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What you must know before buying the BMW X5
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  • Four-model range starts at $52,800; limited inventory
  • Gas/AWD models hard to find
  • Promotional lease and APR offers
  • Prices have gone up and should stay high

Four models, but not a lot of inventory:

BMW's X5 comes in four variations, offering choices of fuel types, engines and drivetrain layouts. The rear-wheel-drive sDrive35i has a beginning MSRP of $52,800. Above it in the model range is the all-wheel-drive xDrive35i, the diesel xDrive35d and the V8 xDrive50i. Unfortunately, dealers don't have high supplies of the vehicle.

Use a GPS:

If your local BMW dealership does happen to have an X5 in stock, it will probably be the xDrive35d oil-burner. Gas-powered X5s with all-wheel drive have proven hard to find.

Something of interest:

BMW usually doesn't offer cash rebates for the X5. Right now, it's offering 3.13-percent APR financing for 36 months on all four models in the range. The German automaker is also pushing 36-month leases, whose payments start at $679 for the sDrive35i and top out at $819 for the xDrive50i.

Staying up:

Prices for 2014 BMW X5s have increased in most regions and, unfortunately, they're likely to stay at this higher level into the near future.

Fortunately, BMW's special pricing, which it calls Build-Out Cash, and option credits are usually available on previous model year vehicles so that its dealers can more easily unload old inventory. Check one out for deals on 2013 X5s.

Four models, but not a lot of inventory:

BMW's X5 comes in four variations, offering choices of fuel types, engines and drivetrain layouts. The rear-wheel-drive sDrive35i has a beginning MSRP of $52,800. Above it in the model range is the all-wheel-drive xDrive35i, the diesel xDrive35d and the V8 xDrive50i. Unfortunately, dealers don't have high supplies of the vehicle.

Use a GPS:

If your local BMW dealership does happen to have an X5 in stock, it will probably be the xDrive35d oil-burner. Gas-powered X5s with all-wheel drive have proven hard to find.

Something of interest:

BMW usually doesn't offer cash rebates for the X5. Right now, it's offering 3.13-percent APR financing for 36 months on all four models in the range. The German automaker is also pushing 36-month leases, whose payments start at $679 for the sDrive35i and top out at $819 for the xDrive50i.

Staying up:

Prices for 2014 BMW X5s have increased in most regions and, unfortunately, they're likely to stay at this higher level into the near future.

Fortunately, BMW's special pricing, which it calls Build-Out Cash, and option credits are usually available on previous model year vehicles so that its dealers can more easily unload old inventory. Check one out for deals on 2013 X5s.

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ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
xDrive35i$68936$4,414$58,725