BMW has mastered the sedan. They’ve perfected the sports car, and they’ve finely tuned the performance vehicles. Today, you could even make the argument that they have the championed the SUV. The form of the BMW X model proves just that. Here’s a broad overview of BMW’s Sport Activity Vehicle line.
Starting at $33,100
The entry level BMW X model offers up to 58.7 cubic feet of storage space throughout. With a 28i TwinPower Turbo engine, it brings 228 HP and 0-60 in just 6.3 seconds. Efficiency reigns with 31 MPG and Dynamic Stability Control for driving convenience. Dynamic Traction Control and Intelligent Materials begin within the chassis and are the basis of the X model lines.
Starting at $39,290
The 28i engine returns to the next tier SUV, along with a 35i TwinPower Turbo 4 cylinder engine. The spacious cabin provides 63.3 cubic feet of space. Dynamic Damper Control, Dynamic Stability Control, and Variable Steering arrive to help enhance performance and safety throughout the drive.
Starting at $45,550
With 355 HP and 0-60 in just 4.7 seconds, the X4 makes for a quick and powerful SUV. The 28i engine option arrives here again, along with the M40i with a 6 cylinder 3.0L engine for added power. xDrive (AWD), Performance Control, and Variable Sport Steering are included within the trim levels as well.
Starting at $55,500
The X5 impresses with 56 MPG from the 40e 4 cylinder 2.0L engine. 50i with a 4.4L V8 and the 35i are available as well. Dynamic Performance Control, Dynamic Damper Control, and Active Roll Stabilization accompany the X5 trims as well.
Starting at $61,400
The top-of-the-Line BMW X model rounds out the class with a 35i and 50i 6 cylinder 3.0L option. It takes just 4.6 seconds to reach 60mph and xDrive, Dynamic Damper Control, and Dynamic Performance Control come available.