Used 2012 BMW X5 Pricing

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2012 Highlights

After last year's refresh, the 2012 BMW X5 returns with some previously optional features becoming standard. Most notably, the xDrive50i now comes with the navigation system as standard.

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  • Athletic handling
  • potent and efficient engines
  • luxurious and comfortable interior
  • huge list of features
  • steadfast high-speed stability.


  • Standard steering is stiff at low speeds
  • ride may be firm for some
  • hefty price.

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Used 2012 BMW X5 for Sale

BMW X5 2012 xDrive35i 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Alpine White Beige leatherette48,394 miles
Used 2012BMW X5xDrive35i
Est.Loan: $455/mo
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BMW X5 2012 xDrive50i 4dr SUV AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) Jet Black Black Nappa premium leather84,861 miles
Used 2012BMW X5xDrive50i
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Prices Valid from 4/10/18 to 4/16/18 --EVERY VEHICLE HAS BEEN MARKED DOWN-- GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL to every customer who comes into Auto Trademark with a good job and down payment, even in this difficult credit environment and regardless of your credit situation. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS, MISPRINTS ON PRICES OR EQUIPMENT. PRICES EXCLUDE $599 PROCESSING FEE, TAX, TITLE AND TAGS.

BMW X5 2012 xDrive35i Premium 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Alpine White Sand Beige Perforated Nevada premium leather44,861 miles
Used 2012BMW X5xDrive35i Premium
Est.Loan: $382/mo
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$300 Below Market
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Dealer Notes

Backup Camera w/ Birds Eye View!!! LOW MILES - 44,861! Sunroof, NAV, Heated Leather Seats, DVD, All Wheel Drive, Panoramic Roof CLICK NOW! THIS X5 IS FULLY EQUIPPED: CONVENIENCE PKG: universal garage-door opener, Comfort Access keyless entry, rear-view camera w/top view, rear manual side window shades, compass in rear-view mirror, 4-zone climate control, navigation system, online information services, voice-command, Real Time Traffic Info, HARD DRIVE-BASED NAVIGATION SYSTEM: voice-command, Real Time Traffic Info, online information services, REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM: DVD player, 8 screen, SAND BEIGE, NEVADA LEATHER SEAT TRIM THE RIGHT TIME TO OWN THIS X5: Get world-leading performance at a great value: This X5 xDrive35i Premium is priced $1,300 below NADA Retail. Approx. Original Base Sticker Price: $55,200*. KEY FEATURES ON THIS X5 INCLUDE: Sunroof, Panoramic Roof, All Wheel Drive, Power Liftgate, Heated Driver Seat, Turbocharged, Premium Sound System, iPod/MP3 Input, Onboard Communications System, Aluminum Wheels, Heated Seats BMW 35i Premium with Alpine White exterior and Sand interior features a Straight 6 Cylinder Engine with 300 HP at 5800 RPM*. Extended warranty available! Non-Smoker vehicle. BMW X5: BEST IN CLASS: The X5 comes w/Rollover Protection System?not available on the M-Class, MDX or RX. One of Kelley Blue Book's Top 10 Models with Best Resale Value. Come experience this X5's award-winning performance, space and efficiency for yourself. AutoWeek credits X5 with being a great-handling SUV matched by few others in its class. AutoPacific Ideal Vehicle Award Winner. Pricing analysis performed on 4/16/2018. Horsepower calculations based on trim engine configuration. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.

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NHTSA Overall Rating

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  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

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  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front SeatNot Rated
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  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover17.4%

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How BMW lost a 15 year customer
We bought two X5's, one in 2001, one in 2011. The 2012 X5 has 28K miles on it and warranty expired in October '15. In early October, the car called BMW and said service was required. We took it and they could not say what service was needed. We told them to replace the wipers since we were there on our $1,000+ extended service plan. So far we have gotten two sets of wipers and two oil changes for our $1000. Don't buy that plan from them. It covers little. In December '15 the vehicle was leaking oil in the garage. They determined it was leaking from a hose going to the turbocharger and fixed it as a courtesy beyond the warranty period at no charge. 45 days later it was leaking again in the same spot in the garage. This time it was determined that the turbocharger needed replaced. They agreed to replace it with a 5% deductible of $263. Each trip there is painful. The service department is grossly understaffed. Today there was one adviser there, with a line waiting to see her. She was literally running, doing her best. After a 10 minute wait to pay and a 10 minute wait to get the vehicle, I was out. The car smells like glue really strong. I got an appraisal too, no longer having peace of mind. Our $60K car is now worth $18K private party/$12K trade in after 6 years, 4 months and 36,000 miles. BMW no longer holds it's value. Our 15 years of BMW loyalty are at an end. The quality of product has declined, and the dealer experiences are time consuming and frustrating. BMW is supposed to give you peace of mind and the ultimate driving experience. For us, they have failed. We went back to the dealer for a seat calibration warning in April 2017. Service department did good work. We waited while work was done and browsed the showroom. Salesman all around their central kiosk. After looking at new X5s I asked a salesperson a question about the new technology package. He told me to look on line for details. No interest in selling a new car (which would be a hard sell based on our X5 quality issues. A call to the sales manager was returned 3 days later.
Incredibly expensive to maintain the V8 Bi-Turbo
Constantly requiring expensive maintenance. Bought with 60K miles in 2015. Have spend $10,000 -- and this it at least 1/3 less than what the dealer would charge. EVERYTHING requires massive labor and parts are amazingly expensive. My 6th BMW, but my first V8 Bi-Turbo.
Confidence in the Passing Lane
On the highway, in the passing lane….this is where the BMW X5 sets itself apart. It holds the lane so well and it WANTS to go fast. It is so comfortable on a long trip home from the ski slopes. But there is a trade-off. While it may blow the doors of a Lexus GX in the passing lane, it will spend seemingly 3x as much time in the repair shop having annoying stuff fixed and warning lights turned off.