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launch four years ago. Yet despite this success, BMW has just released a revised version of its all conquering saloon.With updates inside and out, plus better efficiency, the latest 5 Series aims to increase its advantage over rivals. As before, it comes with a wide range of petrol and diesel engines, plus the option of a practical Touring estate. We test a saloon in popular 520d M Sport trim.Yet the 5 Series isn't the only premium four door that's been under the knife, because earlier this year Mercedes pulled the wraps off its heavily revised E Class. With its fresh looks and upgraded engines, this latest model promises to be more desirable and efficient than ever, particularly in E220 CDI guise. Not to be overlooked, Jaguar has subtly tweaked its stylish XF. At the heart of the changes is a more efficient version of the brand's 2.2 litre diesel, which now emits a company car tax busting 129g/km.Head to head: EnginesThese three cars all try to balance sports saloon performance and tax busting running costs. The BMW comes closest to pulling it off, with its smooth, punchy power delivery, low emissions and 46mpg test fuel economy. What the Jag lacks in efficiency it makes up for with effortless pace, although this is largely down to its eight speed auto's closely stacked ratios. The Mercedes is the gruffest performer here and barely any less thirsty than the XF.Company car costsIf you want to minimise your Benefit In Kind company car tax bills, the BMW 5 Series Nike Air Vapormax Grey Red

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is still the top choice. An S Class inspired nose and more rounded edges give it a fresher look, although it's still a little straight laced. The fact that BMW has barely altered the 5 Series speaks volumes about the original design. It's sporty and well proportioned, and still looks great. However, neither of these cars can match the seductive Jaguar when it comes to head turning kerb appeal.Result: 1st place: BMW 5 SeriesBlink and you'll miss the changes to the 5 Series, but that doesn't stop it taking victory here. Not only is it great to drive and fairly inexpensive to run, it features a top notch interior and is superbly refined. It's also roomy, well equipped and beautifully built. It'll take a special car to knock the BMW off the top. Despite its size and weight, the 520d returned 46mpg in its time with us. That's nearly 10mpg up on both rivals. Alongside our 520d, plus the familiar 525d, 530d Nike Air Vapormax Laceless Pure Platinum and 535d diesels, there's now an entry level 518d. Petrol fans can pick from the four cylinder 520i and 528i, and the straight six 535i and 550i. There's also the sizzling M5, with its twin turbo V8.2nd place: Jaguar XFIt's a close contest between the Mercedes and Jaguar. In the final reckoning, though, the XF has the edge with its sleek style, cosseting interior and gutsy engine. It's not as roomy or efficient as its rivals, but the upper crust Jag makes every journey feel special. It's great value, too. Plus, owners not only give Jaguar brand and dealers the thumbs up in our Driver Power satisfaction survey; those running an XF love their cars, and the big saloon finished in the top three in Driver Power 2013.3rd place: Mercedes E ClassDespite its comprehensive makeover, the E Class still looks a little old fashioned alongside the Jag and BMW. Few cars in this class can match the Mercedes for comfort, plus the automatic box is really slick but not even this can compensate for the gruff diesel engine. Mercedes has simplified the E Class line up, offering only SE and AMG Sport trims. The E220, E250 and E350 diesels are joined by the E300 Nike Air Vapormax Mesh

diesel electric hybrid, with petrol options limited to the 2.0 litre E250 and wild E63 AMG.

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