Exclusive Lease Offer on X5 at BMW of Watertown

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - BMW of Watertown has released their special lease offer on the 2020 BMW X5. With $4,979 down, and $719/mo. for 36 months, now is the perfect time to lease a new X5 XDrive40i. The original X5 is known as the pioneer in “sports activity vehicles” or SAVs, a sensible choice for families and individuals living an active lifestyle. Both the XDrive 40i and sDrive40i come standard with a 335-horsepower engine that accelerates 0-60 MPH in just 5.2 seconds and 5.3 seconds, respectively. The driver has the option of choosing the suspension to be sportier or more comfortable. The extra third row with fold-down capabilities is useful for the occasional long drive or for families.

Plenty of convenience features come standard on the new X5 including cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, rear view camera, electric steering, front and rear heated seats, and more. The driver has complete control with transmission, cruise, and audio controls directly on the steering wheel. All models of the X5 come with air filtration, keyless ignition, and an impressive sound system. Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System provides a clear sound throughout all three rows.

Overall, the X5 proves to be a reliable and comfortable car. BMW of Watertown is known to provide its customers with a great car-buying experience. According to a recent Google review, BMW of Watertown “...provided us with all the information needed to make the buying decision including vehicle offerings, options, maintenance plans, warranties, etc.” BMW of Watertown is offering this deal on the 2020 BMW X5 for a limited time, so anyone interested in taking advantage of this limited time offer is encouraged to contact the dealership directly.

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For more information about BMW of Watertown, contact the company here:

BMW of Watertown
Joe Thomas
860-274-7515
joe.thomas@hoffmanauto.com
699 Straits Tpke
Watertown, CT 06795

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