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Trying to find that perfect BMW SUV for you? You shouldn’t find that too hard, as the German brand has a wide range of SUVs of every size, as well as all-electric SUVs. Models come in different styles, too, with standard SUV shapes and coupé-like rooflines adding a little sporty pizzazz. You certainly can’t accuse BMW SUVs of lacking choice.

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BMW SUV models: current range


The BMW X1 is a small family SUV, packing plenty of tech and featuring a high-quality finish throughout the car. The touchscreen might be doing more work than it needs to though, and it comes at a premium price.


A compact SUV with a stylish shape and a well-built interior, the BMW X2 is  less comfortable than some alternatives and rear space is a little cramped thanks to that sloping roofline.


The BMW X3 is a handsome family SUV that is practical, comfortable and fun to drive. Some of the more useful and desirable features will cost you extra, though, but you can have a plug-in hybrid version, or there’s the full electric iX3.


Closely related to the X3 that it’s based on, the BMW X4 gets a comfy interior, the latest infotainment and an engaging drive. The downside is that interior practicality is sacrificed to the sloping roof, as is the case in the smaller X2 in relation to the X1.


The BMW X5 is comfortable and fun to drive – which is a real achievement for a large SUV. The fake engine noise and lack of Android Auto are black marks, however, but the great EV range of the plug-in hybrid model is handy.


The BMW X6 has sport looks in spades, powerful engines and a luxurious, high-tech cabin. But the space and practicality in the BMW X5 on which the X6 is based are missing, and it’s not the most subtle of large SUVs.


The BMW X7 is a big, luxurious SUV that can carry seven people but is also great to drive. The size and styling are a bit Marmite, though, and it’s not exactly cheap to buy.


The BMW iX, the brand's largest electric SUV is huge, deceptively quick and oozes class – but the bold styling could put some buyers off. The pinnacle of BMW’s electric SUV range is the super-quick but super-expensive M60 model.


The smallest member of BMW’s EV SUV family, the iX1 offers plenty of practicality. Sadly, some of the controls are little fiddly to use – and you have to pay more for the privilege than you do for other small electric SUVs.


The BMW iX3 is equally appealing to fans of EVs and SUVs, but surprisingly it isn’t as comfortable as you’d expect and there’s no all-wheel-drive version.


The exclusive BMW XM features the same high-powered V8 hybrid engine as a racing car. You might need that pace to evade the styling police, though: its looks will inspire some strong emotions.


BMWs aren’t always as reliable as you might expect, sometimes suffering small niggling issues with electrics and infotainment systems. As electric models replace petrol and diesel cars in the BMW SUV range, however, each car will have fewer moving parts (electric motors are much simpler than petrol or diesel engines) and should make for fewer faults going forward. In any case, all BMW SUV models come with a three-year, unlimited mileage warranty, while electric and hybrid models get an extra eight-year 100,000-mile warranty for the battery.
BMW currently has a range of three all-electric SUVs, ranging in size from the iX1 to the iX3 to the iX – although more models will be added to the range over the next few years; next up is the iX2 in 2024.
The cost of buying a BMW SUV ranges from £34,365 for the base X1, to £144,660 for an X6 M Competition with all the high-tech bells and whistles. But with a wide range of models in between – including electric ones – there’s something for buyers at different price points. 
The BMW X7 is the biggest of BMW's range of 4x4 models. With three rows of usable seats, it’s huge – and hugely practical: lower the third row of seats and there’s a 750-litre boot at your disposal. That practicality comes at a price, though. 
The BMW X1 – including its all-electric variant, the iX1 – is the smallest member of the BMW SUV range. Size is relative, though, so the X1 still has plenty of interior space for four, a premium feel and drives well. Essentially, it’s a BMW X car, but in a more compact package.
The fastest models in the BMW SUV range are the X5 M Competition and X6 M Competition. As the names suggest, these are models tuned for performance, both turning in a 0-62mph figure of 3.9 seconds and with a top speed of 155mph. Powered by a 4.4-litre V8 petrol engine, these high-performance, petrol-engined behemoths are scheduled for extinction, so enjoy them while they’re here.
In the current market, electric is the smart way to go, so we’ll go with the BMW iX. It has all the tech, comfort, driveability and practicality of an X5 – even an X7, in terms of interior space – allied with the benefits of a zero-emission car. There’s also a choice of battery sizes and trims, offering plenty of alternatives for buyers.