GO
(Choose up to 3 cars)
Compare Cars
5 cars match your search criteria.
Compare
BMW X1 Image

BMW X1

#15 in Luxury Compact SUVs

Though rivals have more passenger and cargo space, the 2015 BMW X1 delivers lively handling, exceptional fuel economy and strong engine options, reviewers report. Read full review»

Find the best local price:
U.S.News Scores
Overall:7.7
Critics' Rating:8.0
Performance:8.7
Interior:7.3
Safety:9.0
Reliability: 2_5
Compare
BMW X3 Image

BMW X3

#3 in Luxury Compact SUVs

With its athletic handling, powerful engines and incredibly roomy cabin, reviewers say the 2016 BMW X3 has few flaws aside from its slow engine stop/start system. Read full review»

Find the best local price:
U.S.News Scores
Overall:8.6
Critics' Rating:8.8
Performance:9.0
Interior:8.2
Safety:9.4
Reliability: NA
Compare
BMW X4 Image

BMW X4

#13 in Luxury Compact SUVs

While critics like the 2016 BMW X4's powerful engines, user-friendly infotainment system and quick steering, they note that competing SUVs have more cabin and cargo space. Read full review»

Find the best local price:
U.S.News Scores
Overall:7.9
Critics' Rating:7.8
Performance:8.7
Interior:7.6
Safety:N/A
Reliability: NA
Compare
BMW X5 Image

BMW X5

#1 in Luxury Midsize SUVs

The BMW X5 is among the most well-rounded SUVs in the class, critics say, because of its powerful engines, outstanding fuel economy and poised handling. Read full review»

Find the best local price:
U.S.News Scores
Overall:8.9
Critics' Rating:9.3
Performance:8.9
Interior:8.2
Safety:9.4
Reliability: 3_5
Compare
BMW X6 Image

BMW X6

#13 in Luxury Midsize SUVs

Critics report the redesigned 2015 BMW X6's limited cargo room makes it less practical than other SUVs, but they find it has agile handling and rapid acceleration.  Read full review»

Find the best local price:
U.S.News Scores
Overall:8.0
Critics' Rating:7.8
Performance:8.9
Interior:8.0
Safety:N/A
Reliability: 3_5
(Choose up to 3 cars)
Compare Cars

Safety scores should only be compared between vehicles of similar size and weight. Larger, heavier vehicles generally provide more protection than smaller, lighter ones.