2019 BMW X5 Launched In India; Price Starts At ₹ 72.90 Lakh

The new generation of the BMW X5 is based on the CLAR platform and is more versatile than its predecessor and is launched only in the diesel engine. The BMW X5 2019 has been launched in two diesel variants and the petrol variant will go on sale later in this year.

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The BMW X5 has been launched in India in two diesel variants and the petrol variant will follow later.

Highlights

  • The 2019 BMW X5 has been launched in India with diesel variants only.
  • The petrol iteration of the 2019 BMW X5 will follow later in the year.
  • The 2019 BMW X5 has grown in every dimension.

BMW has launched the new generation of the X5 in India and prices for the SUV start at ₹ 72.90 lakh (ex-showroom India). The company has stated that it will launch 12 new models in the country in 2019 and the new-gen X5 is one among them. The all-new BMW X5 is available in two diesel models - BMW X5 xDrive30d Sport and BMW X5 xDrive30d xLine. The petrol variant BMW X5 xDrive 40i M Sport has also been launched at ₹ 82.40 lakh, however, it will go on sale later in 2019. The price for the new X5 tops out at ₹ 82.40 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Internally codenamed G05, the fourth generation BMW X5 is now based on the CLAR platform that also underpins the 5 Series, 7 Series and the X3 in the automaker's line-up. The SUV is now larger and more feature-loaded than its predecessor, while maintaining the sporty character of the older models. The BMW X5 has been a popular seller for BMW in India but the new gen model has become longer, taller and wider compared to its predecessor.

Also Read: 4th Generation BMW X5 Review

BMW X5

86.27 Lakh * On Road Price (New Delhi)
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gto7fo9g The fourth-generation BMW X5 has grown-up in every dimension.

It's the largest X5 ever and this fourth-generation model is 35 mm longer, 32 mm wider and 11 mm taller than its predecessor. The space between the wheels too has increased and it now gains 42 mm on that front and it now stands at 2975 mm. Despite the new model getting bigger, the boot space remains the same at 645 litres that expands to 1,640 litres when the rear seat is folded.

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What's also different is the way the X5 looks now. The fourth generation BMW X5 gets substantial upgrades on the design and feature front. The signature Kidney grille has grown larger and more imposing on the SUV, while the headlamps are all-LED with X-shaped inserts and get the new adaptive LED DRLs. The front bumper has been reworked and gets larger vents and LED fog lights. The new X5 looks more agile than ever but retains the same silhouette as the older model. The wide LED taillights with the 3D signature add to the distinctive look of the SUV, while the model now gets 21-inch wheels as an option.

Also Read: 2019 BMW X5 India Launch: Highlights

9g5l6ajoThe BMW X5 also gets gesture and voice commands, as well as a customisable display.

The cabin though is all familiar, in-line with other BMW models and gets the digital instrument console called the BMW Live Cockpit Professional display; along with a floating infotainment screen, updated iDrive along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Like the other BMW models, you also get gesture and voice commands, as well as a customisable display. The cabin is covered in leather upholstery, while the feature list includes four-zone climate control, wireless charging, screens for rear seat passengers, a panoramic sunroof, welcome carpet light, ambient lighting and a revised gear-selector lever.

2019 BMW X5 Key Features

  • Live Cockpit Professional Display
  • Digital Instrument Console
  • Floating Infotainment Screen
  • Updated iDrive System
  • Gesture Control
  • Voice Command
  • Four Zone Climate Control
  • Wireless Charging
  • Rear Passenger Screen
  • Panoramic Sunroof
  • Ambiente Lighting
jmnckj9gThe BMW X5 is powered by a 3.0-litre turbo diesel motor.
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Power will come from the 3.0-litre turbo diesel motor tuned for 261 bhp and 620 Nm of peak torque and the BMW X5 can clock triple-digit speeds in 6.5 seconds. The petrol will also be offered soon but for now there's just the diesel on offer. The new BMW X5 faces competition from the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLE,n Volvo XC90, Range Rover Velar, Porsche Cayenne and the Audi Q7.

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