We've already provided you with every diminutive detail about BMW's new full-sized SUV, except one, price.

Well, today BMW released the final piece of the X5's puzzle. Pricing for the 3-liter, inline-six model will start at $45,595, an increase of $2,400 over the current model, with the 4.8-liter V8 setting you back $55,195, or about a $2,000 bump over the current 4.4-liter model. Both prices include the prerequisite shipping, handling and various markups.

Sales are slated to begin this November for what BMW has trademarked as the Ultimate Sports Activity Vehicle.

[Source: The Auto Channel]

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