BMW X5 F15 Build Your Own Live on BMWUSA.com

by Bimmerfest.com Member - newbimmerx5 on July 25, 2013, 4:48 pm
BMW X5 F15 Configurator Goes Live on BMW USA

BMWUSA.com has launched their online "Build Your Own" tool for the 2014 BMW X5. Head on over to the site to configure your X5 sDrive35i, X5 xDrive35i, X5 xDrive35d or X5 xDrive50i. The new X5 goes into production starting in August with cars slated to go on sale later this fall.

check this out.

http://www.bmwusa.com/standard/conte...modelcode=14XG


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17 responses to BMW X5 F15 Build Your Own Live on BMWUSA.com

AutoUnion commented:
July 25, 2013, 5:45 pm

Built a 35i loaded how I want it for $74k lol.

The Cayenne I want is $80k. Only way I would go back to BMW is if they pile on the incentives
newbimmerx5 commented:
July 25, 2013, 6:13 pm

My new X5-F15 (the way i wanted) is costing around $63K and the Cayenne (300 hp) comparable with Premium Package is costing same ($63K).

+BMW F15 - 3rd Row

Both of them has Panoramic Roof, Navigation, Leather Seats, Heated Front Seats, Rear View Camera and All Wheel Drive.

Third row is important to me.
rawskyb commented:
July 26, 2013, 1:07 am

The configurator seems a little buggy right now. It would constantly remove my M line selection for choosing various options (without warning). And many of the options are missing the fly-over description info. Hopefully they will fix this before too long.

Spec'ed out a xDrive35i with M Sport and was pleasantly surprised it only came to $68k, even with Premium pkg, multi-contour seats, upgraded HK audio, and rear view camera. I thought for sure I would end up over $70k.

Still need to get invoice pricing, but it should come down to $65k or less at invoice +$1k. Not too bad....
AutoUnion commented:
July 26, 2013, 1:14 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by rawskyb View Post
The configurator seems a little buggy right now. It would constantly remove my M line selection for choosing various options (without warning). And many of the options are missing the fly-over description info. Hopefully they will fix this before too long.

Spec'ed out a xDrive35i with M Sport and was pleasantly surprised it only came to $68k, even with Premium pkg, multi-contour seats, upgraded HK audio, and rear view camera. I thought for sure I would end up over $70k.

Still need to get invoice pricing, but it should come down to $65k or less at invoice +$1k. Not too bad....
Yeah, it is buggy. I couldn't add multi countour seats with the mocha nappa leather seating for some reason

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newbimmerx5 commented:
July 26, 2013, 10:21 am

Comfort Access keyless entry--Is it possible to get this one with out Premium Package?
des16 commented:
July 26, 2013, 5:48 pm

I am curious why a comparably equipped 5 series is so much more expensive than an X5. It is hard to understand why there is such a premium for a sedan over an SUV.
tfcz4 commented:
July 26, 2013, 9:39 pm

Tend to like to buy a car loaded and keep it for a long time, but would hit the mid $80s doing that with a 35d. When keeping a car 10+ years makes even a $10,000-$15,000 price difference not that big a deal, especially if I have to regret for that long not adding a useful available option. Live in upper Midwest, so bad weather is an issue. Any feedback on what luxuries to put on a lower priority?

For example: like to add all the new technology and the B&O sound system, but what is the difference between 19 inch and 20 inch tires? I like the 20 inch rims, but how do the wider tires affect performance and ride quality? Which of the driver assisting/suspension technology packages are most valuable? Have had a Z4 for a long time and never approached it's driving capabilities, so see no point in an M version of X5. Am now semi-retired and want to use car for periodic long road trips cross-country.
AutoUnion commented:
July 27, 2013, 12:20 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by des16 View Post
I am curious why a comparably equipped 5 series is so much more expensive than an X5. It is hard to understand why there is such a premium for a sedan over an SUV.
Probably because it's made in Germany? No idea really.

I could see why they'd charge more. The 5 series name plate carries a lot of recognition and history.

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kanar200 commented:
July 27, 2013, 10:44 am

the reason is: competition on the SUV market in the US

Quote:
Originally Posted by des16 View Post
I am curious why a comparably equipped 5 series is so much more expensive than an X5. It is hard to understand why there is such a premium for a sedan over an SUV.
NoI4plz commented:
July 27, 2013, 10:16 pm

I wonder what the X5D COnfig will look like. There are some option restrictions. But no too much. all i could dig up was that parking assistant wont be offered!

I feel the ECO credit will be gone for a while
tfcz4 commented:
July 28, 2013, 10:28 am

I can't imagine that there is anything about the diesel version that would restrict the ability to offer parking assist as an option.
Waygol commented:
July 28, 2013, 11:25 am

Parking Assist is available for diesel.
Here is the 2014 pricing for all including Diesel Start of production 12/2013

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/att...5&d=1374183072
NoI4plz commented:
July 28, 2013, 8:27 pm

Damn iPhone PDF arghhh
tfcz4 commented:
July 28, 2013, 8:45 pm

At MSRP plus tax and destination you can get well into the $90,000+ price range. Wonder how BMW will react when the reviews of a loaded model explain this price to get there? This is for a 35d, so M version easily cracks $100,000. Easiest savings is to eliminate B&O sound system, so will be curious to hear what it sounds like.
BMWMN1971 commented:
July 29, 2013, 12:24 pm

The new X5 is way more expensive than the one I currently have. It will cost around $10K more to get the same options I have now. Way to go BMW

I did some research last week visiting Land Rover and Porsche and looking at the All New Range Rover Sport and the Cayenne. The problem I see is that if you want to lease those vehicles they are not competitive at all. Both dealers told me that BMW makes way more X5 than Land Rover makes of Range Rovers and Porsche makes of Cayenne and thus their offers for leasing will always be more expensive than BMW.
kanar200 commented:
July 29, 2013, 12:29 pm

maybe... i have a well equipped E70 and checked the pricing for F15 - I do not see significant price difference
adgrant commented:
August 4, 2013, 10:43 pm

I am seeing about a 3k premium for the F15 5.0 over my E70 5.0 but the F15 is better equipped (thanks to things included in the packages).