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The all new F15 BMW X5 started production August 2013 as a 2014 model year. The new X5 arrives in sDrive35i (RWD), xDrive35i, xDrive50i and a diesel xDrive 35d.

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Old 09-24-2019, 08:31 PM
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CPO 2016 or CPO 2017?

It looks like all else being equal, a CPO 2017 model X5 runs about $7,000 USD more than the CPO 2016. What is in the 2017 that justifies the higher price? Is it worth it to pay the extra money?
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Old 09-25-2019, 08:19 PM
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If same mileage on both, you will get extra year of warranty. Check in-service date on both. IMO no enough pross for paying extra $7k for model year younger if both are comparebale.
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These are CPO from various local dealerships. I'm sure I can get histories on both.

BTW, other than Apple Pay, what was new for 2017 that was unavailable on the 2016?
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That's a bigger spread than we saw in this market. We ended up with a 2016. As noted the in-service date is key. Some are early in year, others later.
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What is the "In Service Date?"
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What is the "In Service Date?"
When vehicle was first sold/put in service with first register owner. This is date when manufacturer warranty starts. For example you can have 2016 model in service date 08/15 or 04/16 same model year but warranty left over time will be very different.
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It looks like all else being equal, a CPO 2017 model X5 runs about $7,000 USD more than the CPO 2016. What is in the 2017 that justifies the higher price? Is it worth it to pay the extra money?
7k sounds primarily like the difference in age depreciation. However, not that easy to compare apples to apples, so look closely at the builds and histories and actual mechanical and aesthetic conditions.
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It looks like all else being equal, a CPO 2017 model X5 runs about $7,000 USD more than the CPO 2016. What is in the 2017 that justifies the higher price? Is it worth it to pay the extra money?
I am in the same boat looking at 2016 vs 2017 CPO

one thing to consider, 2017 usually has about $1000-$1500 more MSRP (cause almost always every year BMWNA hikes the price)

As far as service record, all BMW CPO comes with free CRAFAX at https://cpo.bmwusa.com

At the end, car price depends on the condition of the car not the model-year.

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