2010 BMW X5 M Values

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2010 model year changes

For 2010, the BMW X5 receives a minor facelift, with new bumpers front and rear. Inside, the X5 benefits from the company's latest iDrive system. Perhaps the biggest news is the addition of the sporty M model, powered by a 555-hp 4.4-liter V8.

Competitive comparison

Good compromise between sport wagon and rugged SUV; spacious interior; available luxury and technology options; potent M version

Special features for 2010

The 2010 X5, which is called a "sports activity vehicle" by BMW, combines some of the best attributes of a sport wagon and an SUV, offering better handling than most SUVs yet some measure of off-road ability and toughness. In the first and second rows, the X5 offers a good, quiet ride as well. As in BMW's sedans, there's also plenty of opportunity to upgrade the X5 with high-tech options. An optional diesel engine provides impressive power yet delivers surprising fuel economy, and an all-new M version turns the X5 into a seriously impressive performer.


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The all-new 2010 BMW X5M is a luxury sports SUV that seats five passengers. Power is provided in the form of a 4.4L V8 which has been turbocharged to produce 555 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode is the only available transmission. 20" wheels, heated leather seats, and Bluetooth are all part of a long list of standard equipment.