BMW X5 Diesel arriving at US dealerships

BMW X5 | December 12th, 2008 by 5

I was just informed today that many of the US based dealerships are starting to receive the new, highly awaited BMW X5d. Both the 335d …

I was just informed today that many of the US based dealerships are starting to receive the new, highly awaited BMW X5d.

Both the 335d Sedan and X5d SAV are equipped with BMW’s advanced 3.0L diesel and 50-state compliant Blue-Performance emissions system. The 3.0L inline-six diesel uses the latest Variable Vane – Twin Turbo technology, an aluminum crankcase and third-generation common-rail direct fuel injection with precision-quality piezo-injectors for improved performance, reduced NVH, lower emissions and improved fuel economy.

The BMW X5d’s advanced diesel is rated at 265hp and 425lb-ft of torque at 1,750 rpm and it has a base price of $52,025. The good news it that X5 xDrive35d will qualify for a maximum tax credit of $1,550.

So, if you’re looking to test drive one, please contact your local dealership.

Thanks for the tip Irv!

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5 Responses to “BMW X5 Diesel arriving at US dealerships”

  1. BMW sales says:

    My “Launch Suuply” demo is set to arrive Monday. We are all very excited!

  2. BMW sales says:

    *supply

  3. jwoz says:

    Are’s came Thursday! To bad it’s only a base model. Still should do well with them.

  4. Jeff says:

    I just bought an X5 diesel. I am driving it from Chicago to St. Paul tomorrow. Should be a good test for it.

    It is pretty quiet for a diesel. Not as quiet as a gas car, but I bought it for the mileage.

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