BMW says the redesigned 2014 X5 crossover will start at $53,725 for the new rear-wheel-drive sDrive35i model.
The least expensive all-wheel-drive X5 model -- the xDrive35i -- will be priced from $56,025. The diesel X5 xDrive35d will be priced from $57,525 and the awd X5 xDrive50i, with a V-8 engine, will be priced from $69,125. All prices include a $925 destination charge.
Pricing on the base 2013 X5 xDrive35i started at $48,425, including destination. The 2013 base, premium and sport activity models have been streamlined into one new model for 2014, a BMW spokesman said.
Pricing for the 2014 xDrive50i increased $4,000 from $65,125 for the 2013 model.
The X5, available for the first time in rwd, is scheduled to go on sale in the fourth quarter.
The new sDrive35i and the xDrive35i will be powered by BMW's 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline six-cylinder engine.
All models include an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The redesigned X5 has a new front end, is slightly longer and will have new communications and safety features available.
New standard equipment on the X5 includes BMW's iDrive4.2 navigation system with a touch pad, 10 years of BMW Assist eCall and BMW TeleService, BMW Apps, Servotronic speed-sensitive power steering and BMW's auto stop-start system.
The X5 was introduced in 1999 and U.S. sales peaked in 2012 at 44,445 units, according to the Automotive News Data Center.
This year through may, U.S. sales of the X5 rose 13 percent to 18,053 units.