As SUVs step into BMW’s sporting spotlight, its non-M-badged sedans such as the updated 5-series refocus on relaxation and convenience.
Over the past few years, we’ve complained plenty that today’s BMW four-doors shy away from the sports-sedan greatness of the previous-generation models. As the brand’s SUVs continue to ratchet up the sporting attitude, its sedans—particularly ones without an M in their alphanumeric names—are left to play a different role, catering to buyers who are specifically looking for a comfortable, long-distance cruiser.
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