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Last Updated: February 28, 2019

High, but Decreasing Sales: The BMW X5 has been a strong sales performer in the luxury midsize SUV class, selling just behind the Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class and the Infiniti QX60 in the top third of the segment. However, BMW dealers sold 11.4 percent fewer X5 models in 2018 relative to 2017. Sales are down 4.3 percent so far in 2019.

High Base Prices: The X5 is one of the pricier models in the segment with a base price of $60,700, which is more than $5,000 above the class average (when not including hybrids). Be prepared to climb trim levels and add options if you want features like forward collision warning or automatic braking. Choosing all the available options will run you north of $75,000, making a fully-loaded X5 about average for top-trims in the segment.

Time to Buy: With the newly redesigned 2019 X5 on sale now,  you may be able to find a discounted price on a 2018 X5 as dealerships look to clear their 2018 inventory. For a better price now, consider the Acura MDX, which starts $16,400 below the X5. It is also a finalist for our 2019 Best Luxury 3-Row SUV for the Money award. Check out this month’s Acura and BMW deals pages with all the best financing and lease offers that may help you finalize your decision.

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