2014 BMW X5 pricing

BMW has released the base US MSRP pricing for the 2014 F15 X5. The new addition to the X5 family, the rear-wheel drive 2014 X5 sDrive35i will start at $53,725. The 2014 BMW X5 xDrive35i is priced at $56,025, the 2014 BMW X5 xDrive35d price is $57,525 and the 2014 BMW X5 xDrive50i will start at $69,125. All prices include $925 destination and handling. Newly-standard equipment for the X5 includes, but is not limited to, BMW's Auto Start-Stop system, BMW's iDrive4.2 Navigation System with Touchpad, 10 years of BMW Assist eCall service, 10 years of BMW TeleService, BMW Apps, 40-20-40 split-folding rear seat, and now standard Servotronic speed-sensitive power steering.

Detailed US MSRP pricing for packages and options has not yet been released. If you're waiting for detailed pricing it will be another month or so. The all-new 3rd-generation BMW X5 will arrive in US showrooms in the fourth quarter of this year as the TwinPower Turbo inline six X5 sDrive35i and X5 xDrive35i as well as the TwinPower Turbo V8 X5 xDrive50i. The BMW Advanced Diesel X5 xDrive35d will follow in early 2014.

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29 responses to BMW Announces Pricing for All-New X5 Sports Activity Vehicle - Starting at $53,725

alex md commented:
June 24, 2013, 5:17 pm

Ludicrous.......well optioned X5 5.0 will be in 75-80k range, i d say bye bye BMW and welcome Porsche or Range Rover
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saranr commented:
June 24, 2013, 5:53 pm

What the base model price increase by 7K???
ND40oz commented:
June 24, 2013, 7:55 pm

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Originally Posted by alex md View Post
Ludicrous.......well optioned X5 5.0 will be in 75-80k range, i d say bye bye BMW and welcome Porsche or Range Rover
Alex
A well optioned 2013 50i was in that price range, I'd be happy if the 2014 is the same, only 5k-10k in options doesn't get you that much.
kosmo commented:
June 25, 2013, 9:19 am

My short list has just gotten one vehicle shorter. Absolutely ludicrous price increase.
Nick9597 commented:
June 25, 2013, 6:21 pm

After reading this crap, I'm glad we decided on a 2013 X5 instead of waiting for the 2014. Sounds to me, from what I read here, a decently equipped (not loaded) 2014 X5 35d is going to be at least $70K. Honestly, that's almost like charging $35 for a hamburger.....yeah, a good burger is yummy...but give me a break!
TheFong commented:
June 26, 2013, 10:08 am

I just went onto the 2013 x50i and a fully loaded current model 50i costs $77k, so the price increase doesn't seem too terribly high for the new design. I just hate having to wait until Qtr4 to order my new X5.
ND40oz commented:
June 26, 2013, 10:42 am

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Originally Posted by TheFong View Post
I just went onto the 2013 x50i and a fully loaded current model 50i costs $77k, so the price increase doesn't seem too terribly high for the new design. I just hate having to wait until Qtr4 to order my new X5.
I think you're missing some options on your fully loaded 50i if it's only 77k.

newbimmerx5 commented:
June 26, 2013, 3:48 pm

Leather Dashboard, Navigation System and Destination charge are now included in base price.
TheFong commented:
July 10, 2013, 4:02 pm

When will the detailed pricing for the new X5 be released? I'm also waiting for the information needed to design my new X5.
tim330i commented:
July 10, 2013, 4:04 pm

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Originally Posted by TheFong View Post
When will the detailed pricing for the new X5 be released? I'm also waiting for the information needed to design my new X5.
Usually about two months before the car goes on sale.
mikeny commented:
July 10, 2013, 7:22 pm

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Usually about two months before the car goes on sale.
according to my dealer, F15 production start around 2nd half of August, I would expect all pricing will be ready for us in 2-3 weeks at most
TheFong commented:
July 11, 2013, 10:35 am

Your mouth to God's e-mail
pixma commented:
July 31, 2013, 6:40 pm

Honestly I don't see the price increase here. I tried building a 14 X535i on the website with the same options as I have for my 13 X535i premium, and it came a little bit lower than the MSRP for the 13 X5 I have, although I paid lower than MSRP of course, and some options got upgraded, for example now I can get surround view camera rather than the top view camera I have on my 13 X5. All these so-called "price hikes" are just media trying to get attention from people who are not in the market and have not done their homework, because I've never seen a single person buying a BMW without the navigation, leather seats, wood trim, etc. even though these are not included in the previous base models. I guess most of those cheap base models went to car rental companies anyways. Plus the interior of the 14 model is way nicer. If I could wait longer(which I couldn't so I am not regretting), I would definitely get the new one.

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Originally Posted by kosmo View Post
My short list has just gotten one vehicle shorter. Absolutely ludicrous price increase.
kosmo commented:
July 31, 2013, 7:39 pm

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Originally Posted by pixma View Post
... because I've never seen a single person buying a BMW without the navigation, leather seats, wood trim, etc. even though these are not included in the previous base models.
Well, you've seen one now! Four new BMWs over the years, all very lightly optioned. Or as my CA likes to say "Time for another nothing-burger?"

I don't buy them for the doo-dads.
windsor027 commented:
August 1, 2013, 3:24 pm

So can someone in here tell me why does BMW not allow us Americans to have the 4.0d and 5.0d engines?
tim330i commented:
August 1, 2013, 3:25 pm

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Originally Posted by windsor027 View Post
So can someone in here tell me why does BMW not allow us Americans to have the 4.0d and 5.0d engines?
If I had to guess the take rates weren't that good.

Tim
kanar200 commented:
August 1, 2013, 4:22 pm

small demand, significant costs to launch to the market
pixma commented:
August 1, 2013, 6:36 pm

I agree that there are always exceptions. But this is definitely not a price hike. It is more of eliminating a line that has a small customer base.

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Originally Posted by kosmo View Post
Well, you've seen one now! Four new BMWs over the years, all very lightly optioned. Or as my CA likes to say "Time for another nothing-burger?"

I don't buy them for the doo-dads.
NoI4plz commented:
August 1, 2013, 11:46 pm

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Originally Posted by windsor027 View Post
So can someone in here tell me why does BMW not allow us Americans to have the 4.0d and 5.0d engines?
Emissions on the 35d has proven a challenge enough, imagine the 4.0 and 5.0d models challenges.

Plus M50d would probably slot around the base price of an 50i and an X5M. I`m pretty sure if your shelling out that much of money for an X5, you`d rather have the sweet exhaust note of a petrol V8 from BMW rather than a diesel.
windsor027 commented:
August 2, 2013, 8:55 am

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Originally Posted by NoI4plz View Post
Emissions on the 35d has proven a challenge enough, imagine the 4.0 and 5.0d models challenges.

Plus M50d would probably slot around the base price of an 50i and an X5M. I`m pretty sure if your shelling out that much of money for an X5, you`d rather have the sweet exhaust note of a petrol V8 from BMW rather than a diesel.
True but at the very least they should have the 40d available. This vehicle is being build here, I can't imagine it would that much more to offer it.

to tell you the truth besides the styling which leaves me...stone cold, the fact that the new engine has less power and torque also leaves me scratching my head as to what BMW is thinking. Are they going away from their own slogan as the ultimate driving machine? Now i am sure its as fast or maybe a bit faster on acceleration with the 8-speed but come on BMW. at the very least offer the more powerful engine to us.
ND40oz commented:
August 2, 2013, 10:17 am

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Originally Posted by windsor027 View Post
True but at the very least they should have the 40d available. This vehicle is being build here, I can't imagine it would that much more to offer it.
The 40d and 50d would have to be retrofitted with the urea injection system that the 35d has and then they'd still need to try and get it to meet current CARB/EPA emissions standards.
kanar200 commented:
August 2, 2013, 10:56 am

does the 30d come without urea system to the states? the difference in the fuel consumption between 30d and 40d is insignificant (something like 0.1-0.2l/100 km if I recall correctly) therefore I do not think it is CARB/EPA emissions standards which made them not to bring 40d to the US

besides, current 40d is more fuel efficient than 35d which is a very old engine - if they managed to certify 35d in the US, they could do this with 40d
ND40oz commented:
August 2, 2013, 11:06 am

The M57 in the E70 35d had a urea system added to meet the then current requirements. The N57 in the ROW 30d is basically the same setup the US version will get except it will have the added urea system. They couldn't call it the 30d though and then sell it for more then the 35i, just like the ROW 320d was named the 328d in the US, so it gets named the 35d.
kanar200 commented:
August 2, 2013, 12:19 pm

yes, I know that 30d Euro spec=fake 35d US spec

in my email I was trying to say that IMO there are no technical obstacles to bring 40d or 50d to the US; this is pure market strategy - they are not getting as good profit margin on diesels as they would like to; bringing more powerful diesels would decrease the margin even more

additionally, why to care about more powerful diesels in the US if the direct competitors did not bring them either?
ND40oz commented:
August 2, 2013, 2:41 pm

They're using the diesel to help with CAFE standards, there's no reason to federalize the other variants of the N57, they don't get as good of mileage and they'll produce more emissions. The people who want a diesel will buy the lower tuned variant. Depending on how well it ends up selling, you may see eco credits like the E70 had to help boost sales because of CAFE.
kanar200 commented:
August 2, 2013, 2:49 pm

from my previous email: "the difference in the fuel consumption between 30d and 40d is insignificant (something like 0.1-0.2l/100 km if I recall correctly)", so in practice the difference in mileage and emissions is negligible

it is only about market strategy - the US is not a diesel market yet

we will see how the diesel will sell; i love diesel engines, but would not consider to pay more for 30d over 35i in the US; only eco credit may change my mind
ND40oz commented:
August 2, 2013, 3:16 pm

The point is, there is still a difference in mpg and emissions and every little bit counts. It's not worth the costs associated with federalizing another engine, the fact the engine costs more to make with an additional turbo and associated plumbing and the fact that the only sales they'll gain from offering a 40d will be people who were going to buy the 35d anyway.
kanar200 commented:
August 2, 2013, 3:29 pm

not really true - that's my point, 30d single turbo is not so appealing in comparison to 35i twin turbo (or however they call the turbocharger); some diesel lovers will end up with 35i (possibly including me, if they do not offer eco credit)

even in Europe, X5 30d was a bit cheaper (or similar re pricing) vs. 35i, here it is more expensive

EDIT

I checked the German pricing: 35i EUR 59.900, 30d EUR 59.400, so it appears as I suspected that BMW NA inflated the price for 30d in order to give ECO Credit (and everybody will be happy)

as a side note, all diesels in Europe (25d/30d/40d/50d) come with urea system in standard
windsor027 commented:
August 6, 2013, 11:39 am

Personally i love the diesel engine and its torque. But like some said I will not be happy if I have to pay more for a diesel than the 35i. lets hope we do get lots of incentives.