German Pricing: BMW X5 M and X6 M

Car Tips | April 5th, 2009 by 19
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It looks our German friends are quick to release the pricing of the new BMW X5 M and X6 M, same as it happened with …

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It looks our German friends are quick to release the pricing of the new BMW X5 M and X6 M, same as it happened with the Z4 shortly after the launch. As expect, their pricing jumps over the 100k mark, euros of course, with the more expensive BMW X6 M being valued at 108,500 euros.

The X5 M follows closely with a base price of 105,900 euros, making the “M twins” one of the most BMWs out there.

I still expect the U.S pricing to be in the $90,000 range, but we’ll find out next week.

One of their main competitors, the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is priced at 133,970 euros, making the X6 M, at least on paper, a better buy. Turbo S outputs 550 horsepower.

The Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG which has always been considered a direct competitor to the X5 is priced at 104,480 euros.

We should also take in consideration the powerful Audi Q7 V12 which produces 500 horsepower and it is priced in Europe at 130,600 euros.

Stay tuned for more information.

Thanks for the info EnI!

19 responses to “German Pricing: BMW X5 M and X6 M”

  1. tony says:

    I simply love it!!!!!the engine noise is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!wowwwww
    I think In Netherlands it will be around 50,000euros more sadly :(

  2. Frederico Silva says:

    @tony: In Portugal i think that it wil be something like that too :s

  3. Bobo says:

    108k – that is cheap for such an amazing vehicle, sorry, the best stock SUV no question about that. However with options expect the price to be around 120-130k Euros.

  4. viper says:

    it will cost 150k in the Netherlands , ridiculous and sad for people who live there but in Norway it will cost 10 times more

  5. Martin says:

    its kind of expensive.. and specially it will be in peru. Just so you can get an idea, the M3 is 130k here.

  6. Carlos Perez says:

    The m3 in mexico is 89 k (USD) and this it will be around 110 -130 k (also USD) which is expensive but i think a car with this caracteristic should be.

  7. Carlos Perez says:

    BTW people what did you spec i mean is a M car, i mean is supposed to be expensive, a think is the right price

  8. Horatiu B. says:

    WOW, those prices are insane guys. I guess we have it good here in the U.S. Can someone for example, Mexico, buy the car in the U.S and export it there? What are the taxes associated with that?

  9. Gil says:

    My head is swimming with these insane numbers! Not just the price, either. The horsepower, the acceleration, etc. All crazy numbers! lol. I love it.

  10. Carlos Perez says:

    @Horatiu B.:
    Actually i don’t know for certanty but, you will have to pay the local tax that is called ISAN that its 15% price of the vehicle (without USA tax) + the cost of importation +………
    giving you a grand total of more less 35% of the cost of the car, + the cost of the car + about 2-3 moths of your time , but the good part is that u don’t paid the USA tax, is something kind of a mail in rebate you paid it and then they give it back to you.

    This isn’t 100% accurate, it just and idea.

  11. mman says:

    This is car is a bargain!!!!! 110,000 euros is nothing in this economy!!!!

  12. George says:

    I would probably buy a Ferrari with that kind of money. Sorry!

  13. Martin says:

    The difference is AMAZING. The m3 is around 56k in the US versus the 130k in peru. Because of this it may be better to import it, but i wouldn’t really know. Even now with the FTA between the US and Peru it’s the same because the m3 is produced in Germany, and the FTA only takes into account products produced directly in US soils.

  14. Carlos Perez says:

    The same here in mexico, but you could import the x5 LOL i think it is made in the USA, or import one BMW directly from Germany

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  16. Lance says:

    shooting themselves in the other foot as well!

  17. Martin says:

    @Carlos Perez:

    Yes. The only cars produced in Spartanburg are the X5 and X6, so they would be the only ones to import. I just hope that we get to achieve a FTA with the EU so then we can get cheap bmw’s.

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