2008 BMW X5
After a fairly exhaustive search, I found my BMW. I found the exact color I wanted with all the options that mattered to me. The purchasing process was very easy. The price was acceptable and I have absolutely no buyers remorse. I highly reccomend the BMW X5!
by FIRST BMER
2003 BMW X5
In remarkable driving shape. Good, strong engine and transmission. Had BMW mechanic look over the entire vehicle. Only issues found were electric problems with doors and tailgate, and non-working windshield wipers. Also the GPS unit housed in the dash is worthless.
2001 BMW X5
Yes, I used CARFAX and found it very helpful in making my purchase. Having a history is essential for making an intelligent buy since it lets one know if the vehicle has been taken care of in the past according to factory requirements.
Definitely worth the price to give peace of mind!
2012 BMW X5
I purchased this vehicle in the diesel version with loads of accessories for about half the price as it has over 50K miles in just two years. This car was maintained perfectly as most BMW's are because of the service incentives BMW has in place.
I expect to get 200K plus miles out this vehicle. Great ride Too.
by BART A.
2009 BMW X5
So far this SUV has been excellent. The only thing of concern is that I put 2000 miles on it and I've had to add a quart of oil already. This is a known issue with x5's with v8 engines. Other than that the vehicle has been spectacular. We'll see what happens a year from now.
2005 BMW X5
Watch for a noise from engine when cold, we found out after purchase, Requires belt tensioner for $500, otherwise awesome vehicle.
Used BMW X5 Information
A luxury midsize SUV, the X5 is a direct competitor to Audiâs more recent Q5 as well as the Land Rover Discovery. It was introduced to the market in 1999 as BMWâs first SAV â they rebranded it as a Sports Activity Vehicle, as opposed to Utility, in order to remind potential buyers of its on-road handing as well as practicality.
In many ways there was not a car on the market quite like the BMW X5 upon its introduction, and the German manufacturer has continued to improve the vehicle, both in terms of its performance and features. The first-generation (E53) ceased production in September 2006, but not before it had benefitted from the new technology (including the Hill Descent System and Off Road Engine Management system) used by its sister company Land Rover.
The second version (E70) of the X5 arrived in 2006, and was produced until 2013. The top-of-the-range engine was upgraded to an M-Power V8 turbo and packed a massive 555hp. They also increased the seating capacity from five to seven, and also expanded the luggage capacity.
The F15, launched in 2013, comes with a choice of three engines: a V8 petrol packing 450hp, and two six-cylinder diesels with 258hp and 381hp respectively. BMW have also upgraded the interior with high-end features throughout the car.
On the used market there should be plenty of second-gen X5s available. With the option of the 3.0L and 4.4L V8 gasoline engines and turbo diesel as well, there is an SAV out there to suit all needs.
Browse 11,209 used BMW X5s in our Used Car Listings. With vehicles dating from various years, 61% have been previously owned once, while 86% have been reported to CARFAX as never having an accident.