Does BMW make a 5 Series wagon?

The BMW 5 Series is an executive car manufactured by BMW since 1972. It is the successor to the New Class Sedans and is currently in its seventh generation….

BMW 5 Series
Production 1972–present
Body and chassis
Class Executive car (E)
Body style 4-door sedan 5-door wagon 5-door fastback (F07)

What year was the BMW e34 made?

December 1987
BMW 5 Series (E34)/Introduced

What engine does the e34 535i have?

BMW 5 Series (E34) 535i (211 Hp) 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Specs

General information
Model Engine M30B35
Engine displacement 3430 cm3 209.31 cu. in.
Number of cylinders 6
Position of cylinders Inline

Will BMW bring back the wagon to USA?

But before anyone in the U.S. opens their wallets, BMW spokesman Oleg Satanovsky told Motor Authority “there are no plans to import this vehicle to the U.S.” The 3-Series wagon was also discontinued in the U.S. in 2019. Elsewhere, the M3 Touring is expected to start sales in 2022.

Where is the BMW 5 Series built?

All 5 Series long-wheelbase production takes place at BMW Brilliance’s factory in the Dadong district of Shenyang, China. In addition, from March 2017, contract manufacturer Magna Steyr began building 5 Series saloons at its factory in Graz, Austria.

Is the BMW 530i a V8?

V8 engines introduced in the 530i and 540i models. The V8 models adopted a wider grille than other models.

What year did BMW stop making wagons?

BMW confirmed in December 2018 the 3-Series Touring would not come to the US for the first time in 20 years. The 3-Series was the last new wagon you could buy from BMW in the US, since it stopped selling the 5-Series Touring here in 2010.

When did BMW stop making wagons?

Sorry, wagon-lovers. CarBuzz spoke to a BMW North America spokesperson to confirm the news that yes, BMW will no longer sell a wagon of any kind here in the United States. The 3-Series wagon has been available to US buyers since the introduction of the E46-generation 3-Series in 1997.