Very nice and comfortable car Best price you can get on carwale Extremely happy with the purchase It goes 0-60 in about 7-8 seconds Nic trims Nice ground clearance The audio...
|Price|| 72.9 Lakhs onwards|
|Mileage|| 13.38 kmpl|
|Engine|| 2993 cc|
BMW X5 Review
he fourth-generation BMW X5 has been launched in India with more features and equipment as compared to its predecessor. The SUV is available in three variants – Sport, xLine and M Sport. Currently, it is available in xDrive 30d Sport and xDrive 30d xLine variant, while the xDrive40i M Sport variant will be introduced later this year.
The fourth-generation BMW X5 has been launched in India with more features and equipment as compared to its predecessor. The SUV is available in three variants – Sport, xLine and M Sport. Currently, it is available in xDrive 30d Sport and xDrive 30d xLine variant, while the xDrive40i M Sport variant will be introduced later this year.
The new X5 is based on the CLAR platform, the SUV is now longer by 36mm measuring 4,922mm in length, width is up by 66mm to 2,004 mm and height by 19mm to 1,745mm. The wheelbase has been extended by 42mm to 2,975mm. BMW’s iconic Kidney grille on the new X5 is larger than before, lending it an imposing character. The sleek LED headlamps are newly designed and have the BMW Laser light with adaptive LED signature. The front bumper gets large air vents surrounded by black inserts. The taillights are sleek and have a 3D lighting signature.
The cabin has been furnished along the lines of all new generation BMWs. There’s a 12.3-inch floating infotainment touchscreen, horizontal centre console and now a fully-digital instrument cluster called the BMW Live Cockpit Professional display. The updated iDrive now supports a customisable display, touchscreen panel and gesture/voice commands. The cabin comes with standard leather upholstery, multifunction seats, four-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, dynamic ambient lighting, passenger screens and wireless charging. The X5 also debuts the newly designed glass gear-selector lever.
Mechanically, the new-gen X5 is only available with a diesel engine at the moment, which will later be joined by a petrol motor as well. The xDrive30d has the same old 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six diesel producing 261.5bhp and 620Nm, but now this motor is compliant with the BS-VI emission norms. The X5 xDrive40i will be introduced with a 335bhp/450Nm of peak torque. The eight-speed Steptronic transmission and xDrive all-wheel-drive come as standard.
BMW X5 Colours
X5 is available/sold in the following colours in India.
X5 Specifications Summary
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The new BMW X5 xDrive 30d is currently available in two trims – Sport and xLine