BMW X5 Summary
|Max Power||262 bhp @ 4000 rpm|
|Drive Type||4WD / AWD|
BMW X5 Price List in India
BMW X5 price start at ₹ 82.9 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 84.4 Lakh. Check out the entire BMW X5 variants on-road price in India. Get more info on BMW X5 new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date X5 four wheeler ex-showroom price.
BMW X5 Variants Price
|X5 Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|2993 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 13.38 kmpl||₹ 82.9 Lakh|
|2998 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 11.24 kmpl||₹ 84.4 Lakh|
BMW X5 Colours
- Black Sapphire Metallic
- Mineral White Metallic
- Phytonic Blue Metallic
BMW X5 Videos
BMW X5 Highlights
The original X5 (E53) was considered a sporty SUV to drive, but not to look at. It was made keeping in mind sporting intent and was also one among the first of the SUV breed to boast of sedan-like monocoque construction. It was also liked by a lot of Indians, and was, for a very short period, one of the best-sellers. The BMW X5 (F15) that followed, carried the same DNA in a solidly put-together, modern package with a lot of areas refined in order to help it take on its rivalry. And thanks to the local assembly, the BMW X5 price was considerably more affordable too.
For 2019, the X5 has taken a huge leap forward in comparison to its predecessor. For one thing, the X5 has now grown larger in both size and the wide range of its abilities. It has now made its transition to fourth-generation (G05) and now there’s a larger emphasis on luxury than before.
Even if it has grown in almost every aspect, the X5 looks smaller than its predecessor when viewed from a distance. That’s largely due to the sharper lines, emphasis on smaller details, and some tighter details. The BMW X5 new model also features an enormous kidney grille at the front, something that we’ve come to see with the new BMWs. Those kidney nostrils flank slim and angular LED headlamps, which now get Laser light high-beam system and C-shaped take on BMW’s LED corona ring DRL signature.
There’s a sharp line that flows right from the front fender to the rear taillamp, which is now also in line with BMW’s latest design language. The M Sport variant gets tacky dual-tone wheels, while the xLine variant makes do with elegant silver ones. It also has a wider track now, with Lamborghini-rivalling 305-section rear tyres.
The BMW X5 variants, namely, are xDrive30d xLine and xDrive40i M Sport. The M Sport variant gets a lot of kit for the money, including a head-up display, 360-degree camera, two 12.3-inch displays (one for the cluster and the other for the infotainment), wireless mobile charging, hands-free parking, four-zone climate control, a 16-speaker Harman Kardon hi-fi, soft-close doors, paddle-shifters, adaptive dampers, a powered tailgate with remote opening, auto stop-start, Apple CarPlay (but no Android Auto) and eight airbags.
As it’s now emphasized more towards opulence, the cabin of the X5 feels miles ahead of the model it replaces. The first thing you’ll appreciate is the ‘Vernasca’ leather upholstery, available in cream colour, tan, brown, or black colour, and it’s wonderfully soft, and there’s even double-stitched leather on the dashboard. The dashboard also features a thick wood veneer on the centre, which can also be seen on the central console and doors.
The driver sits facing two 12.3-inch displays, of which the first is for the instrument cluster, which is the same unit as seen in other BMWs. The 12.3-inch iDrive system works flawlessly and is amongst the best system amongst the luxury crop of vehicles.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The X5 is available with a petrol and a diesel powertrain, of which the diesel is available in the entry-level trims. It is a 3.0-litre inline-six diesel engine, which is good for 262bhp and 620Nm of torque. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission as a standard fit.
For the extra BMW X5 on-road price, the sportier M Sport trim gets a 3.0-litre inline-six petrol, which churns out 335bhp and 450Nm of torque. It, too, comes mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.