I don't know if you are speaking about the diesel as I always can agree with more zip in the pedal. I just traded my 2011 X5 for a 2012 X5 after two years of ownership and the time will fly by. All the money spent on mods must work for folks that plan on having their units for many years as to get their money's worth on the changes they make.
This is my question: What does it to resale value with engine mods? I don't think I would want a used X5 that has been chipped or is it just me? What would the dealer say at trade in time? I cannot imagine someone spending the money on a lease unit or someone who flips them every three or four years. Not being negative just curious.
2012 X5 35d AW/Black Dark Burl
ZAP ZAV ZCW ZPP ZPS ZRC ZTP HUD AD BMW Apps
Spare Tire-Comfort Access-Running Boards-Roof Rails-335 Wheels-Auto High Beams-Smart Phone Int.
Mods : Clear Bra-Radar Hard-wired
So far so good-made on Wednesday