New Features Highlight the 2019 BMW X5 in Long Beach

At Long Beach BMW, drivers have anticipated the refreshed edition of the 2019 BMW X5. It's arrived here in our showroom and when you stop in to take a closer look, you'll discover these new features, and see why the BMW X5 has remained a popular luxury utility vehicle option in our area.

From the start, you will notice the 2019 BMW X5 boasts new exterior features with a reworked grille, adaptive LED headlights, and 22-inch wheels are available as well. Drivers will also be able to experience a larger panoramic moonroof to soak in the sun riding down the Pacific Coast Highway or headed to the beach. A new feature on the 2019 BMW X5 is also a power-split tailgate, which will open as a liftgate, and also provide an additional open as a tailgate as well to give you added versatility for storage purposes.

With iDrive 7.0, you're getting the latest edition of BMW's infotainment system for seamless integration and a user-friendly interface. There's also the new 12.3-inch Live Cockpit which provides a customized instrument cluster where you can place the details that are important to you within sight.

Additionally, There are plenty of standard and available safety which includes:

  • Speed Limit Info
  • Active Blind Spot Detection
  • Cross Traffic Alert
  • Frontal Collision Warning with City Collision Mitigation, and more

The new BMW X5 also has powerful engines that offer more performance with both a six-cylinder option with 335 horsepower and a V8 with 456 horsepower. That's the type of power that provides premium cruising throughout Long Beach to places like Ballast Point Brewery and beyond.

To learn more about the 2019 BMW X5, you may research BMW vehicles online or take a look at our current new BMW here in our showroom where we'd be happy to provide more details and let you explore your choices.

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