BMW threw all its new tech into one car and the result is a better X5 that might actually go off-road.Read Full Review
- Off-road mode
- Easier to use infotainment system
- Added lane-change and reverse out of parking space semi-autonomous features
- Heated and cooled cup holders
- Lane keep assist is overly aggressive
- No Android Auto support
The X5’s benefits don’t come cheap. Prices start over $58,000, and you’ll easily spend more with options. Rivals like the Acura MDX, Volvo XC90 and Infiniti QX60 can be had for much less, with that last one starting nearly $14,000 cheaper. If you regularly need a third row, wait for the 2019 BMW X7 or opt for the QX60, MDX or a full-size SUV.