Skip to Main Content

Used BMW X5 SDrive35i in Atlanta, GA for Sale

2 Matches
Sort By:
Sort By

2016 BMW
X5

$33,998* 27K miles
CarMax Norcross
Free Transfer to your store - GA to GA
Free Transfer to your store - GA to GA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Norcross in Norcross, Georgia 30071
Description: Used 2016 BMW X5 SDrive35i for sale - $33,998, 27,806 miles with Premium Package, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Head Up Display, Run Flat Tires, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) The drive is second to none for a vehicle of its size. Excellent steering feel, taut suspension, great braking, and gobs of power. Tons of space and utility enhanced by small touches like the split tailgate. Interior makes you feel like you're flying first class. It's an glorious excess of a vehicle that's a ton of fun.

2016 BMW
X5

$29,998* 50K miles
CarMax Gastonia
Free Transfer to your store - NC to GA
Free Transfer to your store - NC to GA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Gastonia in Gastonia, North Carolina 28054
Description: Used 2016 BMW X5 SDrive35i for sale - $29,998, 50,110 miles with Premium Package, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Head Up Display, Run Flat Tires, Turbo Charged Engine, Leatherette Seats
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) Seats are comfortable and the car drives very smooth. Heat seat great and backup camera and sensors. There are some confusing things about it like the windshield wipers are either on or intermittent the intermittent mode took me forever to figure out and its just a strange setup. The heat doesn't blow out enough, sometimes I like the car air to really hit me this doesn't. The door locks are kind of a pain in the butt, overtime I exit the car I have to manually unlock the door or have the key in my hand, if I have my bag in the back and the key is in it if I get out of the car and open the back door its always locked. Tried to reprogram it on the computer but to no avail. Also the GPS is a little bit tricky when programming.

Reviews for BMW X5

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(186 reviews)

Fun to drive

Seats are comfortable and the car drives very smooth. Heat seat great and backup camera and sensors. There are some confusing things about it like the windshield wipers are either on or intermittent the intermittent mode took me forever to figure out and its just a strange setup. The heat doesn't blow out enough, sometimes I like the car air to really hit me this doesn't. The door locks are kind of a pain in the butt, overtime I exit the car I have to manually unlock the door or have the key in my hand, if I have my bag in the back and the key is in it if I get out of the car and open the back door its always locked. Tried to reprogram it on the computer but to no avail. Also the GPS is a little bit tricky when programming.

- Jill D, 2015 BMW X5

Great SUV, problems finding good service

Drives and handles great, plenty of power, fun, fun, fun! Space is flexible and it drives great when fully loaded or empty. Lot's of aftermarket upgrades available, online BMW community is strong, and lots of help. The only problems is with finding a decent dealer to service the SUV in S.E. Metro Phoenix. Every time I take it to the local dealer, they make more problems than they fix.

- MD Anderson, 2011 BMW X5

The perfect car, unless you're practical

The drive is second to none for a vehicle of its size. Excellent steering feel, taut suspension, great braking, and gobs of power. Tons of space and utility enhanced by small touches like the split tailgate. Interior makes you feel like you're flying first class. It's an glorious excess of a vehicle that's a ton of fun.

- James Mack, 2011 BMW X5

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.