New BMW X5 lands with three new engines and prices starting from $82,900.
The latest BMW SUV has arrived in Australia and is offering a sweeping array of configurations.
For the first time ever the model is even being offered as a 2WD and there’s now four-cylinder diesel variants on offer too.
And it doesn’t stop there, the new X5 xDrive35i and X5 xDrive40d are also set to hit BMW dealerships soon.
2014 BMW X5 line-up:
- X5 sDrive25d – 2.5 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 160kW and 450Nm, fuel consumption 5.8L/100kms and rear-wheel drive.
- X5 xDrive25d– 2.5 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 160kW and 450Nm, fuel consumption 6.0L/100kms.
- X5 xDrive30d – 3.0 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 190kW and 560Nm, fuel consumption 6.2L/100kms.
- X5 xDrive40d – 3.0 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 230kW and 630Nm, fuel consumption 6.2L/100kms.
- X5 xDrive35i – 3.5 litre turbo-charged six-cylinder producing 225kW and 440Nm, fuel consumption 8.5L/100kms.
- X5 xDrive50i – 4.4 litre turbo-charged V8 petrol producing 330kW and 650Nm, fuel consumption 10.5L/100kms.
- X5 M50d – 3.0 litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel producing 280kW and 740Nm, fuel consumption 6.7L/100kms.
Toni Andreevski, general manager of marketing for BMW Group Australia, says the new models will broaden the X5’s potential audience and reinforce its outstanding performance in the premium SUV segment.
“It’s exciting to see two new entry level variants join our hugely popular X5 range.
“Both of these variants promise to be a cracking success, delivering typical BMW X5 performance and dynamics and the high levels of sophistication our customers have come to expect.”
BMW X5 Australian Pricing:
|BMW X5 sDrive25d||$82,900|
|BMW X5 xDrive25d||$87,900|
|BMW X5 xDrive30d||$99,900|
|BMW X5 xDrive35i||$106,900|
|BMW X5 xDrive40d||$115,900|
|BMW X5 xDrive50i||$133,900|
|BMW X5 M50d||$147,900|