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2019 - 2025 BMW X5

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The 2025 BMW X5 arrives with a new feature for its optional Highway Assist hands-free driver-assist system. The midsize SUV gains a new lane-change assist system that relies on the movement of the driver's eyes to complete a lane change. Beyond this new feature, the 2025 X5 arrives without any major changes. BMW offers the 2025 X5 in four trims: sDrive40i, xDrive40i, xDrive50e, and M60i. X5 pricing ranges from $66,695 to $90,995. The 2025 BMW X5 is available with three different engines. Thing... Read more

2014 - 2018 BMW X5

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When launched, the BMW X5 ushered in a new era for the German automaker, providing drivers with a sporty ride, premium comfort, and the most versatile body in the automaker's history. Since its inception, the X5 has evolved its balance of performance and luxury to become a leader in the midsize SUV segment. The 2018 X5 comes with only minor updates over the previous year. New optional features on the xDrive 35i, xDrive 35d, and xDrive 50i models include 21-inch M-branded wheels with performanc... Read more

2007 - 2013 BMW X5

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BMW took a huge risk in 2000, as it chose to dip its proverbial toes into the SUV pool by releasing the X5. This model afforded customers an alternative to big and bulky SUVs that were simply wrapped in a nice tuxedo, like the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator. The X5 combined SUV performance with the refinement that BMW buyers expected. This tradition carries on as the X5 journeys into the 2013 model year. Read more

2000 - 2006 BMW X5

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The X5 seats five passengers and has handy SUV amenities like a dual opening top and bottom tailgate. It comes in three trims: 3.0i, 4.4i, and 4.8is. The 3.0i comes with a 225 hp 3.0-liter inline-six cylinder. The 4.4i comes with a 315 hp 4.4-liter V-8. The 4.8is comes with a 355 hp 4.8-liter V-8. All the engine combinations come with a six-speed manual. A five-speed automatic transmission can be put in the 3.0i. The 4.4i and 4.8i come only with a six-speed automatic. All models are all-wheel drive and come with Hill Descent Control. Standard safety features include stability control, antilock... Read more

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