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Site currently being updated.Overall this model has an NGC rating of 82 and is not one of the greenest used models in the suv class. Service (by appointment only) 7:30am - 6pm Monday through Friday. To schedule a sales appointment, call (646) 557-3700. For parts, please call (212) 314-9710 It offers outstanding performance, a truly luxurious interior that’s not only comfortable but has plenty of space for drivers and passengers alike.While it’s an SUV so it doesn’t get the kind of mileage a compact car does, the X5 is respectable for a vehicle of its size. Let’s look at the BMW X5 miles per gallon, its EPA-estimated fuel economy, its engine choices and where you can find one to test drive and take home today. Every new model year brings an evolution to the prior year, keeping up with all the best SUVs out there, and consistently cementing its place as one of the most comfortable and luxurious crossovers out there. BMW will need to do all it can to remain competitive, but it knows its market sector and it knows how to deliver. The base model gets 18 mpg city and 25 highway for a combined 21 mpg. The 35d engine delivers 25 mpg combined; 23 in the city and 29 on the highway. 40e hybrid models are estimated to get 56 mpg equivalent in gas and electric mode, and 24 mpg in gas only mode. Finally, the 50i model is expected to put out 15 mpg in the city and 21 on the highway, for a combined 17 mpg. Give us a call or stop into our showroom to check out our inventory and take a test drive today! Contact us and we’ll answer any questions you may have about this or any other vehicle in inventory I understand that my consent is not required as a condition of purchase and that I can revoke my consent at any time. My carrier wireless and text message fees may apply. I will contact the dealer directly to provide reasonable notice if I no longer wish to receive automated calls or texts.http://jungam21.com/upfiles/1633745230.xml

There are a couple engines to choose from, with each one offering impressive power and fuel economy ratings. Overall, this vehicle will give you the performance you need for long drives around Stratham, Portsmouth, and Exeter. Read through our informative guide, then contact BMW of Stratham to experience this SUV’s impressive fuel economy for yourself. Then the second one is for the 4.4L TwinPower Turbo V8 engine. One of them is an Auto Start Stop function, which shuts the engine off when you come to a complete stop—helping you to save fuel. As soon as you let your foot off the brake, the car will turn back on in a seamless fashion. In fact, you’ll get the power you need to handle any driving scenario with ease. This engine churns out 456 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque and can help the X5 go from 0-60 MPH in just 4.6 seconds. This component has a wider ratio spread and new control electronics to give the powertrain even more efficiency. It’s sure-footed and agile, while also having a taut suspension that keeps body roll in check. One of them is an available Dynamic Damper Control. It’ll instantly adjust the shock absorbers from their softest to firmest settings. Therefore, you can choose a ride that’s smooth and comfortable for cruising, or one that’s sporty and firm for a more spirited drive. This is thanks to a performance-elevating Active Roll Stabilization. It incorporates electric swivel motors to generate a stronger resistance to body roll. This intelligent all-wheel drive (AWD) system can split torque among the front and rear wheels with great precision and speed. It’ll do this before wheel slip occurs to help keep you on your intended path. Then, when AWD isn’t needed, the system can shift 100% of the power to the rear wheels for added efficiency. Schedule a test drive at BMW of Stratham today! Please fill out this form and we will get in touch with you shortly.http://www.jurymarudeejay.com/public/blog/bmw-325-tds-manual-download.xml

I understand that my consent is not required as a condition of purchase and that I can revoke my consent at any time. The X5's high-speed stability is spectacular -- almost as if it was designed by engineers used to driving on unlimited Autobahns. The driving position is excellent. The seats provide good thigh support, something many manufacturers neglect. And the iPod integration is easy to operate. So that's one iDrive-based feature that's not infuriating to use.So we averaged somewhere in the mid 70-mph range. The X5 returned 17.6 mpg in all highway driving (with a few assorted full-throttle, on-ramp accelerations thrown in). It's not the most efficient way to travel, particularly for one guy and one bag, but it surely is a satisfying way to. It is greatly preferable to riding on an air bus. -- Daniel Pund, Senior Editor, Detroit at 26,201 miles See full article and comment. At some points, vision was down to a few car lengths and the interstate was pure white, especially in Michigan, where they seemed to have parked the plows. Damnbudget cuts.And very often I was cruising with the X5's six-speed transmission in 4th or 5th gear so I would be able to use engine braking and not just the brakes, should I need to slow or stop. I also counted 18 cars and trucks off in the ditch, ranging from four-wheel-drive pickups to Peterbilts and one lone Porsche. And one time, deep in Michigan, a guy in an almost new Jag S-Type spun right in front of me. Miraculously he didn't hit anything, but I'm sure he had to change his panties.I was wired. Six-hundred miles in a snowstorm really forces you to be alert. I didn't even blink east of Chicago. I wolfed down a beer and a burger before my adrenaline simmered down.If you haven't road-tripped in a while, get out there. And don't wimp out and take the southern route.I spent three days essentially locked behind the wheel of the X5, only stopping for gas, bladder relief and the occasional photo.It wasn't me. I swear.

Aside from a few days of my basic 8 mile (each way) commute, the mileage was accumulated on two family road trips.To get there you run about 85 miles or so of freeway and 35 miles of twisting and turning mountain roads. The second trip was from West Los Angeles to Monterey, California about 350 miles due north, and it can be as much freeway and as much two lane as you want, depending on how much day you want to eat on the journey. After that much time in the X5 I'm sold on BMW's now larger sport utitlity. It's fast, comfortable and just spacious enough for the Oldham clan to pile in. It's also really fast on a mountain road. In the BMW tradition is offers far more grip, grunt and brakes than my family would allow me to use on the twisty bits. And it cruises at 100 mph like a German sports sedan. I'm also amazed at the X5's high comfort. I spent seven hours in it yesterday driving home from Monterey. We took the long way, hitting Highway 1 down to Big Sur before taking Highway 46 east to the 101 south. Even after all that, I arrived home ready for more. No backache. No buttache. No numb legs. My wife and kids too.Oh yeah, pack your gas card baby. Still, no Buick Enclave will ever be this much fun.The 200-mile round trip to mom's house on Sunday required 12.5 gallons of gas. That's 16mpg for the mathematically challenged.But many less expensive SUVs cost just as much to fill up.Edmunds has a handy tool called TCO, True Cost to Own.Of course, it can't predict your exact costs but it can give you a good idea of vehicle affordability.Are you driving less. Driving more conservatively. It's offered in four configurations. The BMW sDrive35i and xDrive35i are rear- or all-wheel-drive options, respectively, and both have a six-cylinder engine. The all-wheel-drive xDrive35d is powered by a six-cylinder diesel engine, while the all-wheel-drive xDrive50i has a gas-powered V-8. All models are turbocharged and include an eight-speed automatic transmission.

However, in cargo room, the Land Rover LR4, Mercedes-Benz ML350 and Jeep Grand Cherokee all offer more space than the X5. The Land Rover LR4 surpasses all other stated competitors in off-road ability, and it has a lower price than the X5. Upgrading to the xDrive35d adds a 255-hp, turbo-diesel 3.0-liter six-cylinder and all-wheel drive. A 445-hp, turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 gas engine and all-wheel drive are included in the xDrive50i. All models include an eight-speed automatic transmission. When coasting or braking, a standard brake energy regeneration system stores kinetic energy as electricity in a larger-than-normal battery. An adaptive suspension, active roll stabilization and active steering systems are available. Standard safety features include front and rear parking sensors, active front head restraints, side curtain airbags, side-impact airbags for the front seats and a BMW Assist emergency communication system with a 10-year subscription. Available features include a backup camera, surround-view camera system, night vision with pedestrian detection, and lane departure and blind spot warning systems. However, adding a backup camera and leather upholstery require an upgrade, as neither are included standard. In line with Cars.com's long-standing ethics policy, editors and reviewers don't accept gifts or free trips from automakers. The Editorial department is independent of Cars.com's advertising, sales and sponsored content departments. I love the performance, the way it handles and of course the way it looks. The infotainment system is so. Read full reviewGreat value for the money. I purchased this car after it was leased and have owned it ever since. A definite steal for the cost. Read full reviewThat’s why,.Most policies exclude regular maintenance like fluid top offs and oil changes, but a few brands have separate free-maintenance provisions, and those that do offer them is slowly rising.

Bumper-to-bumper warranties typically expire faster than powertrain warranties. It typically covers just the engine and transmission, along with any other moving parts that lead to the wheels, like the driveshaft and constant velocity joints. Some automakers also bundle seat belts and airbags into their powertrain warranties. With a few exceptions, powertrain warranties don't cover regular maintenance like engine tuneups and tire rotations. These programs cover anything from flat-tire changes and locksmith services to jump-starts and towing. Few reimburse incidental costs like motel rooms (if you have to wait for repairs). Some include consumables including brake pads and windshield wipers; others do not. They are typically for the first couple of years of ownership of a new car. While dealers and third parties certify cars, the gold standard is an automaker-certified vehicle that provides a factory-backed warranty, often extending the original coverage. Vehicles must be in excellent condition and have low miles and wear to be certified, which is why off-lease vehicles feed many CPO programs. The BMW X5 xDrive40e, a plug-in petrol-electric hybrid BMW SUV, is the result of combining these two trends. The X5 xDrive40e has full hybrid drive, with permanent torque vectoring to all four wheels. It can drive at speeds of up to 75mph on electric power, and has an electric range of around 19 miles. Other than the electric motor and battery, the xDrive40e is virtually identical to a regular X5, apart from slightly less luggage space. So it’s functional, spacious, comfortable and luxurious on the inside, and it looks good on the outside, complete with M Sport body kit on our test car. Even with its 20-inch alloys, from certain angles the rear wheels still look as though they’re too small compared with the bulky bodywork that sits over the rear arches.

BMW X5 xDrive40e DRIVING EXPERIENCE Before you go anywhere in the BMW X5 xDrive40e it’s worthwhile familiarising yourself with all the settings. There’s an eDrive button giving you the options of AUTO eDrive, MAX eDrive and SAVE Battery. And you get paddles behind the thick M Sport steering wheel so you can change gear manually. All the above options mean that there really is a drive setting for all occasions. So what is the X5 xDrive40e like to drive. Assuming that it’s been charged, then driving an X5 in full EV mode is an excellent novelty. Even though we spend much of our lives driving various vehicles with full EV capability, including other BMW and BMW i models, it still feels futuristic to glide around town silently in an X5. In pure EV mode, like most other EVs, the X5 is quiet, refined and responsive. The X5 is also quiet, refined and extremely comfortable on motorway journeys, despite its huge 315 35 R20 low profile tyres, which should ruin the ride and generate lots of noise, but don’t. The X5 was also 100% capable with light off-roading duties. Ensuring there is sufficient battery capacity for off-road work means that there is lots of torque, and the electric motors allow more controlled throttle response. And off-roading in near silence means that you can hear the interaction between the tyres and the surface, which is always helpful. So far, so good. But there’s an elephant in the room. Or more accurately there’s an elephant sitting on our drive. It’s called the BMW X5 xDrive40e and it weighs 2230kg. At 2230kg, with a large, high body and associated aerodynamic challenges, the laws of physics mean that the X5 xDrive40e is always going to struggle to feel responsive, sporty and efficient. Even in Sport mode, there isn’t much kick-down from the transmission; you get a bit more response if you change gear manually and hold the car in gear. But the car isn’t in its comfort zone when driving like this.

The good news is that thanks to the X5’s weight it has a towing capacity of 2700 kg. And a clearer indication showing when the car is driving on electric power would be good (rather than the rev counter just being at zero). We’ll tell you what we achieved in real-life in a moment, but if you were to buy this car, you could average anything between 25mpg and 250mpg depending on how much of your driving was done on electric power. Most mornings after charging, the instrument panel displayed a range of between 16-18 miles (a 100% charge should take less than three hours at 3.5 kW). Some days we were able to drive less than 15 miles and recharge, and we didn’t use any petrol. However around 80% of our driving is typically on motorways, and 16 miles of battery capacity doesn’t go very far on long motorway journeys. PRICE AND MODEL RANGE The BMW X5 xDrive40e MSport costs ?55,925. Apart from this petrol-electric plug-in hybrid powertrain option, you can choose from diesels: 25d, 30d, 40d, M50d; or the petrol 50i. Most X5s are four-wheel drive xDrive, but you can have two-wheel drive sDrive. In terms of trim levels, the choice is SE or M Sport. Our week with the X5 involved too many long journeys to stand any chance of recording a decent overall fuel economy figure. However we recently ran a long-term Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV for 6 months and due to having other vehicles available for longer journeys it was used primarily for journeys within its electric range, with occasional longer trips. After 6 months we averaged 80.7mpg. The BMW X5 xDrive40e could deliver a similar economy figure. However it would have to be driven less than 15 miles between charges most of the time, with just occasional longer journeys. In our view, there are few people in the UK who would pay ?55,925 for a BMW X5 and primarily drive it less than 15 miles per journey. Therefore for most people the X5 with BMW’s excellent 3-litre diesel engine is probably the one to go for.

However if you do genuinely want an X5 for primarily urban driving then the X5 xDrive40e will be much better for local air quality than the diesel. Our concern is that business buyers will be attracted to the X5 xDrive40e due to its favourable 13% BIK rate, but will then drive it up and down the nation’s motorways, chewing up lots of petrol and emitting lots of CO2. The BMW X5 xDrive40e is certainly a feat of engineering, but we imagine it won’t suit most people’s usage patterns in the UK; it gains a Green Car Guide rating of 8 out of 10.All Rights Reserved. A long list of features and amenities — from a V8 engine and massaging seats to semi-autonomous driving — will please a variety of desires. If you regularly plan to seat more than five passengers, you’re better off waiting for the larger, 3-row BMW X7, which will offer more room in the last row. It has been overhauled with more technology, more sophisticated driving features, and slightly larger dimensions. For the first time in an X model, an off-road package is offered. The X5 continues to be built at BMW’s massive factory in South Carolina. Now in its fourth generation, this German luxury SUV improves with more technology, enhanced safety and driver-assistance features, more power and slightly larger dimensions. For the first time in its nearly 20 years of existence, the BMW X5 is available with an off-road package and 2-axle air suspension that emphasize its new, more rugged capabilities. BMW faithful will be relieved to know that it has lost none of its athletic nature and sports-sedan-like performance that set it apart from rivals like the Acura MDX, Lexus RX and Mercedes-Benz GLE.Turns out there’s truth to that whole SAV — “Sports Activity Vehicle” — nomenclature after all. For this latest version of BMW’s midsize-crossover SUV, these truths remain, and then some. Even in base form with a turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine, the X5 is quick, nimble, involving and fun.

It is one of the most satisfying crossover SUVs money can buy. Stats back up the story, with 0-60 mph arriving in just 5.3 seconds. Step up to the big-dog V8, and you might feel drunk with power. That 0-60 sprint is cut to just 4.6 seconds, and you’ll be treated to an addicting engine note. Various drive modes, from the efficiency-minded Eco Pro to the dynamic Sport Plus, make a real difference in driving feel. The new X5’s on-road dynamics don’t come as a surprise. What does is its newfound off-road prowess. When optioned with the off-road package, the X5 is suited up with 2-axle air suspension that can raise and lower the vehicle, and multiple terrain modes for surfaces such as sand, snow, rocks and gravel. Where the old model didn’t quite have the ground clearance to deal with much beyond dirt roads, the new X5 is surprisingly adept at clambering up and down steep hills and getting over obstacles. It’s still no Land Rover Discovery, but it will go farther than most owners will ever care to take it. But the X5’s new air suspension also pays off on the road, where it grants compliant manners, or when parked, where it can lower the vehicle for easier loading and unloading.They are best only for small children or occasional use. Otherwise, the rest of the X5’s interior is roomy in the first and second rows. Up front, the X5 has the usual BMW character of being elegant yet clean, sophisticated and relatively minimal. The central dash is wide and horizontally arranged. A 10.2-inch high-resolution touch screen sits prominently in the center, and the new X5 now uses a fully digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster in place of a traditional analog setup. The front seats are exceptionally comfortable. We recommend opting for the Multi-contour variety.Compared to the 3rd-generation model, the new, 4th-gen X5 is slightly larger. Overall length has increased just over an inch, but its width has grown by an extra 2.6 inches.

An extra inch in height also adds to the new X5’s beefier profile, as does the signature twin-kidney grille that has also grown since the last model. The rest of the X5 is all BMW — stylish but not ostentatious, with clean and crisp design that we think will hold up well in the years to come. The X5’s wheels range in size from the standard 19 inches to optional 22-inch rollers. Apple CarPlay integration is standard, but Android Auto compatibility remains elusive to BMW. Standard safety systems include the Active Driving Assistant that bundles pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and frontal collision warning with automatic emergency braking. For example, genuine leather, vs.Thankfully, BMW bundles much of the good stuff into “tiers,” including features like soft-close doors, 4-zone climate control, surround-view camera, wireless phone charging and mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, and even “Laserlight” LED headlights. The Driving Assistance Plus Package adds semi-autonomous driving features like adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, active lane-keep assist, and the innovative Traffic Jam Assist that allows the X5 to drive itself at lower speeds. Other amenities range from heated and cooled cup holders to lovely-looking glass console controls to massaging seats and the off-road package. Standard is a turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine, designated as the xDrive40i model, that makes 335 horsepower. It’s a fantastic engine and will be more than most buyers even need. We found it’s so good that you might just think it’s an 8-cylinder. If that’s really what you’re after, one is available, in the 456-horsepower twin-turbo V8 used in the xDrive50i. Both models have all-wheel drive standard and are connected to an 8-speed automatic transmission. As of now, a new diesel X5 isn’t in the cards. The 2020 BMW X5, however, will be available as a plug-in hybrid called the xDrive45e iPerformance.

Both of the current models are rated to tow up to 7,200 pounds.Keep in mind that’s for a base xDrive40i, and that prices can quickly balloon with options. At these prices, the X5 is priced at a premium above rivals like the Audi Q7, Lexus RX, Acura MDX, Volvo XC90 and Infiniti QX60. It’s also starts higher than the new Range Rover Velar, but slightly below the Range Rover Sport and Porsche Cayenne. Before buying your next luxury SUV, check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying. The X5’s resale value has traditionally held up respectably well, though its residuals aren’t as high as those of the class-leading Lexus RX. What’s for sale near me. I’m interested in this car, and I’d like to trade in my current car while I’m at it. Then again, maybe I should be thinking about a used X5. I kept it, it has 170k miles on it, runs like a top. This new 2020 x5 is awesome - comfortable - tremendous flat screen display - lots of options - apple car play - voice and gesture activated - heads up display - remote start - BMW quality - BMW engine - Smooth acceleration, and braking - lighting - accents - so far I haven't found anything that I want that it doesn't have - BMW knows how to design and manufacture automobiles Value Performance Quality Comfort Reliability Styling 9 1 Was this review helpful. If you need a roomy, useful 3rd-row seat, a larger Mercedes-Benz GL or Infiniti QX80 might be worth a look. Video Walkaround Test Drive at Home Local Home Delivery Find out about Dealer Home Services Search Available Vehicles Advertisement Cars You May Like We've rounded up cars that could be your perfect match. However, there’s no denying the X5 places a big emphasis on the “sport” part of sport-utility vehicle, offering an impressive lineup that includes a plug-in hybrid, diesel model and high-performance M variant. Though it has grown slightly in size, the X5 remains manageable and delivers big in the areas of room, economy and performance.

While it certainly is the master of the paved road, the pricey X5 still takes a back seat to such off-road champs as the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Land Rover Range Rover Sport. The entry-level X5 sDrive35i is the only model powered by its rear wheels (RWD); all others employ all-wheel drive (AWD), and its turbocharged inline-6 can move it to 60 mph in less than seven seconds. Heck, you can get more torque and pulling power with nearly identical acceleration plus better fuel economy in the X5 xDrive35d turbodiesel. No matter which model you choose, all X5 models deliver excellent handling on both wet and dry pavement, although sometimes at the expense of a comfortable ride. The large screen makes it easy to find and activate various icons, not to mention delivering a razor-sharp image when hooked up to the available rearview camera. If you’re the type who loves to tackle tight turns and feel like you are one with the car, the X5’s direct steering feel and immediate feedback are addicting. A 3rd-row seat is optional and increases passenger count by two, but room in that last row is very tight. Legroom is good in the first two rows, and the front seats are comfortable and spacious, even for adults with large frames. BMW’s latest iDrive with touch-pad controller is easier to figure out, and the main controls for climate and audio are fairly intuitive. Poplar wood trim adds warmth to the cabin. It turned out to be an illusion, and a good one. Though dimensionally the same size as the last generation, the 2016 X5’s fresh design makes it appear sleeker and less bloated. Pragmatically, the X5 comes with roof rails and a 2-section tailgate. Making the list are 10-way-power and heated front seats, a panoramic moonroof, navigation with a 10.2-inch high-res screen, a power tailgate, power-adjustable steering column, 9-speaker audio system with HD Radio, and xenon adaptive headlights. Unexpectedly, leather seating and a rearview camera cost extra.

The top-line X5 xDrive50i models add the leather and rearview camera along with 19-inch wheels and luxurious, 20-way-power front seats.The first two bundle aesthetic upgrades and 19-inch wheels, while the M Sport adds performance-oriented features such as steering-wheel-mounted gear shifters and launch control for high-speed takeoffs.Fossil-fuel-only models include a gasoline- or diesel-powered inline-6, and two V8s offering 445 horsepower (xDrive50i) and 567 horsepower (X5 M). The X5 xDrive40e uses a 2.0-liter turbo-4 mated to an integrated electric motor for a system output of 308 horsepower. All have a slick-shifting 8-speed automatic transmission. The system is quick to restart the engine once you lift your foot off the brake pedal, but we found ourselves just as quickly disabling this function due to its intrusiveness when abruptly roaring the engine to life. X5 models with gasoline engines require premium-grade fuel. Adding options can swell these prices by thousands. Coming in several thousand below the X5 are the Audi Q7, Infiniti QX60 and QX70, Acura MDX, Lexus RX and Porsche Cayenne. Before buying, check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying. The X5’s predicted resale value is expected to remain very good, on par with Audi Q7 and Porsche Cayenne, better than the Land Rover but still behind the Lexus RX. Knowing I was getting an older vehicle with the 2015 diesel options I had a few hesitations, but was pleasantly surprised. It had around 32,000 miles on it and I had only intended to keep it until I found another Macan, but quickly became used to having more space, and the drive of the diesel is amazing. The only flaw I would point out is it is definitely a rougher ride than the Macan and the Karman Harden sound system does not compare to Porsches Bose. It is sti ll a good sound system though. I do have the heads up display which works amazing with the navigation system.

The blind spot monitoring system I find to not be as effective as other vehicles I have owned with blind spot. It needs to be more sensitive. The handling of this vehicle is one of the most secure vehicles I have ever driven whether it be rain, snow, sun, corners, anything. I feel extremely comfortable and secure on the road. It handles like a dream, just wish it was a little bit smoother. Gas mileage on the diesel is KILLER. When I travel the tank has over 750 miles until empty. On day to day driving I get around 680 miles per tank of gas. This is the first diesel I have ever owned and feel like I will search for diesel vehicles after owning this car. Its absolutely my favorite part of it. I have even towed our 21' boat with it and though the suspension is gone with that much weight, it tows like a dream. This is rare as we have a 2020 power wagon for towing, I have only towed the boat twice with this car. Read less Value Performance Quality Comfort Reliability Styling 0 0 Was this review helpful. Poor quality seats with difficult ergonomics I'm switching to Mercedez, this vehicle is designed with a wide door sill with a low door header, also has running board option. To step out I need to bend my head down and step over door sill to get out. I've painfully crooked my neck several times and my wife has nearly slid and fell more than once trying to exit the vehicle. The control panel on the side of the seat comes off and lays on the floor, BMW seems to be unable to fix after the 4th time. Unfortunately these are important driver features that I can't just ignore. The BMW X5 3.0i belongs to the E53 range of cars from BMW. It is powered by a naturally aspirated engine of 3 litre capacity. This unit features double overhead camshaft valve gear, 6 cylinder layout, and 4 valves per cylinder. This power is supplied to the wheels via a 5 speed manual transmission. The stated kerb weight is 2070 kg.