Is the BMW X5 getting a facelift?
After nearly four years on sale, the SUV was due a refresh and the appearance of these camouflaged prototypes confirms that a new version of the X5 will be coming later this year with a tweaked exterior design and upgraded interior tech.
When did BMW X5 get facelift?
The E70 received a facelift for the 2011 model year, known as the LCI. For the 2011 model year, the X5 became BMW’s 3rd best-selling model, after the best-selling 3 Series (E90), and second best-selling 5 Series (F10).
What will the 2023 BMW X5 look like?
The SUV’s front end is expected to get a sharper front fascia, more angular headlights, and smaller grilles. At the back, the new X5 should receive a revised rear bumper and updated taillights. The upcoming 2023 X5 M will arrive with the same changes but feature larger air intakes and more muscular fenders.
How long does it take for a BMW X5 to be built?
In general, expect 4-5 weeks for BMW’s built in the USA (most X models) and 10 weeks for BMW’s built out of the USA to be delivered here on the West Coast. This timeline is from start of production, not from time of order placement.
What problems do BMW X5 have?
Most problems with the X5 stem from the interior trim quality with numerous rattles from around the glovebox, sunroof, rear seats and tailgate. The plastic covering on some interior trims can also start to peel.