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The BMW 535d is a BMW 5 Series five-seat sedan that was in production from 2014 to 2016. Like many BMWs, the 535d's exceptional engine is the key, with the twin-turbo unit offering exhilarating speed and excellent economy. It is equipped with a 3.0-liter diesel inline-6 engine which produces 255 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque and includes an eight-speed automatic transmission and automatic stop-start. In performance testing, the rear-wheel-drive 535d accelerated from zero to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds with an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 30 mpg combined (26 mpg city/38 mpg highway) with rear-wheel drive and combined (26/37) with xDrive. The navigation system is now fully standard along with the improved control panel of the BMW iDrive system and a touchpad that recognizes handwritten characters. A longer list of options includes a new rear entertainment system with dual tilt-adjustable screens, an upgraded Connected Services suite is also offered and a personal concierge service.
The BMW 535d model has exhibited various engine issues, including coolant light errors, oil level surges, and drivetrain malfunctions related to an EGR Cooler recall. An instance of significant oil level increase led to substantial damages, such as the twisting of connecting rods and damage to pistons. This required regular oil level monitoring and, in some cases, removal of excess oil. Potential causes for the oil level rise include a blocked diesel particulate filter (DPF), leaking fuel injector, malfunctioning high-pressure fuel pump, and faulty thermostats. Other suspected reasons encompass issues with the DPF regeneration process or oil dilution from cracked fuel injectors. Overheating problems have also been linked to improperly installed engine temperature sensors, causing coolant boiling. Owners should be cautious of potential engine damage like head gasket failure and oil degradation. Furthermore, a November 2021 recall targeting the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Cooler, impacting certain diesel models from 2014-2017, was issued due to fire hazards. If these coolers leak internally, coolant might mix with diesel soot, potentially leading to fire risks. Despite efforts to remedy this with inspections and replacements, challenges persist, notably due to a global shortage of EGR coolers and continued reports of malfunctions after inspections. The recall aims to provide free replacements where necessary.
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