Whether you want a sporty cruiser or all-around luxury sedan for everyday travel in San Francisco, you can rely on BMW for perfect performance. Below, we look at the 2020 BMW 3 Series vs. 5 Series in detail to help you decide which model and trim have what you’re looking for.
Starting at $40,750 MSRP, the 3-Series is the sporty, smaller sibling of the 5-Series. That said, the 3-Series can easily step up to a higher BMW sedan price with lots of available performance upgrades and premium features. Compare BMW model sedans by price:
Your choice of a 3-Series or 5-Series BMW sedan comes down largely to personal preference and your driving needs for your next car. With nimble handling and lively engine response, the 3-Series compact sports sedan is fun and sporty — yet still smooth enough to drive all day, thanks to its well-balanced suspension. The 5-Series is a midsize luxury sedan with more well-rounded talents: excellent handling, potent engines, and an ultra-smooth ride. If fuel efficiency is important to you, know that both sedans have great MPG estimates, too. Below, compare BMW models to see which sedan delivers the engine performance you need in Burlingame:
When you compare BMW models’ interior features, you’ll find that the essential comfort and convenience amenities come standard on most models. As you move up the BMW sedan price range, premium tech and upholstery details join the feature list. That said, no trim on either the 3-Series or 5-Series falls short of luxury. Key interior features available on the 3-Series include:
The 5-Series sedan fits the following features into its more spacious interior:
No matter what you need out of your next BMW sedan, you’ll love our wide range of new 3-Series and 5-Series sedan models. Contact the Peter Pan BMW team to compare more BMW models, and learn more about our special offers for Burlingame-area drivers. Looking for a lower price and nearly-new condition? Check out our Certified Pre-Owned 3-Series and our CPO 5-Series inventory, too.