BMW X5 vs Jaguar I-Pace

Should you buy BMW X5 or Jaguar I-Pace? Find out which car is best for you - compare the two models on the basis of their Price, Size, Space, Boot Space, Service cost, Mileage, Features, Colours and other specs. BMW X5 price starts at Rs 96 Lakh ex-showroom for xDrive40i xLine (Petrol) and Jaguar I-Pace price starts Rs 1.26 Cr ex-showroom for HSE (Electric).

X5 Vs I-Pace

Key HighlightsBMW X5Jaguar I-Pace
On Road PriceRs.1,28,20,403*Rs.1,31,81,156*
Range (km)-470
Fuel TypeDieselElectric
Battery Capacity (kWh)-90 kw
Charging Time-8 H 30 Min - AC 11 kW (0-100%)
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BMW X5 vs Jaguar I-Pace comparison

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        BMW X5
        BMW X5
        Rs1.09 Cr*
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            Jaguar I-Pace
            Jaguar I-Pace
            Rs1.26 Cr*
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          • xDrive30d M Sport
            rs1.09 Cr*
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          • HSE
            rs1.26 Cr*
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          Basic Information
          On-Road Price in New Delhi
          Rs.1,28,20,403*
          Rs.1,31,81,156*
          Finance Available (EMI)
          Rs.2,45,015/month
          Get EMI offers
          Rs.2,50,891/month
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          Insurance
          Rs.1,81,323
          X5 Insurance
          Rs.4,95,556
          I-Pace Insurance
          User Rating
          4.1
          Based on 72 Reviews
          4.1
          Based on 78 Reviews
          Brochure
          Download Brochure
          Download Brochure
          Running Cost
          Running cost per km measures the expense of driving your EV per kilometer. Running Cost/Km = (Battery Capacity of EV * Per Unit Electricity Cost ) / Range on full charge.
          -
          ₹ 1.91/km
          Engine & Transmission
          Engine Type
          Engine type in car refers to the type of engine that powers the vehicle. There are many different types of car engines, but the most common are petrol (gasoline) and diesel engines
          TwinPower Turbo 6-cylinder engine
          Not applicable
          Displacement (cc)
          The displacement of an engine is the total volume of all of the cylinders in the engine. Measured in cubic centimetres (cc)
          2993
          Not applicable
          No. of Cylinders
          ICE engines have one or more cylinders. More cylinders typically mean more smoothness and more power, but it also means more moving parts and less fuel efficiency.
          Not applicable
          Fast Charging
          Fast charging typically refers to direct current (DC) charging from an EV charge station, and is generally quicker than AC charging. Not all fast chargers are equal, though, and this depends on their rated output.
          Not applicable
          No
          Charging Time
          Not applicable
          8 H 30 Min - AC 11 kW (0-100%)
          Battery Capacity (kWh)
          Not applicable
          90
          Motor Type
          Not applicable
          EV400
          Max Power (bhp@rpm)
          Power dictates the performance of an engine. It's measured in horsepower (bhp) or metric horsepower (PS). More is better.
          281.68bhp@4000rpm
          394.26bhp
          Max Torque (nm@rpm)
          The load-carrying ability of an engine, measured in Newton-metres (Nm) or pound-foot (lb-ft). More is better.
          650Nm@1500-2500rpm
          696Nm
          Valves Per Cylinder
          The number of intake and exhaust valves in each engine cylinder. More valves per cylinder means better engine breathing and better performance but it also adds to cost.
          4
          Not applicable
          Turbo Charger
          A device that forces more air into an internal combustion engine. More air can burn more fuel and make more power. Turbochargers utilise exhaust gas energy to make more power.
          Twin
          Not applicable
          Super Charger
          A device that forces more air into an internal combustion engine. More air can burn more fuel and make more power. Superchargers utilise engine power to make more power.
          No
          Not applicable
          Range (km)
          Not applicable
          470 km
          Battery Warranty
          A battery warranty is a guarantee offered by the battery manufacturer or seller that the battery will perform as expected for a certain period of time or number of cycles. Battery warranties typically cover defects in materials and workmanship
          Not applicable
          8 Years or 160000 km
          Battery Type
          Small lead-acid batteries are typically used by internal combustion engines for start-up and to power the vehicle's electronics, while lithium-ion battery packs are typically used in electric vehicles.
          Not applicable
          Lithium ion
          Charging Time (A.C)
          The time taken to charge batteries from mains power or alternating current (AC) source. Mains power is typically slower than DC charging.
          Not applicable
          8 Hours 30 Min AC 11 kW
          Regenerative Braking
          Not applicable
          Yes
          Regenerative Braking Levels
          Not applicable
          Yes
          Charging Port
          Not applicable
          CCS-II
          Transmission Type
          Automatic
          Automatic
          Gear Box
          The component containing a set of gears that supply power from the engine to the wheels. It affects speed and fuel efficiency.
          8-Speed Steptronic
          1-Speed
          Mild Hybrid
          A mild hybrid car, also known as a micro hybrid or light hybrid, is a type of internal combustion-engined car that uses a small amount of electric energy for assist.
          NoNo
          Drive Type
          Specifies which wheels are driven by the engine's power, such as front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, or all-wheel drive. It affects how the car handles and also its capabilities.
          Charger Type
          Not applicable
          Home Changing Cable
          Fuel & Performance
          Fuel Type
          Diesel
          Electric
          Mileage ARAI (kmpl)
          12
          -
          Emission Norm Compliance
          Indicates the level of pollutants the car's engine emits, showing compliance with environmental regulations.
          BS VI 2.0
          ZEV
          Top Speed (kmph)
          243
          200
          Drag Coefficient
          A measure of how much air pressure a car faces as it moves through the air. It affects the fuel efficiency and the speed of the car.
          -
          0.29
          Suspension, Steering & Brakes
          Front Suspension
          The system of springs, shock absorbers, and linkages that connects the front wheels to the car body. Reduces jerks over bad surfaces and affects handling.
          Adaptive 2-axle Air Suspension
          Coil Suspension
          Rear Suspension
          The system of springs, shock absorbers, and linkages that connects the rear wheels to the car body. It impacts ride quality and stability.
          Adaptive 2-axle Air Suspension
          Coil Suspension
          Steering Type
          The mechanism by which the car's steering operates, such as manual, power-assisted, or electric. It affecting driving ease.
          Electric
          Electric
          Steering Column
          The shaft that connects the steering wheel to the rest of the steering system to help maneouvre the car.
          -
          Tilt & Telescopic
          Turning Radius (Metres)
          The smallest circular space that needs to make a 180-degree turn. It indicates its manoeuvrability, especially in tight spaces.
          -
          12.35
          Front Brake Type
          Specifies the type of braking system used on the front wheels of the car, like disc or drum brakes. The type of brakes determines the stopping power.
          Disc
          Ventilated Disc
          Rear Brake Type
          Specifies the type of braking system used on the rear wheels, like disc or drum brakes, affecting the car's stopping power.
          Disc
          Ventilated disc
          Top Speed (Kmph)
          The maximum speed a car can be driven at. It indicates its performance capability.
          243
          200
          0-100kmph (Seconds)
          The rate at which the car can increase its speed from a standstill. It is a key performance indicator.
          6.1
          4.8
          Drag Coefficient
          A measure of how much air pressure a car faces as it moves through the air. It affects the fuel efficiency and the speed of the car.
          -
          0.29
          Tyre Size
          The dimensions of the car's tyres indicating their width, height, and diameter. Important for grip and performance.
          21
          -
          Tyre Type
          Tells you the kind of tyres fitted to the car, such as all-season, summer, or winter. It affects grip and performance in different conditions.
          Tubeless, Runflat
          Radial, Tubeless
          Wheel Size (Inch)
          The diameter of the car's wheels, not including the tyres. It affects the car's ride, handling, and appearance.
          -
          R19
          Alloy Wheel Size Front (Inch)
          21
          -
          Alloy Wheel Size Rear (Inch)
          21
          -
          Dimensions & Capacity
          Length (mm)
          The distance from a car's front tip to the farthest point in the back.
          4922
          4682
          Width (mm)
          The width of a car is the horizontal distance between the two outermost points of the car, typically measured at the widest point of the car, such as the wheel wells or the rearview mirrors
          2218
          2139
          Height (mm)
          The height of a car is the vertical distance between the ground and the highest point of the car. It can decide how much space a car has along with it's body type and is also critical in determining it's ability to fit in smaller garages or parking spaces
          1745
          1566
          Ground Clearance Unladen (mm)
          The laden ground clearance is the vertical distance between the ground and the lowest point of the car when the car is empty. More ground clearnace means when fully loaded your car won't scrape on tall speedbreakers, or broken roads.
          -
          174
          Wheel Base (mm)
          Distance between the centre of the front and rear wheels. Affects the car’s stability & handling .
          2819
          2990
          Front Tread (mm)
          The distance from the centre of the left tyre to the centre of the right tyre of a four-wheeler's front wheels. Also known as front track. The relation between the front and rear tread/track numbers decides a cars stability.
          -
          1395
          Rear Tread (mm)
          The distance from the centre of the left tyre to the centre of the right tyre of a fourwheeler's rear wheels. Also known as Rear Track. The relation between the front and rear Tread/Track numbers dictates a cars stability
          1686
          1660
          Kerb Weight (kg)
          Weight of the car without passengers or cargo. Affects performance, fuel efficiency, and suspension behaviour.
          2170
          2133
          Grossweight (kg)
          The gross weight of a car is the maximum weight that a car can carry which includes the weight of the car itself, the weight of the passengers, and the weight of any cargo that is being carried. Overloading a car is unsafe as it effects handling and could also damage components like the suspension.
          -
          2670
          Rear Headroom (mm)
          Vertical space in the rear of a car from the seat to the roof. More rear headroom means taller passengers have ample space above their heads, enhancing comfort.
          -
          1013
          verified
          Rear Legroom (mm)
          Rear legroom in a car is the distance between the front seat backrests and the rear seat backrests. The more legroom the more comfortable the seats.
          -
          890
          Front Headroom (mm)
          Vertical space in the front of a car from the seat to the roof. More headroom means more space for the front passenger and driver.
          -
          1013
          verified
          Front Legroom (mm)
          The distance from the front footwell to the base of the front seatback. More leg room means more comfort for front passengers
          -
          1040
          verified
          Seating Capacity
          The maximum number of people that can legally and comfortably sit in a car.
          5
          5
          Boot Space (Litres)
          The amount of space available in the car's trunk or boot for keeping luggage and other items. It is measured in cubic feet or litres.
          645
          656
          No. of Doors
          The total number of doors in the car, including the boot if it's considered a door. It affects access and convenience.
          5
          5
          Comfort & Convenience
          Power Steering
          Mechanism that reduces the effort needed to operate the steering wheel. Offered in various types, including hydraulic and electric.
          YesYes
          Power Windows Front
          Front windows that can be rolled up and down electronically. A must-have feature for modern-day cars.
          YesYes
          Power Windows Rear
          Rear windows that can be rolled up and down electronically at the touch of a button.
          YesYes
          Power Boot
          An automated system that opens and closes the car's boot lid or trunk with the press of a button or remote control. Makes accessing the boot easier.
          YesYes
          Automatic Climate Control
          Automatically adjusts the car’s cabin temperature. Removes the need to manually adjust car AC temperature every now and then & offers a set it and forget it convenience.
          4 Zone
          2 Zone
          Air Quality Control
          Air filters, also known as air purifiers, purify the air of the cabin by absorbing any harmful or contaminated particles.
          Yes
          -
          Remote Trunk Opener
          A feature to open the trunk remotely for convenience. Useful when your hands are full, and you need to access the trunk without manually unlocking or lifting it.
          Yes
          -
          Remote Engine Start/Stop
          Allows you to start//stop the car remotely, via the key fob or the carmaker's mobile app, without entering the car.
          Yes
          -
          Low Fuel Warning Light
          A dashboard indicator that alerts the driver when the fuel level is low. Gives a reminder to refill fuel to avoid stalling.
          Yes
          -
          Accessory Power Outlet
          12V power socket to power your appliances, like phones or tyre inflators.
          YesYes
          Trunk Light
          Lighting for the boot area. It usually turns on automatically when the boot is opened.
          YesYes
          Vanity Mirror
          A mirror, usually located behind the passenger sun shade, used to check one's appearance. More expensive cars will have these on the driver's side and some cars even have this feature for rear seat passengers too.
          YesYes
          Rear Reading Lamp
          A light provided in the rear seating area of the car. It allows passengers to read or see in the dark without disturbing the driver.
          YesYes
          Rear Seat Headrest
          Adjustable cushions on the top of the rear seats that provide head support for passengers. They increase the comfort and safety of passengers.
          YesYes
          Adjustable Headrest
          Unlike fixed headrests, these can be moved up or down to offer the ideal resting position for the occupant's head.
          YesYes
          Rear Seat Centre Arm Rest
          A foldable armrest for the rear passengers, usually in the middle, which also comprises cup holders or other small storage spaces. When not in use, it can be folded back into the seat, so that an additional occupant can be seated.
          YesYes
          Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts
          A type of seat belt on which the height can be adjusted, to help improve comfort.
          Yes
          -
          Cup Holders Front
          Storage spaces that are specifically designed to hold cups or beverage cans. Sometimes these can be cooled and heated too.
          YesYes
          Cup Holders Rear
          Storage space located in the rear part of the car's interior. It is designed to securely hold cups or bottles for backseat passengers.
          YesYes
          Rear AC Vents
          Dedicated AC vents for the rear passengers, usually located between the front seats. Helps cool the rear compartment, while offering passengers the option to control the flow. Some rear AC vents allow for fan speed control.
          YesYes
          Heated Seats Front
          Front seats equipped with a heating feature for comfort. Makes the seats cozy and warm on chilly days. Useful feature in cold climates.
          -
          Yes
          Seat Lumbar Support
          Additional support for the lower back in the car seats. It is adjustable (manual or powered), allowing users to adjust the level of support according to their preference.
          YesYes
          Active Noise Cancellation
          A feature that reduces unwanted ambient sounds in the car's cabin by emitting opposite sound waves. It makes the cabin silent.
          -
          Yes
          Multifunction Steering Wheel
          A steering wheel that has many buttons to control various functions of the infotainment system and key car functions like cruise control. This allows the driver to manage these functions without taking their hands off the steering wheel.
          YesYes
          Cruise Control
          An electronic system that automatically maintains the car's speed set by the driver, reducing the need for constant pedal use. Useful feature for long highway drives.
          YesYes
          Parking Sensors
          Sensors on the vehicle's exterior that use either ultrasonic or electromagnetic waves bouncing off objects to alert the driver of obstacles while parking.
          Front & Rear
          Front & Rear
          Navigation System
          An in-car system that provides maps and directions. Helps in finding the shortest routes. Also gives an idea about the traffic situation on different routes.
          YesYes
          Real-Time Vehicle Tracking
          A connected car technology feature that tracks your car in real time, showing you its exact location.
          -
          Yes
          Foldable Rear Seat
          Rear seats that can be folded down to create additional storage space.
          40:20:40 Split
          40:20:40 Split
          Smart Access Card Entry
          Allows you to lock/unlock the car by simply carrying the smart key with you, without using the buttons on a key.
          Yes
          -
          Engine Start Stop Button
          A button that allows starting or stopping the engine without using a traditional key. It enhances convenience.
          YesYes
          Glove Box Cooling
          A function in the glove box that allows you to keep food items and beverages cool for long durations.
          -
          Yes
          Bottle Holder
          A compartment in the car for holding bottles. Usually located in car door pockets. More bottle holders means more bottles can be stored at once.
          Front & Rear Door
          Front Door
          Voice Command
          A feature that allows the driver to operate some car functions using voice commands. Make using features easy without distractions.
          Yes
          -
          Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddles
          Buttons behind the steering wheel for manual gear changes. Found in automatic cars and placed ergonomically, making gear changes easier.
          Yes
          -
          USB Charger
          A port in the car that allows passengers to charge electronic devices like smartphones and tablets via USB cables.
          Front
          Front & Rear
          Steering Mounted TripmeterYesYes
          Central Console Armrest
          An added convenince feature to rest one's hand on, while also offering features like cupholders or a small storage space.
          YesYes
          Tailgate Ajar
          A warning to indicate that the vehicle's boot or tailgate isnt properly closed.
          YesYes
          Hands-Free Tailgate
          A tailgate that, in most cases, can be opened automatically by swiping your foot under the rear bumper.
          YesYes
          Gear Shift Indicator
          A display that shows the current gear the car is in. More advanced versions also suggest the most prefered gear for better efficiency.
          -
          Yes
          Luggage Hook And Net
          -
          Yes
          Battery Saver
          A feature designed to extend the battery's life by reducing unnecessary power drain when the car is not in use.
          -
          Yes
          Lane Change Indicator
          Blinking lights on the car's sides that signal the intention to change lanes. It improves road safety.
          Yes
          -
          Additional Features
          Widescreen Curved Display, Fully Digital 12.3 Instrument Display
          40:20:40 folding rear seats with centre armrest, Public charging cable (5 ), 16-way heated and cooled electric driver memory front seats
          Memory Function Seats
          Seats that can remember and electrically adjust to preset positions at the touch of a button. Great feature if you have multiple drivers for one car.
          Front
          Front
          One Touch Operating Power Window
          Unlike standard power windows, this one allows you to roll up/down the window fully with a single press of the button.
          All
          Driver's Window
          Autonomous Parking
          A feature that allows the car to park itself. Reduces driver effort while parking the car.
          No
          -
          Drive Modes
          Various pre-set modes that adjust the car's performance characteristics to suit different driving conditions. These modes adjust how the car responds to the driver's input.
          4
          6
          Air Conditioner
          A car AC is a system that cools down the cabin of a vehicle by circulating cool air. You can select temperature, fan speed and direction of air flow.
          YesYes
          Heater
          A heating function for the cabin. A handy feature in cold climates.
          YesYes
          Adjustable Steering
          Allows the driver to adjust the position of the steering wheel to their liking. This can be done in two ways: Tilt and/or Reach
          YesYes
          KeyLess EntryYesYes
          Height Adjustable Driver Seat
          Refers to a driver's seat that can be raised vertically. This is helpful for shorter drivers to find a better driving position.
          Yes
          -
          Electric Adjustable Seats
          Seats that can be adjusted electronically. Usually seen in higher end cars.
          Front
          Front
          Automatic Headlamps
          Headlights that turn on and off automatically based on the time of day or environmental lighting conditions.
          YesYes
          Interior
          Tachometer
          A tachometer shows how fast the engine is running, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM). In a manual car, it helps the driver know when to shift gears.
          YesYes
          Electronic Multi Tripmeter
          Measures the distance a vehicle has travelled for a particular trip. A multi-tripmeter can keep track of multiple distances. For example kilometres since the last fuel up and kilometres travelled since the last service. The different tripmeters can be reset by the user as and when needed.
          YesYes
          Leather SeatsYesYes
          Fabric Upholstery
          Seat coverings made from cloth. Affects comfort and interior style.
          No
          -
          Leather Steering WheelYesYes
          Glove Compartment
          It refers to a storage compartment built into the dashboard of a vehicle on the passenger's side. It is used to store vehicle documents, and first aid kit among others.
          YesYes
          Digital Clock
          Refers to a display that shows the current time in a digital (numerical) format.
          YesYes
          Outside Temperature DisplayYesYes
          Digital Odometer
          A meter that keeps track of the total kilometres a vehicle has travelled. This cannot be reset by an owner and serves as a record for tracking service intervals and waranty validity, and also is important when selling the vehicle.
          YesYes
          Driving Experience Control EcoYesYes
          Dual Tone Dashboard
          When the dashboard has two colours of trim it's called a dual tone dashboard.
          YesYes
          Additional Features
          Black, Sensatec Black
          16-way heated and cooled electric driver memory front seats with 2-way manual headrests, Windsor leather sport seats, Heated, electric, power fold, memory door mirrors with approach lights and auto-diing driver side
          Digital Cluster
          Widescreen Curved Display, Fully Digital 12.3 Instrument Display
          -
          Digital Cluster Size (Inch)
          12.3
          -
          Ambient Light Colour
          6
          -
          Exterior
          Available ColorsSkyscraper Grey MetallicMineral White MetallicTanzanite Blue MetallicDravit Grey MetallicBlack Sapphire MetallicBlue Ridge Mountain Metallic+1 MoreX5 ColorsEgier Gray In Satin FinishEiger Gray Gloss FinishOstuni Pearl White Gloss FinishPortofino Blue Gloss FinishCarpathian Gray Satin FinishFuji WhiteFirenze Red-Gloss FinishSantroini Black-Gloss FinishCarpathian Gray-Gloss Finish+4 MoreI-Pace Colors
          Body Type
          Adjustable HeadlightsYes
          -
          Fog Lights Front
          Extra lights at the front of the car that improve visibility in foggy conditions. Useful during low visibility conditions under foggy weather.
          YesYes
          Fog Lights Rear
          Extra lights at the back of the car that make it more visible to other drivers in foggy conditions.
          Yes
          -
          Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror
          Power-adjustable exterior rear view mirror is a type of outside rear view mirror that can be adjusted electrically by the driver using a switch or buttons.
          YesYes
          Manually Adjustable Ext Rear View Mirror
          Manually adjustable exterior rear view mirrors refer to stick-like controls inside the car that are used to adjust the angle of the exterior rear view mirrors.
          No
          -
          Electric Folding Rear View Mirror
          A vehicle's rear-view mirrors that can open and close at the touch of a button.
          YesYes
          Headlamp Washers
          Water jets that clean the headlights. Beneficial when driving in the rain, or in muddy conditions.
          -
          Yes
          Rain Sensing Wiper
          Windshield wipers that activate on their own when they detect rain. Removes the need to turn the wipers ON/OFF when the rain starts/stops.
          YesYes
          Rear Window Wiper
          A device that cleans the rear window with the touch of a button. Helps enhance visibility in bad weather.
          No
          -
          Rear Window Defogger
          A heating element in the rear window to remove fog and melt frost from the rear window.
          YesYes
          Wheel CoversNo
          -
          Alloy Wheels
          Lightweight wheels made of metals such as aluminium. Available in multiple designs, they enhance the look of a vehicle.
          YesYes
          Power AntennaNo
          -
          Tinted Glass
          Windows with a transparent thin film for privacy and to reduce sunlight. Saves the car interiors from direct sunlight. Also reduces glare and improves visibility during the day.
          No
          -
          Rear Spoiler
          Increases downforce on the rear end of the vehicle. In most cars, however, they're used simply for looks.
          YesYes
          Roof CarrierNo
          -
          Sun Roof
          A glass panel on the roof of a vehicle, either just over the front seats or extending further backward towards the rear.
          YesYes
          Side Stepper
          Side steppers are a convenience feature, usually offered in vehicles with high floors, to make it easier to step into or out of the car. They are either pemanently fixed near the side of the vehicle or deploy electrically. The latter is usually only with luxury cars.
          No
          -
          Outside Rear View Mirror Turn Indicators
          An additional turn indicator located on the outside mirror of a vehicle that warns both oncoming and following traffic.
          YesYes
          Integrated AntennaYesYes
          Chrome Grille
          A shiny silver finish on the grille of a vehicle.
          YesYes
          Chrome Garnish
          Shiny glass-like decorative details on the car's exterior for a premium look.
          YesYes
          Halogen HeadlampsNo
          -
          Cornering Headlamps
          Headlights with extra bulbs that turn on when the steering wheel rotates left or right. Improves visibility at night while taking turns.
          YesNo
          Roof Rail
          Rails on the top of the car for carrying luggage. Useful if you have less storage inside the car or if you carry a lot of things while travelling.
          YesYes
          Lighting
          LED Headlights,DRL's (Day Time Running Lights),Rain Sensing Driving Lights,Cornering Headlights,LED Tail lamps,LED Fog Lights
          LED Headlights,DRL's (Day Time Running Lights)
          Trunk Opener
          Smart
          -
          Heated Wing Mirror
          Heated wing mirrors can also be called mirror defoggers. As the name says, using heat, the outside rear view mirrors can be cleared from fogging up during cold/rainy weather, improving rearward visibility and safety.
          YesYes
          LED DRLs
          LED daytime running lights (DRL) are not to be confused with headlights. The intended purpose is to help other road users see your vehicle better while adding to the car's style.
          YesYes
          LED Headlights
          Refers to the use of LED lighting in the main headlamp. LEDs provide a bright white beam, making night driving safer.
          YesYes
          LED Taillights
          Refers to the use of LED lighting in the taillamps.
          YesYes
          LED Fog Lamps
          Refers to the use of LED lighting in the fog lamp. A fog lamp is placed low on the bumper to help illuminate the road and surrounding area, enhancing safety in foggy/rainy conditions.
          YesYes
          Additional Features
          Illuminated Kidney (Iconic Glow) Grille, BMW Adaptive LED Headlights with(BMW Selective Beam, High-beam assistant,Blue Design Element, Accent lighting with turn indicators), Sun Protection Glazing, Exterior mirrors(anti-dazzle function (driver's side) and parking function for passenger side exterior mirror), Two-part tailgate, BMW Individual roof rails High-Gloss Shadow Line
          Matrix LED headlights with signature DRL, 19 Style, Diamond Turned with Gloss Dark Grey contrast
          Automatic Driving Lights
          Car headlamps that automatically turn on in low light conditions and switch off in bright conditions.
          YesYes
          Sunroof
          Panoramic
          -
          Heated Outside Rear View MirrorYes
          -
          Tyre Size
          The dimensions of the car's tyres indicating their width, height, and diameter. Important for grip and performance.
          21
          -
          Tyre Type
          Tells you the kind of tyres fitted to the car, such as all-season, summer, or winter. It affects grip and performance in different conditions.
          Tubeless, Runflat
          Radial, Tubeless
          Wheel Size (Inch)
          The diameter of the car's wheels, not including the tyres. It affects the car's ride, handling, and appearance.
          -
          R19
          Safety
          Anti Lock Braking System
          A safety system that prevents a car's wheels from locking up during hard braking to maintain steering control.
          YesYes
          Brake AssistYes
          -
          Central Locking
          A system that locks or unlocks all of the car's doors simultaneously with the press of a button. A must-have feature in modern cars.
          YesYes
          Child Safety Locks
          Safety locks located on the car's rear doors that, when engaged, allows the doors to be opened only from the outside. The idea is to stop the door from opening unintentionally.
          YesYes
          Anti Theft Alarm
          An alarm system that sounds when anyone tries to access the car forcibly or break into it.
          YesYes
          No. of Airbags
          6
          6
          Driver Airbag
          An inflatable air bag located within the steering wheel that automatically deploys during a collision, to protect the driver from physical injury
          YesYes
          Passenger Airbag
          An inflatable safety device designed to protect the front passenger in case of a collision. These are located in the dashboard.
          YesYes
          Side Airbag FrontYesYes
          Side Airbag RearNoNo
          Day Night Rear View Mirror
          A rearview mirror that can be adjusted to reduce glare from headlights behind the vehicle at night.
          -
          Yes
          Xenon HeadlampsNo
          -
          Seat Belt Warning
          A warning buzzer that reminds passengers to buckle their seat belts.
          YesYes
          Door Ajar Warning
          A function that alerts the driver when any of the doors are open or not properly closed.
          YesYes
          Traction ControlYes
          -
          Tyre Pressure Monitor
          This feature monitors the pressure inside each tyre, alerting the driver when one or more tyre loses pressure.
          YesYes
          Engine Immobilizer
          A security feature that prevents unauthorized access to the car's engine.
          Yes
          -
          Electronic Stability Control
          Improves the car's stability by detecting and reducing loss of grip.
          Yes
          -
          Advance Safety Features
          Automatic Start/Stop function, Active Air Stream Kidney Grille, Intelligent Light Weight Construction with 50:50 load distribution, Brake Energy Regeneration, Active Park Distance Control (PDC), Attentiveness Assistant, BMW Condition Based Service (Intelligent maintenance system), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Electronic Vehicle Iobiliser, Electric Parking Brake with auto hold function, ISOFIX child seat mounting, rear outward seats, Run-Flat Tyres with reinforced side walls , Three-point seat belts at all seats, including pyrotechnic belt tensioners and belt force limiters in the front, Warning triangle with first-aid kit , Crash Sensor and Dynamic Braking Lights, Emergency Spare Wheel
          Driver Condition Monitor, Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist, Front and Rear Parking Aid, Open Differential with Torque Vectoring by Braking, All Surface Progress Control,
          Rear Camera
          A camera at the rear of the car to help with parking safely.
          With Guidedlines
          -
          Anti Theft DeviceYesYes
          Speed Alert
          A system that warns the driver when the car exceeds a certain speed limit. Promotes safety by giving alerts.
          YesYes
          Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock
          A safety feature that automatically locks the car's doors once it reaches a certain speed. Useful feature for all passengers.
          YesYes
          Knee Airbags
          Airbags positioned at knee level to provide additional protection during a front collision.
          No
          -
          Isofix Child Seat Mounts
          A secure attachment system to fix child seats directly on the chassis of the car.
          YesYes
          Heads Up Display
          An additional display for the driver placed above the main display or even projected on the windshield, containing speed and trip details, so that the driver's vision stays on the road.
          No
          -
          Sos Emergency Assistance
          A feature that enables the car to call for emergency services or send an SOS message in case of an accident or crisis.
          YesYes
          Geo Fence Alert
          A feature that notifies the owner if the car moves beyond a predefined geographical area. Useful for security and monitoring of the car.
          -
          Yes
          Hill Descent Control
          A system that controls the car's speed when going downhill by applying brakes to prevent overspeeding and improve control.
          Yes
          -
          Hill Assist
          A feature that helps prevent a car from rolling backward on a hill.
          NoYes
          Impact Sensing Auto Door UnlockYesYes
          360 View Camera
          Cameras around the car that give a complete view of the surroundings. Helps in parking and avoiding obstacles while driving.
          NoYes
          Electronic Brakeforce DistributionYes
          -
          Entertainment & Communication
          Cd Player
          A media player that reads compact discs (CDs) for audio/video playback.
          NoNo
          Cd Changer
          Allows multiple CDs to be loaded and played without manual swapping in the audio system.
          NoNo
          Dvd Player
          An in-car entertainment device that can read and play DVDs. Slightly outdated now because of new technology like bluetooth
          NoNo
          Radio
          AM/FM radio tuner for listening to broadcasts and music. Mainly used for listening to music and news when inside the car.
          YesYes
          Audio System Remote Control
          A remote to control the car's audio system without reaching for the dashboard. Makes controlling the audio system easy from all seats inside the car.
          YesYes
          Speakers Front
          Sound system located near the dashboard or in the doors at the front of the car.
          YesYes
          Speakers Rear
          Sound system speakers located at the back of the car. Usually found in the rear door panels or in the boot.
          YesYes
          Integrated 2DIN AudioYesYes
          Wireless Phone Charging
          Charges phones wirelessly via a charging pad. Useful feature for users with a smartphone that supports wireless charging.
          YesNo
          USB And Auxiliary Input
          A USB port for connecting external devices, like smartphones or MP3 players, to the car's audio system using a cable. Lets you play audio from your device through car speakers.
          YesYes
          Bluetooth Connectivity
          Allows wireless connection of devices to the car’s stereo for calls or music.
          YesYes
          Wifi Connectivity
          The car can connect to Wi-Fi networks for internet access. Helps in navigation, music, sending SOS alerts, vehicle tracking etc.
          -
          Yes
          Compass
          A digital or analog compass in the car for navigation. Helps in finding the right direction in tricky situations.
          -
          Yes
          Touch Screen
          A touchscreen panel in the dashboard for controlling the car's features like music, navigation, and other car info.
          YesYes
          Touch Screen size (Inch)
          The size of the car's interactive display screen, measured diagonally, used for navigation and media. Larger screen size means better visibility of contents.
          -
          10
          Connectivity
          The various ways the car can connect with devices or networks for communication and entertainment. More connectivity features mean easy access to files and car information.
          Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
          Android Auto, Apple CarPlay
          Android Auto
          Connects Android smartphones with the car's display to access apps for music, chats or navigation.
          NoYes
          Apple Car Play
          Connects iPhone/iPad with the car's display to access apps for music, chats, or navigation. Makes connectivity easy if you have an iPhone/iPad.
          YesYes
          Internal Storage
          Built-in storage in the car stereo for storing media files and other navigation data, software data and updates.
          YesYes
          No. of Speakers
          The total count of speakers installed in the car for playing music. More speakers provide improved sound output.
          16
          16
          Rear Entertainment System
          Screens mounted at the back of the front seats. These provide entertainment options to the passengers in the back seat.
          Yes
          -
          Additional Features
          464 W Harman Kardon Surround Sound system, BMW Connected Package Professional(Teleservices, Intelligent E-call, Remote software upgrade, MyBMW App with Remote Services, Intelligent Personal Assistant), Digital Key Plus
          Lower Touchscreen, Jaguar Remote App, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Pivi Pro with 25.40 cm (10) Touchscreen, Navigation, MeridianTM 3D Surround Sound System
          SubwooferNo
          -
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