BMW 525I Car/Truck Body Parts
The BMW is a very classy car, and like any car it has had body changes over the years. From the curvier look of the 1995 BMW 525i, to the boxier look of the 1995 BMW 325i, read along and see how the BMW 5-series have changed over the past ten years.
In 1995, the BMW 525i sedan was actually what we would consider more of a station wagon. In that year BMW did away with the trunk of the 5-series cars and added a hatch at the back. They also made the front of the car have a curvier look, adding a grille that was more rounded and kidney shaped. The bumper and under part of the front of the car were also the color of the body on these models. By the year 2000, many changes had taken place on the BMW 525i. The most noticeable change to the average person is that the car lost the boxy look it had held over the past few years, and became a much curvier car. The grille became two small kidney shaped areas surrounding the BMW logo as opposed to the 1995 model which had one large grille with the logo on it. In 2004, the BMW Company remodeled the look of the BMW 525i. This look is evident on the 2004-present day models. These models are larger than the previous cars and also sport an even curvier front end than the previous models.
We pride ourselves in knowing the history and styles of the BMW; we are familiar with the body style changes and often are asked by our customers to help with their 525i needs. No matter the question, we have the answer, and in most circumstances, we have the part.