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Cheapest 0 Down 2021 X5 Leasing Specials in NYC
Imagine a new BMW SUV that comes with a powerful 6-cylinder turbocharged engine. An engine quick enough to go from 0-60 in about 6 seconds but also efficient enough to get 21+ MPG because of the newest mild-hybrid technology. An SUV that has large 19” rims and chrome exhaust tips but has the safety ratings you trust to keep your family safe.
You need to imagine no longer. Now for the first time in NYC, the newest 2021 BMW X5 SUV can be leased!
The 2021 model comes more advanced and better than ever. It can be connected to all your mobile devices with the push of a button (or voice), the Live Cockpit Professional unique to BMW is controlled on a 12.3″ digital display to fully connect and integrate navigation, weather, vehicle health, entertainment. You will be lacking nothing when you decide to lease the newest and hottest SUV in 2021; the BMW X5.
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The BMW X5: An SUV Revolution
BMW stands for Bavarian Motor Works and is based in Germany. They had their start in 1916, first making plane engines, some cars and motorcycles but after the second world war they began to specialize only in automobiles. The iconic blue and white emblem is meant to symbolize an airplane propeller circling with a blue sky in the background. Since their start, they have made reliable luxury cars and the newest 2021 X5 continues this legacy. The popularity and demand of this vehicle in the United States are so high that we actually have got access to some of the best X5 lease deals in the world, despite the car being German in origin. For years it was the largest in the BMW lineup but still an excellent choice for those in the mid-size market.
The driver of the X5 faces two large LCD screens on the dashboard. The first directly in front is the tachometer with the Speed and rpm and basic statistics about the car. It is a beautiful well-designed LCD screen that is easy to view both at night and during the day. The second screen is the multimedia control center based on BMW’s software the Idrive 7. From here users can control their temperature, sound, Bluetooth, satellite radio, and many other features available in the system. It can be controlled by both, touchscreen, and a standard dial located by the shifter. Standard with many mid-size SUVs is the backup camera to help in tight situations, which the X5 has, but going beyond the is the new 3d environment which generates a 360 view around the vehicle for the driver on the LCD screen.
The seats and interior radiate comfort and luxury. There are 4 options of interior trim ranging from aluminum to various wood tones. There is plenty of room in the front and back seats for both leg space and headspace. For the passengers in the back, there are air conditioner vents with independent controls for individual comfort. A large moon-roof is available for both the front and rear roof which enhances the traveling experience. Both back seats can fold down to maximum trunk space for larger loads. And there is even an option for the third row for additional seating for 2, suitable for children mostly. The back door is a split style lift-gate which is automatic and can be opened with the push of a button. The Upper door lifts like a standard SUV, but then the bottom quarter can be lowered down, for a greater width of entrance space. The storage space has expanded over previous years and is one reason the car is such a competitive mid-size SUV. Similar to other luxury vehicles the remote and key for the SUV is not necessary at all times, When the key is on you and close enough to the car, and it senses your hand behind the handle it will automatically unlock. The power start button in the center console also will only operate when the key is in close proximity to the vehicle.
The 2021 X5 also has a fresher interior design with a new shifter and climate control knobs, a new steering wheel and infotainment display. There is also voice control and gesture recognition.
The home screen can be customized with different pages and layouts.
The X5 has a beautiful chrome polished grill with a front-facing camera and 6 parking sensors in the lower part of the bumper to assist the driver. Visibility at night will is assisted by LED headlights as well as LED running lights. The hood has a clean but aggressive aerodynamic look which is redesigned from previous years. The beautiful alloy rims come in 20in but for the first time, BMW allows a manufacturing upgrade to 22 inches. An additional benefit of the remote entry system is mentioned earlier in the rear side mirrors automatically fold in when the car is locked. BMW has integrated a sleek dual exhaust that is visible through the two-tone bottom rear bumper which also contains 6 parking sensors. There is a fantastic feature available for the X5 named Adaptive suspension. There are several modes that raise or lower the ground clearance of the SUV based on the environment needs. Regardless of which suspension mode is chosen, it is always easy to enter and exit the car which is a major benefit of the X5 since some mid-size SUV can be difficult because of their size and height.
The X5’s new wheel-base is 1.6 inches larger than the 2021 sported. The X5 itself is 1.1 inches longer and 2.6 inches wider and sits an inch higher than last year’s model. While this doesn’t seem like much of a difference it does result in a roomier and comfortable interior.
The new X5 also sports new laser lights with bluish accents and a more dynamic roofline.
Performance and Price
There are two available models for the X5. The first and less expensive of the two coming in around 60k is the 40i. It comes with a 3.0-liter turbo 335 hp with an 8-speed automatic transmission and 330 LBS of torque reaching the tires. The upgraded model is the 50i around 75k and has an impressive 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine that increased HP up to 456 and 470 LBS of torque. The BMW ultimate care warranty is good for 4 years or 50k mile which can cover nearly all maintenance and upkeep. Fuel efficiency for the x5 is comparable to other mid-size SUVs of similar power of about 20 mpg in the city and 25+ on the highway. The extreme luxury of the X5 makes it easy to forget that the practical side of an SUV like its towing ability, with an impressive ability to haul over 7,000 LBS suitable for boats and trailers. One of the major perks of the luxury SUV class is the fantastic safety and tech features. BMW has integrated a parking assist which can measure available parking spaces to determine the ability to fit and use the sensors and camera to assist the drive into space, even parallel parking. Lane assists and assisted cruise control to improve not only the experience of driving but also safety. Traffic jam assist and evasion aid are other safety features that help to minimize both minor and serious collisions. A well-built frame and body of the X5 ensure high safety ratings inside, front, and rollover tests and is another reason why the X5 is such an excellent choice for those with families. Overall, the 2021 X5 is a luxurious and spacious SUV that has an interior to rival any competitor and sporty sleek exterior that proudly lives up to the BMW name and reputation.
2021 BMW X5’s Wide Range of New Technology
BMW has embraced technology in a big way adding a whole new range of technological features to the X5. These features include:
- Optional off-road Package that upgrades the air suspension on both axles and new rear locking differential.
- Live Cockpit Professional, which includes 2 large diagonal 12.3 inch LCD screens that allow you to access everything from Satellite Navigation to BMW connect services.
- Connected Package Professional incorporates remote services, concierge services, on-street parking information, real-time traffic information, Ability to open and start the X5 by using your Smartphone.
- The new 2021 X5 goes faster than last year’s model and has hot plates that shield the crankcase and cylinder head. There is also an all-new ignition with an improved start/stop function.
New Trim Options Available
The new 2021 X5 also comes with some new trim options which include Verasca leather variant as well as BMW Merino leather. While heated seats are standard there are also massaging and cooling seat options as well. The sunroof has 30% more glass area, and even the cup holders can be heated and cooled.
While the X5 has many safety features, the newest safety feature worth noting is the Emergency Stop Assistant. Should a driver become incapacitated due to a medical emergency the car can be safely stopped by pulling the electric brake switch. When this switch is activated this SUV pulls over to the side of the road, stops, turns on the hazard lights, and can even call the BMW service assist center for help.
Pros and Cons of Buying the BMW X5
If you are considering buying the BMW X5 here the pros and cons of this SUV you should be aware of:
- Enhanced off-road capabilities
- More attractive exterior
- Stable at high speeds
- Natural steering
- Brake by wire system
- Well designed cargo space
- Great safety features
- The add-ons can be quite expensive
- The 3rd row is cramped and not suitable for adults
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2021 BMW X5 FAQ:
Which safety features come on the 2021 X5 SUV?
The newest BMW X5 SUV lacks nothing, especially not safety features, it comes loaded with:
- Active Driving Assistant
- Active Blind Spot Detection
- Lane Departure Warning
- Active Cruise Control
- Extended Traffic Jam Assistant
How much does it cost to lease a new 2021 BMW X5 in NYC?
In NYC you can find some of the best lease deals on the new BMW X5 with lease payments as low as $846.25 per month when choosing a 36-month lease.
Does the new BMW X5 come with a moonroof?
The newest X5 not only comes with a moonroof but with a massive Panoramic Moonroof that allows visibility for both front and back seat passengers.
How many airbags does the 2021 BMW X5 have?
The 2021 X5 comes with Front-impact airbags, Side-impact airbags, Overhead airbags, & Knee airbags.
Does the 2021 BMW X5 have a powerful engine?
Yes, not only does the X5 have a 3 liter 335 HP engine but it comes turbocharged for optimal power.
Is the 2021 X5 a fuel-efficient vehicle?
Yes, the X5 can achieve 21 mpg in the city and up to 26 mpg on the highway, which for a mid-size SUV is above average.
Is the 2021 BMW X5 safe?
The 2021 BMW X5 has been rated by the NHTSA with a 4-star front crash rating and 5-star side crash ratings. Additionally, The X5 comes fully loaded with safety technology including: lane departure warning, pedestrian protection, frontal collision warning, and blind-spot monitoring.
How often does a leased BMW X5 need an oil change?
A leased X5 uses synthetic oil and should have it changed about every 7,500 miles. It could be more often depending on the driving conditions and climate.
How many people can the X5 seat?
The 2021 X5 can seat 5 people. The X5 is one of the most popular 2-row midsize luxury SUVs here at VIP Lease in NY.
How large is the touch screen in the 2021 X5?
There is a massive12.3-inch touch screen infotainment in the dash of the new X5.