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General X5 Forum (F15) / M50d depreciation ?
« on: May 04, 2018, 12:43:06 AM »
Been offered a  well spec’d 2017 m50d for £48,000. Same one I’ve posted in the for sale section. In need of a car myself fairly quick and considering this.. can someone give me an idea of what they think depreciation will be like in the next 6 months or so?

I know garages can sell these cars fairly quick due to finance options and extra warranty but what about selling privately in the near future. He’s had it for sale for around a week and had a fair few silly offers so decided to sell it to a garage for quickness but gave me first refusal..


This is the car in question..

Buy and sell / Re: 2017 X5 M50d, low mileage / High spec.
« on: May 02, 2018, 10:51:16 PM »
The car will be sold to to a garage on weds. Any offers close to 50K takes it. Act quick for a bargain, had nothing but time waters so far

Buy and sell / Re: 2017 X5 M50d, low mileage / High spec.
« on: May 01, 2018, 03:22:04 PM »
Forgot to add, the reason for sale is their new facelift Range Rover sport has arrived earlier than expected..

Buy and sell / Re: 2017 X5 M50d, low mileage / High spec.
« on: May 01, 2018, 03:17:11 PM »
First owner was Sytner I think, second was private who then sold it back to Sytner as his wife didn’t like the car and third is the current.

Car is genuinely immaculate inside and out and priced very well for the right buyer.

Anymore Q’s just ask

Buy and sell / 2017 X5 M50d, low mileage / High spec.
« on: April 29, 2018, 03:54:59 PM »
Hi all. My father in law has his X5 for sale, cars immaculate and is pretty much new (1,200 miles).

Cars advertised at £52,500 but he’ll take sensible offers.


General X5 Forum (F15) / Re: X5 M50d wheel alignment
« on: April 24, 2018, 11:17:42 PM »
Decided against buying the m50d which is a shame. It’s a beautiful car to drive.

Alignment was attempted twice by bmw and both times the steering wheel is sitting ever so slightly to the left.

Anyone else had alignment issues with the X5?

General X5 Forum (F15) / X5 M50d wheel alignment
« on: April 20, 2018, 05:32:51 PM »
Backstory - cars a 2017 / 67” with around 1,000 miles. Car was bought from sytner in Sheffield with around 600 miles on the clock by my father in law. Been offered the car for a good price but wanted to get wheel alignment sorted out before I buy it. Steering wheel is off centre ( left hand down ). Took the car to get aligned today by a specialist on a John Bean machine. Once car was aligned and everything was in spec I took it for a drive and wheel is still off centre and left hand down. Garage thinks the steering needs to be calibrated as everything is reading within spec..

First question is, I know where geo isn’t covered under warranty but the cars barely been driven and alignment is off already. The garage we purchased car from is around 350 miles away so going back there is a no go. Called the dealer who supplied the car and they claim the car was perfect and will get back to me mon morning to let me know if they will cover the cost of alignment.

Second is has anyone has this issue with the F15 chassis X5 and was is rectified easily by KDS alignment ?

General X5 Forum (F15) / Re: 2017 X5 - M50d
« on: April 19, 2018, 02:58:58 AM »
Most likely it will take a hit once the new model arrives but a 75K car for 50K seems good enough to me - always wanted a new car but could never live with the depreciation..

General X5 Forum (F15) / Re: Fuel consumption M50D
« on: April 18, 2018, 02:42:22 AM »
I’ve driven the m50d I’m considering buying a few times and mpg seems poor for a Diesel - Even tho it’s fast for such a big car. Power also seems very on / off

General X5 Forum (F15) / Re: 2017 X5 - M50d
« on: April 16, 2018, 08:04:27 PM »
I thought price was fair too, steering wheel seems to be off Centre so I’ve asked the owner to have the wheel alignment checked and adjusted. Once I do a vin check I’ll know what options it has for sure.

A question about the servicing - I think the first one is due around 18,000 miles. Is this just mileage based or also time as well?

General X5 Forum (F15) / 2017 X5 - M50d
« on: April 16, 2018, 04:47:02 PM »
Hi all, possibly purchasing an X5 this week. Spec wise what I can see it has,

Harmon / Kardon
Black / Ivory interior extended to lower dash
Digital cockpit
Polished 21” wheels
Pan roof

Car only has 1,000 miles on the clock and the owners asking £50,000. In the opinion of current owners - in the next 6 months or so is the car set to depreciate a lot?

Also I know the first service isn’t due till 18,000 but is it time based as well - EG once a year ?

Newbies section / Re: 2017 X5 - M50d
« on: April 16, 2018, 02:04:42 AM »
Hi, thanks for the replies.

Driven both,

RRS - looks better ( subjective ), more cool gadgets such as auto side steps, air suspension which raises and lowers by a button also gives a more comfy ride, Brembo calipers, more spacious.

Cons - poor headlight, uncomfy seats, slower than X5, infotanement seems dates compared to Bmw.

X5 - fast, handles well, cars is new with only a 1,000 miles, virtual cockpit and Infotanement display is crisp, also has Harmon / Kardon.

Cons - subjectively doesn’t look as good, harsher ride, worse MPG - Around 22/23 mpg in town

I’ll use the vin de coder this week but a few Q’s,

Are comfort seats basically electrically controlled or is there more?

Is dynamic susp air susp which is adaptive?

Are the LED’s the ones which adapt to certain light levels and change direction?

Newbies section / 2017 X5 - M50d
« on: April 14, 2018, 04:49:22 PM »
Hi all. I’ll the market for my first 4x4.. m50d and 2017 RR sport dynamic are both contenders..

Any VIN decoders on the forum to find out the spec of a potential X5?

Any desirable options on the X5?

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