BMW Brings In The Refreshed X5 Facelift At A Much More Affordable Price Tag

  • Jul 14, 2023
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A mildly revised exterior and updated BMW i-Drive 8 infotainment system are some of the highlighting changes in the SUV

  • Facelifted BMW X5 launched in India at Rs 93.9 lakh. 
  • Comes in M Sport trim and can be had with both petrol and diesel engines. 
  • Gets revised bumpers, sleeker headlamps and new alloy rims. 
  • Inside, it gets BMW’s i-Drive 8 infotainment system with dual displays. 
  • Rivals Mercedes GLE, Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90. 

BMW India has launched the facelifted X5 luxury SUV on our shores from Rs 93.9 lakh (ex-showroom). This is the first facelift for this iteration of the X5, which was globally revealed back in February 2023. Like before, the X5 is offered with both petrol and diesel engines and both are offered in two trim levels. 

Take a look at the variant-wise prices:

Engine Options

Pre-facelift X5

Facelifted X5


Rs 98.5 lakh (M Sport)

  • Rs 93.9 lakh (xLine)

  • Rs 1.05 crore (M Sport)


Rs 99.9 lakh (Sport)

  • Rs 95.9 lakh (xLine)

  • Rs 1.07 crore (M Sport)

As you can see, the entry-level pricing of the X5 has gone down by a whopping Rs Rs 4.6 lakh. However, the equivalent variants that were there earlier have seen a price increase of up to Rs 4.6 lakh.

Design changes made to the X5 are rather miniscule. Up front, it gets the same large kidney grille is now illuminated, flanked by a pair of sleeker LED headlamps with revised insignias, giving it a mean look. The revised bumper with L-shaped inserts and a large airdam adds to aggression at front. In contrast, changes to the profile are limited to a new set of alloys while the rear gets revised tail lamps and bumper. 

It’s on the inside where the X5 dials up the premiumness, thanks to BMW’s new i-Drive 8 infotainment system. It consists of two floating displays consisting of a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display and 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Looks upmarket! Also, the central console looks a lot less cluttered now as most of the features are shifted to the touch screen, which eliminates the need for buttons. 

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No major changes have been made underneath the hood. The BMW X5 continues with its  3-litre petrol and a 3-litre diesel six-cylinder engine, both paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. However, this time around they put out more power than before. Take a look at the detailed specifications:


BMW X5 Petrol 

BMW X5 Diesel

Power (PS)

381PS (+41PS)

286PS (+21PS)

Torque (Nm)

520Nm (+70Nm)

650Nm (+30Nm)

The BMW X5 continues to lock horns with the Mercedes-Benz GLE, Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90.

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