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The 2020 BMW 5 Series and the 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class have a lot in common. Both are German-engineered luxury midsize sedans, and they both have plenty of style, features, and power under the hood. So, which one is better for your daily drives around Atlantic City, Egg Harbor, and Vineland?
In this car comparison, we’ll put these two cars head to head in a 2020 BMW 5 Series vs. Mercedes E-Class faceoff. See how they measure up in a variety of ways and choose the car that suits your needs better! If you have any questions, drop us a line at BMW of Atlantic City.
The 2020 5 Series and the 2020 E-Class offer seating for five in remarkably comfy seats. These are luxury cars, so you can expect leather upholstery for a premium look and feel. Plus, with just over 41 inches of legroom in the front seats of both cars, tall drivers have plenty of room and can easily fit in.
However, you may feel more comfortable in the front row of the BMW when you consider the other dimensions. In the 5 Series, you have 38.8 inches of headroom and 58.7 inches of shoulder room. In the E-Class, you get just 37.3 inches of headroom and 57.8 inches of shoulder room in the front row.
The BMW provides more cargo room, too, with 18.7 cubic feet. This is compared to the 13.1 cubic feet of trunk space found inside the Mercedes-Benz. As a result, you’ll have much room in the 5 Series for groceries, golf clubs, or luggage.
With the 5 Series and E-Class being luxury models, you can also expect there to be plenty of creature comforts and cutting-edge tech inside each sedan.
This includes optional heated and ventilated front seats to stay comfortable year-round. Plus, with standard dual-zone automatic climate control, you and your co-pilot can both adjust the cabin temperature. That way, you can each stay as warm or cool as you’d like.
The BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class also come standard with Apple CarPlay™ to make it easy to use your favorite mobile apps without handling your phone while driving.
Whether you’re making a phone call or listening to some tunes, you’ll hear everything clearly thanks to the 16-speaker Harman Kardon® Surround Sound Audio System offered in the 5 Series.
Meanwhile, the E-Class offers a 13-speaker Burmester® Surround Sound system. As a result, your media options may not sound as sharp as they would in the BMW.
The 5 Series and the E-Class provide powerful performances while also handling well on any type of road.
The 2020 5 Series comes standard with a 2.0L TwinPower Turbo 4-cylinder engine that delivers 248 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. It can also go from 0 to 60 MPH in 5.9 seconds.
For even quicker acceleration, there’s the available 4.4L BMW M Performance TwinPower Turbo V8 engine. This engine churns out 523 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. Plus, it can go from 0 to 60 MPH in a staggering 3.6 seconds.
Meanwhile, the E-Class offers a 3.0L V6 engine that delivers just 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. Not only is this the most powerful engine in the lineup, but it also takes the vehicle five full seconds to get to 60 MPH.
Want to learn more about the BMW 5 Series? Check out our reviews!
Which of these luxury midsize cars out-performs the competition? As you’ve seen in our 2020 BMW 5 Series vs. 2020 Mercedes E-Class comparison, it was a close contest. Both cars have exceptional interior qualities and well-tuned performances.
However, if you want a luxury car that offers cavernous cargo space, powerful engine options, and a long list of features, the 5 Series may be worth a closer look.
Schedule a test drive today at BMW of Atlantic City, your dealer serving Atlantic City, Egg Harbor, and Vineland!