Pricing for the 2017 BMW X1, X3, X4, X5, and X6 has been released by BMW of North America and for the first time, BMW is adding a front-wheel-drive sDrive28i trim to the X1 lineup. The new model brings the X1’s base price down to $33,795, or $2,000 less than last year’s least-expensive X1. The all-wheel-drive X1 xDrive28i’s price remains unchanged at $35,795.

The four-cylinder—gasoline and diesel—2017 BMW X3 trims see no change to their base prices, but the six-cylinder 2017 X3 xDrive35i went up in price by $850. The 2017 BMW X4 is now offered in two variants – the four-cylinder xDrive28i and the performance-oriented M40i, as the mid-level xDrive35i has been phased out.


The X4 xDrive28i starts at $46,245, while the X4 M40i M Performance Automobile begins at $58,795.

With the exception of the 2017 BMW X5 xDrive40e plug-in hybrid, all other X5 models see their base prices increase for the new year. The base price of gasoline-powered sDrive35i, xDrive35i, and xDrive50i trims are up $800, and the diesel xDrive35d costs a full $1600 more than last year.


The 2017 X5 features the all-new iDrive 5.0 with a touchscreen functionality. Those same features, along with a new standard 19-inch wheel design, are also added to the sleek 2017 BMW X6. Available in sDrive35i, xDrive35i, and xDrive50i trims, the fastback SUV’s base price increases by $800 across the line.


The 2017 BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M have the same base price as last year – $99,795 and $103,195, respectively.