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BMW X5, SUV
#1482 of 1508 Re: 2005 X5 4.4i - Suggestion on buying [bmw_dream]
Feb 25, 2009 (5:30 pm)
I just bought an '05 4.4 with sport + premium. 24k is good/fair depending on condition. If there is still warranty left or it is CPO, I think it is pretty good!
Maintenance - cannot tell, depends too much on condition, but I'm prepared for higher then your average car.
Issues - check x5world.com, but from what I read, minor stuff, my PDC and folding mirrors stopped working, but are still under warranty.
I like the look. BMW keeps to maintaining their theme.
Resale - I realy expect it to depreciate 2-3k per year from this point.
#1484 of 1508 2002 BMW X5 DVD/NAVIGATION
Jun 25, 2009 (9:01 am)
Hi I recently purchase a 2002 x5 3.0 bmw...the car doesnt have any audio upgrades and I was thinking of getting a touch screen navigation/dvd system for itand hopefully installing monitors on the headrests or a flipdown...can anyone tell me if this is feasible or will it be way too much trouble....thx
#1486 of 1508 Re: 2005 X5 4.8 Air Suspension Problems [bgrice]
Jul 03, 2009 (6:18 am)
I am having the exact same problem with my 2002 X5 sport. My local shop told me the bladder needs replacing ($1000+) but was able to fill it and it held for about 2 months. Let me know if you find a better fix, as no lights are on the dash etc...
#1487 of 1508 Re: About to buy [jeff9876]
Aug 04, 2009 (8:03 pm)
Definitely worth the extra for the nav system. You are never lost. Only negative is the update DVD is expensive.
#1488 of 1508 Re: 2006 BMW X5 ignition off but still running [6degrees]
Aug 30, 2009 (4:10 am)
Final stage Module goes bad and blower motor continues to run after ignition is turned off running the battery down.Dealer repair about $350. do it yourself with dealer part for about $130
Oct 14, 2009 (9:06 pm)
"It's hard to imagine a more complete high-performance SUV package than the 2010 BMW X5 M. It set new records at the drag strip. It's as easy to drive as any normal X5, and steers and rides better than any previous example. Its 14 mpg average certainly will not earn you a medal for fuel efficiency, but it is the best figure in its immediate peer group. And while $86,000 is unquestionably a large sum of money, that price is at the very least "fair" when it's compared to those of its rivals — especially when you line up standard and optional equipment."
2010 BMW X5 M Full Test and Video (Inside Line)
#1490 of 1508 2008 X5 4.8 Pricing Question
Feb 22, 2010 (9:42 am)
I've got a chance to pick up a 2008 4.8 with 6,600 miles for $46,000...
Car has tech, premium and sports package and comfort access. Carfax looks good - single owner who traded the car in for Benz G-Wagon....
Is this a good price?