Used BMW X5 cars for sale

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When BMW launched the X5 in 1999, it proved that BMW’s famous Ultimate Driving Machine tag could be applied just as happily to an SUV as it could a saloon. Here was a four-wheel drive off-roader that could shrug off terrible conditions and tricky terrain, provide plenty of comfort and space for family duties, yet still entertain over a challenging road. No wonder the X5 has shifted over two million units since then, and remains an SUV benchmark four generations on. Read on to find your perfect BMW X5...

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BMW X5 Engine Options

The BMW X5 is available with a range of petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid engines.

The third-gen 2013-2018 X5 diesel range begins with the 25d, a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel offered with both rear-wheel drive (sDrive) or all-wheel drive (xDrive). From there the range progresses through 30d, 40d and 50d variants, all of which use the 3.0-litre straight-six engine with differing power outputs.

Petrol models are offered with the 4.4-litre V8 in either 50i or more potent X5M tune, while the plug-in hybrid is badged 40e. It’s a 2.0-litre petrol supplemented by an electric motor.

The fourth-generation 2018-onwards X5 is now offered almost entirely with a six-cylinder engine line-up, though a tempting V8 remains.

All diesels models – the 30d, 40d and 50d – are different twists on the excellent BMW 3.0-litre straight six theme, while petrol buyers choose from the 40i (another 3.0-litre straight six), or the M50i, the only model fitted with a V8 engine.

The 45e is a plug-in hybrid. It’s unusual in combining the silky smooth straight-six engine (most plug-ins use four-cylinder power) with the ability to run on electric power alone for an officially certified 50-54 miles (around double the range usually offered). It’s well worth a look.

All 2018-onwards X5s are fitted as standard with xDrive all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox.


The BMW X5 is available exclusively as a five-door SUV with five seats as standard, though three-row/seven seats are available optionally.

Trim Levels

The third-generation 2013-2018 X5 has three trim levels: Standard, SE and M Sport.

  • Standard models are equipped with sports seats, partial leather trim, 18-inch alloys and parking sensors.
  • SE highlights included leather trim.
  • M Sport added more muscular body styling, larger alloy wheels and Adaptive M Suspension (except the sDrive 25d).

The fourth-generation 2018-onwards X5 is offered in either xLine or M Sport trim levels. xLine highlights include 19-inch alloys, aluminium exterior trim and perforated leather upholstery. M Sport is both top-of-the-range and the most popular trim. It adds 20-inch alloys, high-gloss shadowline exterior trim, and M Sport body styling for a more aggressive appearance, plus sportier interior trim.

Models with the M designation (e.g. M50d, not just M Sport) are trim levels in their own right, and come with essentially an enhanced M Sport specification.


All third-generation X5s came with Sat Nav as standard. The latest 2018-onwards X5 switched to the new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster in place of traditional analogue dials for the speedometer and rev counter – not only does it look suitably high-tech while remaining intuitive to view, it also allows the driver to configure the display, prioritising information such as the Sat Nav map if required.

A second 12.3-inch screen functions as the infotainment screen in the centre of the dash. You control it via the rotary controller by the gearstick, the touchscreen or even by voice and gestures (such as twirling a finger to increase volume). If it sounds complicated, it quickly becomes second nature.

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