BMW X5 Custom Rims.
Custom BMW X5 is stanced on 22-Inch Forged Alloy Wheel Rims.
BMW X5 custom rims and tires package is what you are looking for. Although we think that the tires should be mounted in your tire-shop because of the TPMS sensors, we offer BMW X5 custom rims and tires as a full package in 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24 Inches. You can have them in black, gunmetal, beluga black, chrome, silver, and many other finishes for all BMW models, including BMW X5 M rims as a package. Contact us today.
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Overview of the new BMW X5.
In our eyes, a mid-size luxury SUV is at its best when it so effortlessly blends on-road driving satisfaction with modern technology and a posh cabin—and the 2021 BMW X5 does just that. Three different powertrains are offered—including a plug-in hybrid model and a high-performance twin-turbo V-8—and the X5's road manners are decidedly athletic. Its styling is attractive without being overly flashy. The interior treats occupants with quality materials, comfortable seats, and a plethora of convenience and luxury features. It faces heady competition from the Audi Q7, the Porsche Cayenne, and the Mercedes-Benz GLE-class. Still, the X5 is a richly outfitted package well-equipped for the task at hand, which earned it an Editors' Choice award.
What's New for 2021?
For 2021, the X5's xDrive50i model has been replaced by the plug-in hybrid xDrive45e. The new plug-in hybrid powertrain consists of a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six and an electric motor for 389 horsepower. A 24.0-kWh battery pack provides up to 30 miles of electric-only driving range. The regular 40i models also receive some light electrification in a 48-volt hybrid system. Otherwise, the X5 gets only minimal changes, such as now coming standard with SiriusXM satellite radio; the racier M50i model gains remote start and ventilated front seats. We love saving money almost as much as we love the excellent performance, and that's why we think the xDrive40i is the X5 to buy. With a zero-to-60-mph time of 4.8 seconds, it's got sports-sedan acceleration, comes with an all-wheel drive and is a relative bargain in this price class. We'd recommend adding the Premium package for its head-up display, four-zone automatic climate control, remote engine start capability, Harman/Kardon stereo system, wireless phone charging, and Wi-Fi hotspot.