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2018 BMW X5 M

The BMW X5 M receives only minor updates for 2018. Among the changes are an updated iDrive infotainment and navigation system, and the formerly available Driver Assistance Plus package is now bundled into the Executive Package. Active Blind Spot Detection can now be had as a stand-alone option for $500.

2017 BMW X5 M

BMW sweats the details for the 2017 X5. Most of the changes involve relabeling various option packages, but the X5 now comes standard with touch-screen capability for the iDrive infotainment system, a navigation system updated to iDrive 5.0, and available wireless charging and Wi-Fi hotspots.

About BMW X5 M

Think of the 2018 BMW X5 M as the evil twin of the standard X5 luxury-midsize-crossover SUV. While the regular X5 is no slouch, the X5 M ups the ante to staggering levels. This high-performance SUV boasts 567 horsepower and can do 0-60 mph in four seconds flat -- which keeps it ahead of the Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S and just a tick behind the more expensive Porsche Cayenne Turbo. Along with the added power and other performance upgrades is a first-rate interior with all the amenities expected in a $100,000-plus luxury SUV. Potential downsides? Well, there’s that 6-figure price tag, and the X5 M may not have the emotional appeal of, say, a Cayenne, Maserati Levante or the forthcoming Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.

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