The BMW 5-Series 528 E12 Sedan 1977 was BMWs first-ever 5-Series vehicle, produced between 1977 and 1981. This four-door saloon featured a classic, timeless design with a well-proportioned, aerodynamic body shape. Its exterior styling was characterized by sharp, angular lines reinforced by sleek curves for a modern look. The E12 was built on a longer wheelbase than its predecessor, the E3, with an increased interior space for five passengers and their luggage. Powering the 528 E12 was a 2.8-liter inline-6 engine that produced 143bhp and 159 lb-ft of torque. The engine mated to either a 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission and offered drivers smooth shifting and a comfortable ride. The interior of the E12 featured comfortable seats, a full complement of gauges and controls, and a 3-spoke steering wheel. Notable features of the 528 E12 included a spacious trunk, adjustable seats with ample headroom for passengers of all sizes, and a sport-tuned suspension system. The exterior also featured a single-grille fascia which reduced drag on the vehicle and increased aerodynamic efficiency, along with stylish body panels in either metallic or bright paint finishes. The BMW 5-Series 528 E12 Sedan 1977 was a popular vehicle for both personal and business use, offering drivers a reliable and stylish option with plenty of performance and luxury-level features.
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