Media reviews of BMWs flagship 2024 XM Label are hitting new websites just in time for interested buyers to take advantage of some significant discounts for the powerful SAV. Being only the second vehicle that BMW’s M Performance arm has developed (with the M1 supercar being the first), the powerful plug-in hybrid plus 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 vehicle, boasts 738 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque.

Despite it being a hybrid, the XM is a true M vehicle and isn’t based on another BMW model. The unique model is big. Quite big. And with a 6,033 lb curb weight, it still gets from 0-60 in 3.4 seconds in MotorTrend’s tests. It’s also expensive, with the standard model of the XM starting at $159,000. And while it’s design may evoke responses ranging from love-it to hate-it, there’s little chance anyone can miss it on the road.

So if you’ve been eyeing a truly impressive BMW model, but wanted just a bit lower price, now is the time to check out the XM. Starting in June, BMW began offering a $17,500 lease credit and a $15,000 purchase credit for those who want to finance. Some dealers may be offering even bigger discounts.

Read SupercarBlondie’s article about BMW XM Label here.

Read MotorTrend’s review here.

Read Jalopnik’s report on BMW MX incentives here.



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