Today, BMW announced the pricing for the 2013 BMW X5 M and X6 M models. Even though not officially announced, we expect the X5 M to receive a minor styling upgrade just as the X6 M. The two M-SAVs will go on sale this spring for $88,850 (X5 M) and $91,900 (X6 M). This represents an increase of $1,600 for both models over the 2012 production year.

The 2013 X5 M and X6 M now come with the blue painted M brake calipers, as seen on the M5 sedan, as well as with standard M multifunction seats.

Inside, the Mugello Red Full Merino Leather (X3MR) replaces Sakhir Orange Full Merino Leather (X3DA) on both models. The X6 M benefits additionally from the X6 LCI with a new, wider kidney grille and redesigned tail lights featuring glowing LED light bars. Additionally, the updated X6 M features an aluminum powerdome hood similar to the one seen on the M3 and ActiveHybrid X6. Both models may be equipped with the new, optional LED headlights (552) to complete the front-end update.

Optional equipment:

  • Active Ventilated Seat Package (ZAV) – Active Ventilated Seat package no longer includes SA456 and has been re-priced to $900.
  • Full LED Headlights (552) now available as a stand-alone option for $1,900
  • Now, either M light alloy wheel style may be ordered on the either model at no charge (2NT remains standard on X5 M, 2NU remains standard on X6 M).

The BMW X6 M will debut in April at the New York Auto Show.