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Old 08-27-2014, 07:33 AM
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End of the year decision: 535xi or 550xi? (both drivers chime in)

This forum has been a wealth of knowledge and helped with making the sound decision of waiting for my current lease to expire and wait for larger end-of-year incentives to lease my first BMW. I test drove the 535xi w/ m-sport and a few other packages. However, after reading some additional older threads about "535 vs 550", I can't help but wonder if I should have a "balanced" car with the 535 or a "beast" with the 550i. Here's some background:

1.) I work in sales, so I do about 18-20k per year and spend about 50/50 highway city when making my drives. (I will be leasing for 36 months and 18k.)

2.) I've had an 2006 Infiniti M35 sport rwd, 2009 Infiniti FX 50 awd, and 2013 Lexus GS 350awd as my last vehicles. I really enjoyed my M35 due to the sport suspension and my FX 50 due to the raw power under the engine. The Lexus was a nice change, but it was flat out boring to me...and still is.

3.) MPG is a small concern but anything was better than my FX 50 (14/20). What is everyone with the 535 / 550 getting overall?

4.) I've read past "Dynamic Handling Package" threads and heard this is a very good option to add on. Does the M-sport package come with the m-sport suspension on the awd model? Is it worth the 3,100?

5.) Anyone have regrets going from going with 535 or 550?

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Old 08-27-2014, 07:42 AM
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I tried 550 once. I screamed no more. It wouldn't be better than 14/20. I know some people do get better than that but with very careful driving, then I ask what's the point to get 550i.
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:12 AM
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The 550i will get similar mileage to your FX50, if MPG is not a concern, get the 550i.
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:15 AM
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Why not consider the 535d?
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Old 08-27-2014, 08:58 AM
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Why not consider the 535d?
May be a consideration, but the hp difference of 255 vs 300 is a low point. Quick power off the line but not sure what it will be like on the highway.
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:04 AM
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between these two, you guessed it - the 550i

we all have our reasons but if you're like me, it goes like this:

- Weight not an issue, slight nod to the 535 but the F10 is a big car no matter how you slice it
- Didn't want to wish I had gotten a 550 everytime I'd see one pass by
- Gas mileage least of my priorities. I work 12~14 hr days, some weekends and business trips. With the limited amount of time I have to enjoy my car, I'd do myself a disservice thinking about saving gas
- I like having massive torque/power you never know when you'll need it, someday it might just save you
- Money no object
- Get the passive M-Sport suspension, you will thank yourself
- Get Alpine white, you will thank yourself again


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Old 08-27-2014, 09:22 AM
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May be a consideration, but the hp difference of 255 vs 300 is a low point. Quick power off the line but not sure what it will be like on the highway.
Unless you're driving 100+ mph you won't notice a difference.
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:38 AM
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I tried 550 once. I screamed no more. It wouldn't be better than 14/20. I know some people do get better than that but with very careful driving, then I ask what's the point to get 550i.

Yep. After my E92 M3 and my E70 x5M I can say that I agree. Never again will I drive 40-50k a year (between two cars) and get 11-19 mpg. I love the performance, but quickly grew tired of the almost daily fill ups.


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Old 08-27-2014, 09:42 AM
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between these two, you guessed it - the 550i



we all have our reasons but if you're like me, it goes like this:



- Weight not an issue, slight nod to the 535 but the F10 is a big car no matter how you slice it

- Didn't want to wish I had gotten a 550 everytime I'd see one pass by

- Gas mileage least of my priorities. I work 12~14 hr days, some weekends and business trips. With the limited amount of time I have to enjoy my car, I'd do myself a disservice thinking about saving gas

- I like having massive torque/power you never know when you'll need it, someday it might just save you

- Money no object

- Get the passive M-Sport suspension, you will thank yourself

- Get Alpine white, you will thank yourself again





let us know how you get on.

Does the m sport package come with the m sport suspension or are you referring to the dynamic package?


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Old 08-27-2014, 09:43 AM
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Unless you're driving 100+ mph you won't notice a difference.

Good heads up. I wasn't truly impressed when I test drove it initially, but it was a base package. I'll give it another shot.


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Old 08-27-2014, 09:43 AM
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Unless you're driving 100+ mph you won't notice a difference.
I have the BMS stage 1 on my 550xi (about to get the stage 2). I bought my car on 7/05 with 14,900 miles on it, it currently has 18,100.

I do either all city, or all highway, depending on what I got going on that day. When its all city, I seem to average 15-16mpg. I do speed limit, but often launch the car hard, just because its fun. When its all highway, I get between 22-23mpg. Last week I drove from OKC to Dallas, filled up gas and got right onto the interstate and set the cruise to 80mph. The entire way to Dallas, I averaged 27mpg. Obviously, my mileage on that tank dropped one I got there, but as long as you have a relatively flat commute, you can get good mileage out of it.

I have no experience with a 535xi, but I absolutely love my car.
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:46 AM
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I have the BMS stage 1 on my 550xi (about to get the stage 2). I bought my car on 7/05 with 14,900 miles on it, it currently has 18,100.



I do either all city, or all highway, depending on what I got going on that day. When its all city, I seem to average 15-16mpg. I do speed limit, but often launch the car hard, just because its fun. When its all highway, I get between 22-23mpg. Last week I drove from OKC to Dallas, filled up gas and got right onto the interstate and set the cruise to 80mph. The entire way to Dallas, I averaged 27mpg. Obviously, my mileage on that tank dropped one I got there, but as long as you have a relatively flat commute, you can get good mileage out of it.



I have no experience with a 535xi, but I absolutely love my car.

How much is a full tank fill up for you? I remembered that it cost me up to 90 bucks a fillup on a 20 gallon tank. Always broke my heart. Haha

But I understand the difference of both cars. If you go 550 can't worry about mpg and cost savings.


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Old 08-27-2014, 09:55 AM
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Does the m sport package come with the m sport suspension or are you referring to the dynamic package?


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Old 08-27-2014, 09:57 AM
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How much is a full tank fill up for you? I remembered that it cost me up to 90 bucks a fillup on a 20 gallon tank. Always broke my heart. Haha

But I understand the difference of both cars. If you go 550 can't worry about mpg and cost savings.


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I normally fill up right after it tells me i'm on reserve fuel, so normally 60 miles of range left.

I fill up roughly 15.5-16 gallons on average. I'm averaging about $60-65 a fill up.
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:45 AM
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between these two, you guessed it - the 550i

we all have our reasons but if you're like me, it goes like this:

- Weight not an issue, slight nod to the 535 but the F10 is a big car no matter how you slice it
- Didn't want to wish I had gotten a 550 everytime I'd see one pass by
- Gas mileage least of my priorities. I work 12~14 hr days, some weekends and business trips. With the limited amount of time I have to enjoy my car, I'd do myself a disservice thinking about saving gas
- I like having massive torque/power you never know when you'll need it, someday it might just save you
- Money no object
- Get the passive M-Sport suspension, you will thank yourself
- Get Alpine white, you will thank yourself again
I have to agree with everything said here by demas, with the exception of "money no object" and the Alpine White selection (just personal preference). Also, I'm not sure I really know anything about the passive M-sport suspension.

I was an MB E-class driver for 20 years, until I got close and friendly with BMW, and I won't go back. Had a 2010 535xi for four years and LOVED it, and am still a little unsure why I traded for a 2014 535xi last October.

I had trepidations about what I'd read about the F10 losing some of the good-feeling things that characterized the E60, but I hoped the LCI had fixed those things. Not so, in my experience.

So, in July I traded the nine-month-old 535 for a 550xi M-sport, and I have zero buyer's remorse. This is what I was looking for all along! (The end-of-model-year pricing made it all the more palatable, and maybe there's still time to take advantage of that.)

I'm not a fan of the overall mileage (14s), but I only drive 9000 miles/year, so I'll live with that. Have sometimes managed almost 25 on the highway, though, and those are fun miles indeed.

Go for it, and have a great time either way.
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I'm a former "road warrior" ... typically driving 45K-60K miles annually. But even my BMW 740's, driven conservatively, could eek out 20mpg. And given the large gas tank on the 7'ers I wouldn't have to hunt down a gas station every other day. However, the F10 gas tanks are a bit smaller so driving range is a consideration for any "road" car. That said, my 535xDrive easily delivers 25+ mpg (not unusual to pull 450+ miles on the highway between fill-ups) and it's quick enough to move up or out of any traffic situation. I'm personally not needing to get 0-60 one to two seconds quicker or outrun a trooper playing laser tag!

That said, when I went from my 740 Sport to my last e60 - a 530xi - I really really really missed my V-8!! Today, with the '13 535xDrive, not so much!
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Old 08-27-2014, 12:52 PM
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535i xDrive will be much better in terms of fuel efficiency. 550i xDrive MPG will be similar to the cars you've previously owned. Both will be miles ahead in terms of driving pleasure

ABSOLUTELY get the Dynamic Handling Package. The base xDrive suspension sucks. It's the best $3500 you'll spend on the car. Go to - http://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1006314 - and read up on why DHP is the best suspension. Since you're getting an xDrive car, it's your only choice of an upgraded suspension and I would never ever order a car without DHP….so get it!

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ABSOLUTELY get the Dynamic Handling Package. The base xDrive suspension sucks. It's the best $3500 you'll spend on the car. Go to - http://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1006314 - and read up on why DHP is the best suspension. Since you're getting an xDrive car, it's your only choice of an upgraded suspension and I would never ever order a car without DHP….so get it!
Man, sorry to hear my new car sucks. What was I thinking?
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Man, sorry to hear my new car sucks. What was I thinking?
Lol I never said that but to me personally I've never liked the standard xDrive suspension and DHP made a complete difference in how it handled.
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OP - since you asked for owners opinions - I never test drove 550 but I don't feel I'm missing anything with my 535. It has plenty of power for my taste, I floor it - it flies. Most of the time I don't get anywhere near the limit of available power. Don't think you'll regret it if you go this way
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2.) I've had an 2006 Infiniti M35 sport rwd, 2009 Infiniti FX 50 awd, and 2013 Lexus GS 350awd as my last vehicles. I really enjoyed my M35 due to the sport suspension and my FX 50 due to the raw power under the engine. The Lexus was a nice change, but it was flat out boring to me...and still is.

3.) MPG is a small concern but anything was better than my FX 50 (14/20). What is everyone with the 535 / 550 getting overall?

4.) I've read past "Dynamic Handling Package" threads and heard this is a very good option to add on. Does the M-sport package come with the m-sport suspension on the awd model? Is it worth the 3,100?

5.) Anyone have regrets going from going with 535 or 550?
2.) If you like "sport suspension" in your cars, get the DHP. xDrive's don't get the M Sport suspension, so DHP is your only suspension upgrade option.
3.) I have a 535i RWD M Sport. I average 19.x MPG but I have a lead foot. Some people report mid-20's but I don't get anywhere near that unless on the highway and not using the fun pedal at all.
4.) DHP probably worth the $3100 since xDrive Msport is only appearance, only RWD gets the suspension upgrade. If I was getting an xDrive, and the $3k was an issue, I'd probably spend it on the suspension instead of the cosmetics. But the Msport looks great (shadow trim instead of chrome, and the body kit), if you can swing both packages.
5.) No regrets. I drove a 550 and it sure was a beast, but the 535 is still plenty fast, you just need to downshift more, which is still fun with the excellent transmission and paddles. It's over 100 in no time, and the engine makes great sounds.
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I had a 135i before I bought my 550. I tried the 535, but it was the same engine I was used to but with an extra 800 lbs to pull, so I was unimpressed. The 535 diesel has good torque off the line, but the 550 is faster and for me it was the best choice of the three because it was the most fun to drive.

I did a road trip a couple of months ago of about 300 miles - incl. a traffic jam, then a mix of freeway and backroads, and I averaged 23.5 mpg (an hour of stop and go killed the economy, but it wasn't too bad all in all. I average 18 mpg after a few months of ownership, 50/50. If mileage is a huge concern, you may be better off with the 535. If you can live with 18mpg, get the 550 hands down. BTW, I have Xdrive and DHP.
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Old 08-27-2014, 06:25 PM
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E60 535 (gone) / F10 550 driver here. After a few years in the 535, I longed for more power, so switched to the 550. One of the best things about the 550 is the effortless power delivery. There is always an enormous amount of power immediately on tap without having to downshift. I like this.

What I will admit to not liking is that, because there is so much power, it does cause a bit of anxiety when driving around town and even on the freeway when you know the power is there but you can't use it. I don't know how to describe the feeling but you always want to put your foot down so it is a constant battle to not do this, or do it at the right time, or find excuses to do it (e.g. unnecessarily switch lanes and gun it past someone for a second or two, only to have to back off, then stop at a light, and them pull up next to you).

If I were to get another F10 when my lease is up (right now I'm considering a 435 of some kind, either GC or vert), then I would probably get the 535 instead for the above reason.

My biz partner has an F10 535 and it is nice. It feels a bit more goldilocks. The engine and exhaust note sound a bit better. A bit better gas mileage. The tranny feels a bit quicker (especially 2nd to 3rd, which feels a bit clunky in the 550). And no anxiety of the kind I describe above.

I think you would be happy with either, really. But my recommendation would lean towards the 535.


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