2014 BMW X5
38,996 Miles
$38,495

Mentor, OH
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2015 BMW X5
41,053 Miles
$40,571

Hamilton Township, NJ
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2013 BMW X5
52,273 Miles
$30,900

Huntington Station, NY
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2017 BMW X5
9,314 Miles
$52,900

Huntington Station, NY
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2015 BMW X5
41,697 Miles
$34,963

Irving, TX
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2013 BMW X5
79,197 Miles
$25,495

Palatine, IL
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2014 BMW X5
33,961 Miles
$45,762

Hamilton Township, NJ
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2015 BMW X5
47,573 Miles
$46,754

Glen Cove, NY
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2014 BMW X5
45,315 Miles
$43,500

Berkeley, CA
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2010 BMW X5
90,390 Miles
$14,999

Midland, TX
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2014 BMW X5
58,840 Miles
$38,494

Urbandale, IA
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2014 BMW X5
49,670 Miles
$38,995

Urbandale, IA
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2016 BMW X5
24,160 Miles

Madison, WI
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2014 BMW X5
60,866 Miles
$39,990

Madison, WI
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2014 BMW X5
49,495 Miles
$42,995

Urbandale, IA
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2016 BMW X5
6,683 Miles
$57,870

Madison, WI
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2013 BMW X5
58,640 Miles
$29,977

Naperville, IL
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2015 BMW X5
55,125 Miles
$36,995

Urbandale, IA
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2015 BMW X5
42,794 Miles
$40,492

Urbandale, IA
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2014 BMW X5
36,472 Miles
$41,394

Urbandale, IA
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BMW X5 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.3
Performance
4.6
Style
4.8
Comfort
4.8
Fuel Economy
3.2
Maintenance
3.7

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BMW X5 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 BMW X5 - Big, but still a Beamer

Plano, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
2.0
You don't really notice how big a X5 is until you see one up close. Seeing one on the road doesn't do it justice. It wasn't until we sized it up against its smaller brother, the X3, did we realize how large its presence actually is. The one we purchased, particularly the 4.8i trim just looks mean (in a good way). It stands out with the larger exhausts in the back (compared to the 3.0si), and the metallic brushed kidney grilles on the front. Because it was modified for 2007, the back taillights are more refined and not as bulky as they looked for the first generation vehicle. The exterior is fresh, the lines are good and it immediately comes off as a solid SUV, or as BMW calls it, SAV. Inside, the materials are everything you'd expect from BMW with the wood grain trim, leather seating, ... (more)
Story
It got rearended on an interstate highway in pouring rain in morning rush hour traffic and subsequently pushed into a trailer hitch of a Honda Pilot in front and the damage is relatively minimal. It clearly is a well-made vehicle and the fact that it withstood the crash and kept its occupant safe was a big plus.
Pros
Stylish exterior, stands out of the crowd, drives well, good handling. This trim had front and rear heated seats, as well as a heated steering wheel, back-up camera, navigation. Overall roominess of the vehicle.
Cons
All iDrive systems prior to 2009 are a little difficult to navigate, so it definitely takes some adapting and reading of the manual to figure out what all the system is capable of and where certain things are housed (e.g. vehicle locking preferences, clock hourly chime tone).

2016 BMW X5 - Potent and efficient engines; luxurious and comfortable interior; huge list of features; steadfast high-speed stability.

Sunnyvale, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Great gas mileage and road handling. Steering feel is a little bit vague compared to the older BMW's. But steering feel is still better than most other SUVs... other than the Cayenne. Tech package is great. Screen can't be stowed, but can be turned off. Lots of storage and the noise level is very quiet on the highway. Not a cheap car but you get what you pay for and it's definitely more reliable than the Porsche.
Story
Beautiful car, great ride, although you do feel bumps to a degree. Not as plush a ride as Lexus or Lincoln. Car not made for short people who are 5'1", but I can work around it. Car is my husband's car, and fits him well. Hard for me to see over high dash on driver's side, hard to get out of car without bruising back of calves (but salesman showed me the trick on how short people can get out m... (more)
Pros
Potent and efficient engines; luxurious and comfortable interior; huge list of features; steadfast high-speed stability.
Cons
Third-row seat is strictly for little kids; higher price than many competing luxury crossover SUVs.

2005 BMW X5 - Best SUV you can own

Hillsboro, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
Owning a BMW X5 is amazing! The build quality is top notch! I've owned this car for 3 years and have had minimal problem trips to the dealership! We've just recently hit the 100,000 mile marker and it's still going strong! They really set the bar high for this truck!
Story
Took it on a couple several state road trips and it was amazing! We've driven it through extreme heat and extreme cold and it's amazing how well it holds up!
Pros
Leather seats were a must and boy am I glad we have them! We have a toddler in a rear facing car seat and the seats get filthy! Thankfully, with leather it's an easy clean up! Having tan seats isn't too bad in the heat, either! We also have a panoramic sunroof, which goes from the front seat to the back seat, so even the rear passengers can see out the top! Let's talk storage room in the back of this thing! We can fit 1 large and 1 small dog kennel with room to spare!! I am amazed every time we travel at how much this truck can hold! There's this on board computer that actually tells you w... (more)
Cons
When something inevitably breaks on the car, it is usually expensive! Window regulators do break, it's a thing in all cars, but if you find a mechanic you can trust, maybe they can get it at a decent price and not break the bank!