Bmw X5 Reviews
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Launched in 1999, the X5 is BMW's flagship mid-size SUV, or as BMW calls it, an SAV, for Sport Activity Vehicle. From the very beginning, BMW worked hard to make sure that sporty driving dynamics and a high level of responsiveness were programmed into the X5. This means the X5 features not only a great deal of utility, but with BMW's all-wheel drive system, a sure-footed nature in a variety of terrains. Add to that BMW's trademarked build quality and luxury, and the X5 is a versatile vehicle that belongs at the top of its class. Four trims are available, starting with the rear-wheel-drive sDrive35i and topping ou... Read More
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... inline-6 capable of propelling it to 60 mph in just under 7 seconds. Opt for the V8, and you'll get 445 horsepower, a $70,000 price tag and a bigger fuel bill, while the M version is even more powerful and thirstier. For our taste, the perfect compromise is the xDrive35d turbodiesel. Offering no sacrifice in performance but the best fuel economy of the lot, the diesel model costs only about $1,500 more than the gasoline-powered xDrive35i, yet delivers so much more in the way of passing and pulling power. All X5 SUVs for 2015 deliver superb handling on wet and dry pavement and a taut ride that sometimes is a bit too firm to be labeled "comfortable. "