When it comes down to tuning cars, the BMW branded vehicles are by far the leaders in the top of the most tuned cars. There are plenty of tuning companies that have created upgrading packages for BMWs. Some of the most successful packages come from Germany and this is no surprise. JMS is one of the most well-known tuning firms, with over 35 dealerships all over the world and with over 150 brands in its portfolio. The latest program they have developed is for the BMW 5 Series.
JMS worked on the wagon version of the BMW 5 Series this time. The tuning package contains a new front spoiler that costs 379 Euros and a set of side skirts. The elements can be installed using the original mounting points of the facelifted 5 Series model that appeared in 2014. Besides the body kit, JMS can also equip the wagon with a set of 20-inch Oxigin 18 concave wheels wrapped in performance rubbers, which cost 2,699 Euros. The 2014 BMW 5 Series by JMS has been brought closer to the ground by 55 mm at the front and by 45 mm at the rear thanks to a lowering module.
The BMW 5 Series is also equipped with a KW coilover Version 3 suspension kit, which will get out of the client’s pocket some extra 1,929 Euros. The new JMS 2014 BMW 5 Series facelift is also fitted with a reprogrammed ECU that improves the car's throttle response as well as a sport exhaust system. Well, you do the summing and see how much the entire kit costs.
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