2011 BMW X5 Values

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2011 model year changes

Revised styling is the most obvious change for BMW's X5 in 2011, with new LED-equipped headlamps, a new front bumper with a new metallic lower trim panel, and revised fog lamp mounting. The rear bumper has been redesigned to match the front, and new chrome-trimmed taillights feature LED lights. Underneath that, the X5 gets several new powerplants for 2011, including a 3.0L turbocharged inline 6-cylinder that makes 300 horsepower, as well as a 4.4L V8 that produces 400 horsepower. Both engines get an all-new 8-speed automatic transmission. Other new features include active cruise control and a lane departure warning system. New colors include Deep Sea Blue, Platinum Grey and Sparkling Bronze.

Competitive comparison

BMW-standard luxury and build quality, standard all-wheel drive, new more powerful engines.

Special features for 2011

BMW's X5 offers seating for seven with high-tech on- and off-road capabilities. And with all-new styling as well as a host of refinements for 2011, the package has become even tighter. Although it ranks among the more expensive SUVs in its class, it's a strong competitor, offering a wide range of options not found on the Acura MDX, Lexus RX 350 or Mercedes-Benz M-class.
With its sporty demeanor, the 2011 BMW X5 continues as the brand's "Sport Activity Vehicle" featuring all-weather capability and sporty handling and style. Starting off is the 35i trim, powered by a 3.0-liter 260-hp I6, 6-speed automatic and up to 15/21 mpg city/hwy. Upgrade to the 35d for a 3.0-liter twin-turbo diesel I6, with 425-lb ft tq. and up to 26 mpg hwy. The top of the line 50i features a 4.8-liter, 350-hp V8 with 14/19 mpg city/hwy. All X5s are equipped with an excellent all-wheel drive set up with on road handling and performance in mind. Front, side, curtain airbags, rollover protection, traction control and many other comfort and safety features make this German hauler more than just your average SUV.