Today, all the BMW U.S dealerships received some marketing updates regarding the 2009 and 2010 models. Before we get into these details, please keep in mind that the dates might change and nothing it’s set in stone with BMW, especially those models that are going to be released towards the end of next year.
So, the first BMW X5 diesel to reach the States, xDrive35d, will be available starting January 17, 2009. The dealers were told that the X5d might be eligible for $1500 tax credit. The 335d, which will be available in December this year, might qualify for $900 tax credit.
Another highly awaited car is the X6 Hybrid, a model that has been spotted testing many times this year.
There was also another model mentioned on the marketing sheet, but I will update this article as soon as I know more.