Real MPG: BMW X5 (2014 - 2018)

Number of RealMPGs submitted
15–46
Real MPG
31.3
Average

+Impressive interior quality and exceptionally comfortable, handles very well for such a big vehicle, available as a two-wheel drive 25d model with strong fuel economy.

-Aggressive looks not universally popular, expensive to buy, thirsty petrol engines, high running costs.

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Engine Official MPG (NEDC) Official MPG (WLTP) Real MPG Avg. Real MPG %  
M50d 36.2 mpg - 29.3 mpg 81% Submit
sDrive 25d 47.9–52.3 mpg - 34.1 mpg 68% Submit
X5 M 25.4 mpg - 18.0 mpg 71% Submit
xDrive 25d 50.4 mpg - 32.6 mpg 65% Submit
xDrive 30d 40.3–40.9 mpg - 31.8 mpg 78% Submit
xDrive 40d 40.3–40.9 mpg - 31.3 mpg 77% Submit
xDrive 40e 83.1 mpg - 36.7 mpg 44% Submit
xDrive 50d 36.2 mpg - 29.3 mpg 81% Submit
xDrive 50i 29.1 mpg - 18.3 mpg 63% Submit
*Based on WLTP MPG values

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BMW X5 (2014 - 2018)

Impressive interior quality and exceptionally comfortable, handles very well for such a big vehicle, available as a two-wheel drive 25d model with strong fuel economy.

Rivals

BMW X5 (2014 - 2018) 31.3 avg mpg
Audi Q7 (2015 on) 35.5 avg mpg
Lexus RC (2014 - 2020) 38.2 avg mpg
Volkswagen Golf GTE (2015 - 2020) 75.8 avg mpg

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