BMW X5 0-60 times

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Performance Parts

2018 BMW X5 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
xDrive50i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,445 hp

4.7 sec

13.1 @ 95 mph
xDrive35i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,300 hp

6.1 sec

14.8 @ 82 mph
sDrive35i 4dr 4x2 Sports Activity Vehicle,300 hp

6.1 sec

14.8 @ 82 mph
xDrive35d 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,255 hp

6.5 sec

15 @ 78 mph

2017 BMW X5 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
xDrive50i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,445 hp

4.7 sec

13.1 @ 95 mph
xDrive35i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,300 hp

6.1 sec

14.8 @ 82 mph
sDrive35i 4dr 4x2 Sports Activity Vehicle,300 hp

6.1 sec

14.8 @ 82 mph
xDrive35d 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,255 hp

6.5 sec

15 @ 78 mph

2016 BMW X5 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
xDrive50i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,445 hp
turbo,

4.7 sec

13.1 @ 95 mph
xDrive35i 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,300 hp
turbo,

6.1 sec

14.8 @ 79 mph
sDrive35i 4dr 4x2 Sports Activity Vehicle,300 hp
turbo,

6.1 sec

14.8 @ 82 mph
xDrive35d 4dr All-wheel Drive Sports Activity Vehicle,255 hp
turbo,

6.5 sec

15 @ 78 mph

BMW X5 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2018

4.7 - 6.5 sec

13.1 @ 95 - 15 @ 78 mph
2017

4.7 - 6.5 sec

13.1 @ 95 - 15 @ 78 mph
2016

4.7 - 6.5 sec

13.1 @ 95 - 15 @ 78 mph
2015

4.7 - 6.5 sec

13.1 @ 109 - 15 @ 86 mph
2014

4.7 - 6.5 sec

13.1 @ 98 - 15 @ 86 mph
2013

5.1 - 6.7 sec

13.8 @ 89 - 14.7 @ 78 mph
2012

6.9 - 9.3 sec

15.1 @ 89 - 16.8 @ 78 mph
2011

6.9 - 9.3 sec

15.1 @ 89 - 16.8 @ 78 mph
2010

6.5 - 9.1 sec

15.1 @ 89 - 16.8 @ 79 mph
2009

6.5 - 9.2 sec

15.1 @ 89 - 16.9 @ 78 mph
2008

6.5 - 8 sec

15.2 @ 88 - 16.2 @ 80 mph
2007

6.5 - 8 sec

15.2 @ 88 - 16.2 @ 80 mph
2006

6.2 - 9.3 sec

14.9 @ 91 - 16.7 @ 80 mph
2005

6.2 - 9.3 sec

14.9 @ 91 - 16.7 @ 80 mph
2004

6.3 - 9.3 sec

14.9 @ 87 - 16.7 @ 80 mph
2003

6.4 - 9.1 sec

14.9 @ 87 - 16.6 @ 80 mph
2002

6.7 - 9.3 sec

15.8 @ 0 - 16.9 @ 0 mph
2001

7.6 - 9.1 sec

16.2 @ 0 - 16.6 @ 0 mph
2000

7.6 sec

16.2 @ 0 mph

Cars with the same 0-60 time

2018 Audi A7

0-60 times 4.7 sec

1/4 mile 13.4 sec @ 105
2018 BMW 440 Gran Coupe

0-60 times 4.7 sec

1/4 mile 13.3 sec @ 108
2018 BMW 540

0-60 times 4.7 sec

1/4 mile 13.1 sec @ 109
2018 BMW X4

0-60 times 4.7 sec

1/4 mile 13.1 sec @ 107
2018 Chrysler 300

0-60 times 4.7 sec

1/4 mile 13.4 sec @ 108
2018 Dodge Challenger

0-60 times 4.7 sec

1/4 mile 12.8 sec @ 106

Introduction

The BMW X5 is a midsized luxury SUV. The 2018 model is not very different from its predecessors. However, the sport-tuned automatic transmission is now a standard option in all its versions. Additionally, there are numerous trim levels for you to choose from, other than just the standard X5 version, which is available at any car dealership.

 

Engine specs and 0-60

The 2018 X5 comes with various engine types. First, there are the V8 gas engines which can either be 3.0 ltr turbo 6,  or the twin-turbo 4.4 litre. Second, you have the turbodiesel 3.0-liter engine. Finally, there is the plug-in hybrid with its 14-mile electric range. With the base gas engines, rear wheel drives it the standard setting. However, the all-wheel drive is optional with the X5. All the X5 models have been fitted with 8-speed automatic transmissions, but this is a luxury SUV, so the off-road capability is pretty low.

Now looking at the models individually, we can start with the X5sdrive35i and the X5xdrive 35i. These are the cars most people prefer, with the S drive being a rear-wheel drive and the X drive being an all-wheel drive option. They both have turbocharged 3.0 litre inline -6 engines with 300hsp and 300lb-ft of torque. Additionally, they come with the tuned 8-speed automatic transmissions systems. They are pretty fast for SUV weighing about 4700 pounds, considering that they can go from 0- 60mph in a little over 6 seconds.

Next in line is the X5xdrive 501i. The engine in place here is a twin turbo 4.4 litre V8, with 445hp and 480 pounds per foot of torque. The car is wicked fast, but enthusiasts have a problem with its silence, given the fantastic engine in play.

If you are looking to cut down on your fuel costs, then there are still options for you. You can choose between the turbodiesel and the plug-in hybrid. The X5 xdrive35d comes with a 3.0 litre inline 6 turbodiesel engine, boasting255hp and 413lb-ft of torque. It also has an 8-speed automatic transmission and is all-wheel drive; making it a powerful and economical car at the same time. The problem is the fact that this car is not a regular find in most dealerships. However, if you can locate one, it will be a good buy considering that it also has good resale value.

The X5xdrive40e is the plug-in hybrid we mentioned earlier. It has a 2.0-liter turbo-4 gas engine and a 9.2-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The package also involves an 8 –speed automatic transmission. When all these work together they give, according to BMW, 308 hp and 322lb-ft. When fully charged, the car can run for 14 miles before the gas engine needs to be engaged. Primarily, the setting determines how the hybrid engine behaves. If you choose the MAX eDrive and cruise at speeds below 75mph unless you suddenly floor the accelerator no gasoline will be used. On the other hand, if you are using the automatic mode if you are driving under 45mph, the gas engine will not kick in. This sounds like a fantastic deal for about 40,000dollars, but unless you work less than four miles from your home, you will not have the luxury of driving on electricity alone.

The X5M is at the top of its game with a 567 hsp V8 engine. It has track-tuned suspension, sports seats and a beefed up steering wheel. This is like a race car hiding inside an SUV, and as expected it does not come cheap, going for 30,000 dollars more than the X5 xDrive50i. However, it is still more affordable than Porsche’s Cayenne Turbo.

 

Exterior and interior features

The exterior of the 2018 X5 is not something to write home about. It has the same features you have been seeing on BMW crossovers over the last ten years. The front has the twin-kidney grille, and some creasing along the side gives the body more definition. Moving towards the rear, you will notice the gently arcing tail lights and its two-piece tailgate.

The interior of the car, however, makes up for the bland exterior. There look can be defined as corporate conservative with aluminum, wood and leather accents. The front section of the cabin has the three-spoke steering wheel and grouped control which is easily accessible by the driver. The back seats can sit three people. They also offer more style than is typically seen in crossovers, with their leather seats and beautifully finished door panels.

 

Verdict

A look at the 2018BMW X5 will reveal a car that is luxurious but still functional, making it a benchmark among the luxury SUV crossover variety. It has most of the features you usually see in BMW sedans. The varied engine choices and trim packages also make this model ideal for someone who wants a variety to choose from.



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