Since its debut, we have wished that the new BMW 5 Series Touring G31 will hit the US market. It's such a good looking car and is probably the best variant of the 5 Series. In fact, the BMW 540i Touring could be the perfect everyday car. Now there is a new Challenger for the 5 Series Touring and it looks damn good – the Audi A6 Avant . Let's see which is the better looking car of the two.
From the front, it's really hard to call in. Both are really good looking cars, both have aggressive front bezels (with the 5 series in M Sport trim, the Audi A6 has this face as standard) and both have very large grills.While looks subjective and you may have a different opinion, I personally personally like the Audi A6 better in front, but it The Difference Maker for me is the hood, its folds are so sharp that you could cut on them – this is really true for all Audis, because Audi makes incredible metal embossing.
Inside, the Audi A6 begins to fight back. The 5 Series has a nice interior, but does not look as chic as the Audi A6. It has a really nice MMI infotainment system with dual touch screen that works better than we expected (though we parked it only during the car history), great looking ambient lighting on both sides of the center console and probably the best digital Instrument panel in the shop. I'm also a big fan of four-spoke steering wheels and I miss them because it looks like every car in the world now has a three-spoke steering wheel. Both cars are great inside, and both have incredible build qualities. But I give the Audi the head for a chic, modern styling. But it is close. Overall, I honestly do not know which one to choose. I like the 5 Series Touring outside, but I like the interior of the Audi A6 Avant better. It's really hard to decide. I think, unfairly, I have to choose the 5 Series Touring. I know it's a great car to drive so I know I would love to own it. However, we have not driven the new Audi A6 yet, so I can not say it's worse. It is only unknown. And on this really unfair bomb wins the BMW 5 Series Touring.
[Source: BimmerToday ]