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Bmw X5 Diesel Reliability

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BMW X5 is unashamedly road biased, though it will be acceptable off-road,
BMW X5 S Xenon Headlights
Although BMW doesn’t offer any frugal four-cylinder engines in the X5 (as Mercedes does in the M-class), the X5’s six-cylinder diesels are among the most efficient in the class, and all are linked to an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox.
BMW X5 Interior
Since its launch in 2007, the second-generation BMW X5 has defined its segment in the same way that its predecessor did.
BMW X5 Has Active Steering
As well as the 381bhp tri-turbo powerplant in the M50d, two other 3.0-litre, six-cylinder turbodiesels are offered in the X5: a 241bhp version in the xDrive30d and a 302bhp twin-turbo version in the
BMW X5 Cornering
As well as being supremely refined, the twin-turbo V8 gives the X5 startling performance
BMW X5 Rear Cornering
As always, there’s a choice of SE and M Sport trim levels on the xDrive30d, xDrive40d and xDrive50i, with the M Sport versions distinguished by a body kit that eliminates the black wheel arch surrounds, side sills and lower bumpers that come on SE variants. The M50d and X5 M get their own M-specific trim levels.
4 Star BMW X5
Petrol versions are now restricted to a 402bhp twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 in the
As well as riding and handling in a sophisticated and capable manner, the X5 is refined and comfortable, relatively economical, roomy inside and, unlike its predecessor (and the Cayenne), offers buyers the option of seven seats, so it’s easy to see why it has been such a popular choice with families looking for a big premium 4x4. 
BMW X5 S Xenon Headlights
Prior to the arrival of the current Cayenne, the X5 was generally regarded as the best car in its class dynamically, and even now there’s not a great deal between the two.
BMW X5 Interior
High seating position and thin A-pillars give the X5 excellent forward visibility
2011 BMW X5
Available in 5 styles: 2011 BMW X5 4dr AWD Sports Activity Vehicle shown

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I wish the test drive would have given me more insight. I hate the steering. Too hard to turn at low speeds and so tight when on the hwy. that I feel like I am all over the road. I am worn out after driving this car. Always something coming on with the sensors. Now the camera is malfunctioning and there is nothing in idrive to help and nothing in the car manual. I do not like the idrive system. Takes your attention off the road too much. I constantly bump it if I am using the cup holder from the passenger seat. I absolutely HATE the unlock button in the middle of the car! why aren't they on each front door like most cars. Also if you are going to be able to unlock and have a push button start.... the design would have been better not to have to insert it into the car. Not sure if there are keyless entries with codes available as we purchased this used but I really don't like having to have the key with me.... of course, I couldn't leave it in the car then as it would open for anyone! The automatic lift gate is nice but why can't you close it from the driver's seat. VERY inconvenient when you are used to being able to do that....... the seats are very hard and not comfortable for long trips.... An hour in and I hate it. I totally regret purchasing this car. Wish I had kept my 2008 Lincoln MKX. Who knew..... I think sometimes people want BMW for status and it isn't about that for me.