What is the best year for a BMW X5?

Best Model Years for the BMW X5 Two of the very best years to buy a BMW X5 are the years 2000 and 2005. Despite their age, these years have seen remarkably few customer complaints, and those complaints usually center on the somewhat dated interior features and limited technology.

How much is a BMW X5 2009?

The 2009 BMW X5 30i has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting around $48,000. That’s more than the competing Mercedes-Benz ML350 and Audi Q7, and significantly more than the starting MSRP of the Acura MDX. The X5 35d pushes the price past $52,000, while the 48i starts close to $57,000.

Is a BMW X5 expensive to maintain?

A BMW X5 will cost about $18,389 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This is more than the industry average for luxury SUV models by $2,929. There is also a 54.61% chance that a X5 will require a major repair during that time. This is 15.05% worse than similar vehicles in this segment.

Are BMW X5 good for towing?

rates the BMW X5 as one of the best large SUVs on sale, and it’s one of the best to tow with, too. Whether accelerating hard, slowing down or holding a steady speed, the X5 felt stable and secure with a caravan behind it. We rarely needed to make any steering corrections.

What kind of car is the BMW X5?

The X5 immediately made rival luxury 4x4s look like 1930’s farm machinery by comparison. BMW had dumped its car’s ability to wade up to its wipers through swamps and trundle through boulder fields. Instead it went for nimble handling and sports car performance over terrain that well-to-do UK buyers were infinitely more likely to encounter – tarmac.

Is there a warranty on a BMW X5?

We bought our x5 and a year later the timing chain came loose, meaning a 2.5k bill. Thankfully we had a warranty from Warranty Direct and they paid almost the full bill. In the 3 years that we’ve had the car that is the only issue that we’ve had with it, it still drives like new we absolutely love this car and will keep it until it dies.

What was the problem with my BMW X5?

Last month, my car went to the main dealer in London who said the wheel bolts had been over tightened in February and charged me £215 to drill out the front bolts and replace, same issue with rear wheels (£430 in total). I contacted BMW UK, who didn’t want to help, despite the car being under warranty and referred me back to the dealer.

Is the BMW X5 estate a family car?

The big news is that it’s BMW’s first ever seven-seater (although the extra chairs are a £1,320 optional extra) making it a more practical family car. Diesel versions will be the most popular but the petrol engines have been upgraded and are now greener while all cars get a new six-speed automatic gearbox as standard.