Aesthetically pleasing and featuring intelligent technologies the BMW X5 has driving dynamics, comfort and versatility. Whilst the exceptional aerodynamics help reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Experience the BMW X5 at BMW Cotswold Hereford BMW. Whichever model you choose it will come with BMW Business Navigation as standard.
Click here to download the standard equipment highlights for the BMW X5.
With a compelling choice of engines available across the BMW range, there is a lot to consider when choosing which engine is right for you. Find out the distinctions between each them and what you need to think about when deciding which BMW engine is best suited to your requirements.
Our world is becoming ever more connected every day with instant access to information at anytime and anyplace. With your BMW being an integral part of your lifestyle we believe it’s important that you can keep up to date from behind the wheel. BMW ConnectedDrive delivers intelligent solutions that allow you to remain connected whilst on the move. This short animation provides a brief introduction into the innovative connectivity found within the standard BMW Navigation, BMW Emergency Call, BMW TeleServices and BMW Online on every new BMW model.
Every BMW features a wealth of ground breaking connectivity innovation as standard that enhances every aspect of the driving experience. When your BMW is fitted with the upgraded BMW Professional Navigation system the connectivity and innovation further improves and offers a more innovative platform to access information at any time. Graphics and menus vary by model series, but this short animation highlights the benefits of the latest BMW Professional Navigation system and what it offers above the standard system.
The new entry-level drivetrain is a good fit in the X5.
As a premium SUV the BMW X5 is not cheap to buy, but it is less expensive than rivals such as the Range Rover Sport and the Porsche Cayenne.
We test the cheapest version of BMW's largest SUV with a more eco tilt than most. And rear-wheel-drive. Wait, what?
Out on the road, the BMW X5 is more fun to drive than a heavy SUV has any right to be, but it also doubles as a cosseting long-distance cruiser that can eat up miles with ease.