New 2019 BMWX5 Series xDrive40i Sports Activity Vehicle

  • VIN: 5UXCR6C50KLL64464
  • Stock: B13158
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Fuel Economy
20.0/26.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Alpine White
Interior Color
Sports Activity Vehicle/5 seats
8 speed automatic
xDrive all-wheel drive
I6 6
BMW X5 Series

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Lane departure
  • Speed limit sign recognition
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Emergency communication system
  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Alpine White 2019 BMW X5 xDrive40i AWD 8-Speed Automatic I6 Black Artificial Leather.20/26 City/Highway MPG Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book -
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Super Fun, Powerful, Quiet and Comfortable...!

    By TB on Wednesday, June 26, 2019

    This is my second BMW X5 xDrive50i. Previous was the 2016 and now is the incredible 2019 X5 xDrive50i. It provides the all familiar power but with so much more in this version. Not only more power than my previous X5 but it is also very quiet in the cabin and very comfortable. Great access both in and out of the vehicle. I am 6'2" and don't like to fold myself in half to get in and out of a vehicle. Both versions of the X5 provided great access. This car provided me such joy at the start and the end of my work day despite having to deal with such hellacious traffic on the 405 and 101 every single day. The seats support every segment of my body and this new version adds more to the ventilation feature as well as many massage options. The massage levels don't provide enough strength to really get into the stress points in the neck, shoulders and low back but it is relaxing. I wish I could ratchet it up a few. The hot & cold cup holders, only for the front, are yet another added feature to this car that really makes this a new experience for me despite coming from a 3-year lease of what I thought would be a lateral move. I could not be more wrong. This car is so much more than a small incremental change from the previous model. The car drives so much smoother, quieter, and more refined that if I was blind folded and put behind the wheel and allowed to drive this car, I would be adamant that I was not driving an X5 or a BMW. The steering wheel is familiar yet so different. It is a beefy grip and again extremely comfortable. The iDrive is so much better than years past and I started with the original with my 2004 BMW 745Li. Lots of redundancy and intuitive. The gesture control requires time to learn and appreciate it. I don't feel that it is gimmicky as many reviews seem to categorize it. The HVAC system is super and reaches your desired climate very quickly. The audio, Harman Karden base system is just fine for me. I custom built my 2019 X5 with most options selected less the off-road air bags. Options selected: M Sport, Executive Tier, 21" M Y-Spoke bi-color wheels style 741M performance run-flats, Coffee Extended Merino Leather, Anthracite-Brown Poplar Matte Finish wood trim, Dynamic Handling Package, Luxury Seating Package, Acoustic Glass, Glass Controls, Heated front seats, armrests, and steering wheel, Leather Dashboard, and BMW rubber floor mats. When I had my 2004 BMW brake dust drove me nuts. The M Sport Brakes does bring back a slight bit of brake dust on the wheels but nothing remotely like in years past when it was common to see a BMW with black wheels beckoning to be cleaned. There is a lot to enjoy about this car and it truly starts my day off wonderfully and ends it the same. Enjoying the comfort of a very well climatized interior, super comfortable seats, great audio whether music or audible books to get my mind off of work or traffic (or both most of the time), and the pure fun to drive this car made this a worthy expenditure for the past 3-years and again as I venture into another 3-year lease with this incredible 2019 X5 xDrive50i MSport. The negative comment aside from the fee for Apple Car Play is the body flare at the door sills which some reviews focus on getting your clothes dirty but it is likely to be a maintenance issue to try not to damage the paint finish via shoes or grime scratching the finish. Not well thought out especially when running boards are not offered as a remedy.
  • 2019 BMW X5 5.0

    By wichi111 on Saturday, May 11, 2019

    Bought my car March 2019 list price 91000 so far I love the car it's black black 22 Wheels the car is super quiet pretty fast test d r o v e Audi Q8 Audi Q7 Range Rover Sport Cayenne Turbo decided to get the X5 combination luxury riding super quick love the car beautiful interior
  • nothing all that special except drive dynamics

    By foxbatbtm on Saturday, September 07, 2019

    First BMW and traded up from '08, '11, '14, '17 Acura MDX. Kinda disappointed in new '19 X5 340i with M-sport package. Though heavy discounting was the incentive for us. Whiile driving dynamics are for the most excellent, the 2nd row seat is way too basic incl. crappiest cupholders and cheap first tier leather. No rear seat back-forth nor recline and very tight toe room. X5 is a good 4 inches wider than our previous MDX and you don't feel it in the interior at all - other than headroom. i'm comparing MDX Advance interior with Captain's Chairs second row, but still, obvious to me there is nothing especially luxurious about this interior other than dash/console. Again, stanard drive dynamics excellent, but extra width is significant problem here in urban L.A. Exterior color selection btw was ab ysmal. We luckily found phytonic blue with oyster leather. and we got sorta stuck with absurd 22" wheels which offer poorer ride quality than 20 or 21 imo albeit look cool. Should have gone with first pick X3, but after CR reveiw and price comparison figured why not ALTHOUGH HAD NOT STUPIDLY TRIED THE SEONCD ROW SEAT or even viewed the interior of either. Could have easily saved hundred bucks a month or more on 36 lease X3 and actually would have had higher level options, but liked TANK-like safety/size ultimately, except width which again is not noticeable in the interior at all. While it is exciting to own/lease our first BMW and while it may be the ultimate driving machine, the value for me just isn't there compared to Lexus RX-L or Volvo XC90. Finally, what really drove our decision is '20 Acura MDX turned out to be NO re-design yet and it was time to end lease on our '17 which in all fairness we had noticed wasn't nearly as exciting az our '14 MDX or '08 MDX. and new RDX seemed too small somehow and weird packaging re. Advance versus A-Spec. Sure, i'd probably have preferred higher end X5 than one we chose, BUT THAT WAS OUR BUDGET MAX. Relatedly, X7 is more impressive interior space and luxury IF YOU HAVE 95 smackers to spare. Our limit was 67.5 max max max.

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