
How to Calculate The Dealer Cost of a BMW 5 Series:

Formula for Calculating Dealer Cost:

  • Example: Base BMW 5 Series invoice price + the dealer Invoice price of options + destination - Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
  • What is Holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price.

Total Dealer Cost - Rebate and Incentive + Taxes / Licensing Fees = True Dealer Cost. (You can get rebates and incentives here.)

Note: All BMW 5 Series MSRP, invoice and dealer cost dollar figures above are approximate amounts. Prices are subject to change without notice.

A note about rebates: Most rebates are subtracted from the "on the road" figure. In most cases, you can have the rebate if you are arranging your own financing or you are paying cash. If you decide to use the manufacturer’s low interest financing, you do not usually get the rebate. Ask your dealer for details.

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