Bmw X5 2014
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to 60 mph in the 6-second range. Choose the thunderous, thirsty V8 with its 445 horsepower and nearly $70,000 price, and you're looking at sub-5 seconds. Our pick, however, is BMW's turbodiesel 6-cylinder. It offers a fine balance of power and fuel economy, and only costs $1,500 more than a comparable gasoline-powered version. Whichever X5 you choose, you'll be treated to a larger utility vehicle that feels more like a sports
Claimed to be aerodynamically slipperier and about 200 pounds lighter than the outgoing model, the new 2014 X5 launches with two gasoline engines: a 3.0-liter, single-turbocharged inline-six with 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque in the sDrive35i and xDrive35i, and a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 with 445 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque in the xDrive50i. BMW claims 0-to-60-mph times of 6.2 seconds for the six and 4.9 for the V-8, but they'll likely be slightly quicker in our testing. The last
Unlike the press photos, which featured an unflattering blue exterior, the new pictures show a beautiful looking X5 M decked out in what appears to be Titanium Silver Metallic. While many of us still have our doubts about the need for an M branded crossover/SUV, there's no denying that the X5 M has curb appeal because of its aggressive front and rear bumpers as well as some attractive looking 20-inch alloy wheels.