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How much should you pay for a used 2016 BMW X5?

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You may have heard of crossover utility vehicles or compact utility vehicles, but the BMW X5 is unequivocally a sport utility vehicle. With options from 300 to 445 horsepower, BMW has managed to make a 3-row SUV that’s fun to drive with a 6 second 0-60 time on the base model, and under 5 seconds for the top of the line xDrive50i trim.

This kind of performance is virtually unmatched from a car with room for 7. And while a brand new BMW X5 can get extremely expensive, you can find a 2016 BMW X5 with nearly all of the features of a new one at a fraction of the price, and CoPilot is here to help you find one.

How Much Does the Average Used 2016 Bmw X5 Cost?                                

Certified Pre-Owned: $28,951

Savings vs. New: $36,014

The average certified pre-owned 2016 BMW X5 is currently listed at $28,951. That gives you a savings of over 55% off MSRP.

Non-Certified Pre-owned: $28,302

Savings vs. New: $36,663

Coming in at $649 below the average CPO listing, the average non-certified 2016 X5 costs $28,302, which is 56% less than a new BMW X5.


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What’s the Average Mileage for Used 2016 BMW X5s?

Average Certified Pre-Owned Mileage: 60,101

Average Uncertified Mileage: 63,588

What Factors Affect Used Prices the Most?

Certified/Non-certified Sstatus

The BMW certified pre-owned vehicle program provides a 12-month limited warranty with unlimited miles, trip interruption services, service loaners, and 247 roadside assistance. On average, the certified status adds only $649 to the list price, so you can look at it as about $54 per month for the warranty coverage, plus the reassurance of BMW’s inspection and reconditioning. 

Trim Levels & Features

The 2016 BMW X5 comes in four trims: sDrive35i, xDrive35i, xDrive35d, and xDrive50i.

2016 BMW X5 sDrive35i

The first trim of the 2016 BMW X5 has a lot to offer, with front and rear parking sensors, automatic wipers, foglights, dual-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic sunroof, power liftgate, roof rails, heated power-adjustable front seats, premium vinyl upholstery, a 10.2-inch infotainment screen with navigation, Bluetooth, USB, and aux smartphone connectivity, a CD player, and even voice controls.

The sDrive35i has BMW’s turbocharged 6-cylinder engine is paired with a rear-wheel powertrain and lists for an average price of $25,860.

2016 BMW X5 xDrive35i

The xDrive35i offers the same features and engine as the sDrive35i but instead has an all-wheel drive powertrain. For this upgrade, you can expect to pay $27,731.


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2016 BMW X5 xDrive35d

While the interior and tech features are the same for the xDrive35d as the sDrive35i and xDrive35i, under the hood is a 3.0L 6-cylinder turbodiesel engine with 255 horsepower. The average price for this trim is $30,996.

2016 BMW X5 xDrive50i

The xDrive50i trim is for you if the turbocharged V6 or turbodiesel weren’t powerful enough for you. The xDrive50i packs a 4.4L V8 with 445 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque.

Inside the cabin, this trim comes with leather seating,upgraded power front seats, keyless entry and ignition, a rearview camera, and a premium Harman Kardon audio system. This top of the line SUV will  cost around $32,741.


Amongst certified pre-owned 2016 BMW X5s, the average mileage is 60,101 miles, and it can be bought for $36,014 below MSRP of a new X5. This means you can expect to save $5,992 for every 10,000 miles on the odometer.

Meanwhile, the average non-certified 2016 X5 has been driven 63,588 miles and costs $36,663 less than a new model. For these non-CPO models, you should be saving about $5,766 for every 10,000 miles.


Buying a used or CPO luxury car is one of the smartest buys you can make - you can get a lot of car for not much money. You can pick up a three-year-old luxury car for about half of what you’d pay new. Check out this list of the best used luxury cars on the market to find the best deals. 

The Easiest Way to Find Reliable 2016 X5s in Your Area

Want to see the math behind which year model of BMW X5 you should buy? Check out CoPilot Compare, the search engine for nearly-new cars. We’ll break down your savings for each used year model of BMW X5 and search all the dealerships in your area for the best deals.

The best part? CoPilot is built using the same software that dealerships use, so you’ll get access to data you can’t get elsewhere, like how long a car has been on the lot or if there are better-priced alternatives nearby.

Also, CoPilot doesn’t work with dealerships, so there are no ‘promoted’ or ‘sponsored’ listings - just the best cars in your area. Learn more about how CoPilot works on our About Us page.