BMW's fourth-generation 2019 X5 will retail for at least $61,695 when it goes on sale on Nov. 10 in two trim grades, the automaker has announced.
BMW will sell its midsize crossover, which it calls a sports activity vehicle, as the X5 xDrive40i and the X5 xDrive50i. The later model will retail for at least $76,745. Both prices include a $995 delivery fee.
For 2019, the vehicle is available only in all-wheel drive. Other new standard features include USB-C ports for second-row passengers and a multiple-function bracket for BMW accessories. The X5 will now include an optional off-road package with air suspension and mechanical rear locking differential. An optional factory-installed trailer hitch allows the vehicle to tow up to 7,200 pounds.