Brand New 2021 BMW X5 Petrol MHEV uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 BMW X5 Petrol MHEV prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £7044 from our dealers. Our 2021 BMW X5 Petrol MHEV deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. BMW manufactures 20 model variants.

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Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 216 £65710 Save £7212
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 216 £65710 Save £7212
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 209 £62210 Save £5397
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 209 £62210 Save £5397
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 219 £67960 Save £7415
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 219 £67960 Save £7415
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 217 £67045 Save £7332
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 217 £67045 Save £7332
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 219 £69295 Save £7535
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 219 £69295 Save £7535
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 221 £67180 Save £7345
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 221 £67180 Save £7345
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 213 £63680 Save £5530
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 213 £63680 Save £5530
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 224 £69430 Save £7547
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 224 £69430 Save £7547
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 221 £68515 Save £7465
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 221 £68515 Save £7465
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 224 £70765 Save £7667
Auto Petrol MHEV 3.0i MHT 340 SS 5 3.0 340 224 £70765 Save £7667
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BMW X5

The addition at the base of the range of the X5 sDrive 25d means that this X5 actually opens at a more accessible price than its predecessor. You'll now need around £44,000 to put one in your garage.

Most though will want 4WD with this car and will primarily be starting their X5 search with the xDrive30d SE variant, a car requiring a budget of close to £50,000. Is that good value? Well, you are getting a car with better economy, emissions and residual values which should soothe that initial sting - and equipment levels are a bit more generous too.

Further up the range, there's the more powerful xDrive40d diesel, plus an even pokier 381PS M50d twin turbo version. Otherwise, buyers choose between three rare Petrol options.

There's the xDrive 50i with 450PS, the 575PS X5M or, perhaps most interestingly, the xDrive40e, a Petrol-electric plug-in hybrid with 245PS.

Mainstream X5 models offer a choice between two design packages as alternatives to the familiar SE and M Sport trims. 'Design Pure Experience' emphasises the X5's robustness, while 'Design Pure Excellence' goes for a more elegant effect.

Other features available include a Driving Assistant with Lane Departure Warning and a pedestrian and collision warning system with braking function. Dynamic Safety adjusts the seat belts, front passenger seat, windows and sunroof (if fitted) to the optimum position to survive an accident, while Attention Assistant can sense possible driver fatigue and issue audible and visual alerts.

The Glare-free High-beam Assistant allows full beam to be maintained even when there are other vehicles approaching or immediately ahead by masking the portion of the light pattern which could blind other drivers.

BMW Parking Assistant identifies suitable parking spaces and not only steers the X5 into them but also operates the accelerator and brake, while Surround-view gives the driver a 360-degree view of the outside of the car.

Internet access and Online Entertainment, giving access to 12 million music tracks, are available, while BMW Apps includes web radio, customised music programming and access to Facebook and Twitter.

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