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Bmw X5 Reviews

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2015 BMW X5
The 2015 BMW X5 has seating for five across two rows. A 3rd-row seat is optional and increases passenger count by two, but room in that last row is very tight. Legroom is good in the first two rows, and the front seats are especially comfortable and spacious, even for adults with large frames. The 2nd-row seats fold in a 40/20/40 configuration, handy for fitting long items like skis down the middle. BMW's latest iDrive with touch-pad controller is easier to figure out, and the main controls for climate and audio are fairly intuitive. Poplar wood trim adds warmth to the cabin.
2015 BMW X5 Front Angle View Photo
Spend the least on a 2015 BMW X5 sDrive35i, and you'll find plenty to like, but a few things are still missing for your roughly $54,000. Making the list are 10-way power and heated front seats, a panoramic moonroof, navigation with a 10.2-inch high-res screen, a power tailgate, a power-adjustable steering column, a 9-speaker audio system with HD Radio, and xenon adaptive headlights. Unexpectedly, leather seating and a rearview camera cost extra. The top-line X5 xDrive50i models add the leather and rearview camera along with 19-inch wheels and luxurious, 20-way power front seats. Four years/50,000 miles of complimentary maintenance is also standard.
2015 BMW X5 Photo
The 2015 BMW X5 has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $53,750 for the rear-wheel-drive sDrive35i. The all-wheel-drive xDrive35i starts at $56,050, and the diesel-powered xDrive35d at $57,550. The V8-powered xDrive50i is priced at $69,150, while the X5 M comes in just a hair over $100,000. Adding packages and options can swell these prices by thousands. At its base price, the BMW's X5 SUV for 2015 is a few thousand dollars above the slightly smaller Mercedes-Benz M-Class and about $10,000 below the 7-passenger GL-Class. Other competitors come in several thousand below the X5, including the Audi Q7,
2015 BMW X5 Engine Photo
As in the beginning, BMW chooses to market its X5 for 2015 a "sports-activity vehicle" or SAV for short. We'll just stick with
BMW X5 SUV
INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM The 2015 BMW X5's user-friendly infotainment system is displayed on a predominant 10.2-inch screen. This setup not only makes it easy to see and operate the various icons, it provides a crystal clear picture from the available rear camera. STEERING FEEL Words will never do the X5's steering justice, but we'll do our best. Quite simply, if you love to drive, the direct feel and instantaneous turn-in served up from behind the wheel is unlike anything in its class. For a big SUV, BMW's 2015 X5 truly offers the ultimate driving experience.
2015 BMW X5 Photo
No crash-test data has been published, but the X5 should equal its prior safety ratings. Active-safety features are heavily represented on the long, long options list. New features include the Active Driving Assistant (Lane Departure Warning, and a pedestrian collision system with braking), plus ACC Stop & Go (full-range camera-radar cruise control), and a new Traffic Jam Assistant that maintains following distance and keeps the vehicle at the center of its lane by providing steering input. BMW Night Vision and a head-up display remain on offer, as well as a Parking Assistant, Surround View system, and Active Blind Spot Detection.
2015 BMW X5 AWD 4-Door XDrive35d
The BMW X5 occupies that performance space typical of German SUVs like the Mercedes M-Class and VW Touareg and, yes we're going there, the Jeep Grand Cherokee. There's diesel power available, insanely plush spin-offs with V-8 thrust, sophisticated all-wheel-drive systems that provide moderate amounts of off-road capability, and extravagant suspension systems meant to muddle the crossover roots enough to make it more than palatable on-road. The familiar 300-horsepower, 3.0-liter, twin-turbo, in-line six-cylinder engine is the base engine, good for 0-60 mph times of about 6.2 seconds. We've yet to drive it, but have spent half days in the spiffy new xDrive35d turbodiesel and the V-8-powered xDrive50i. If 0-60 mph times rule, the V-8's 4.9 seconds bests the diesel's 6.9 seconds--but in our estimation, the diesel's fuel economy and torque in-town feel more than makes up for the two seconds of slack.
2015 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 4WD 4-door SE Side Exterior View
There are four treatments for the exterior: standard trim, modern-style xLine, traditional-style Luxury Line, and zippy M Sport.
2015 Porsche Cayenne GTS
The X5 hasn't dramatically changed its sheetmetal in this generation, but the cabin's reworked handsomely. The new X5 is more gracefully sculpted than its ancestors, in measurable amounts but not in any dramatic fashion. There's plenty of X3 down the sides, where the tapered roofline and lower beltline nudge it gently toward a more sport-wagon-like form. The proportions make more visual sense, though it's not a huge transformation on the order of, say, the first- and second-generation Cayenne. In the cockpit, the monolithic bulge of BMW's latest dash designs shows up in swell form, made distinctive this time with a choice of neutral and brown leathers over the standard black leatherette. It's not so broad a palette until you reach into the more extreme colors on the option list. There's even a reddish-brown.
2016 BMW X5
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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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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*Between 7/1/15 and 9/30/15, the average estimated savings off MSRP presented by Participating Dealers to users of the Build & Buy Car Buying Service, based on users who configured virtual vehicles and who TrueCar identified as purchasing a new vehicle of the same make and model listed on the certificate from a Participating Dealer as of 10/31/2015, was $2,954, including applicable vehicle specific manufacturer incentives. Your actual savings may vary based on multiple factors including the vehicle you select, region, dealer, and applicable vehicle specific manufacturer incentives which are subject to change. The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price ("MSRP") is determined by the manufacturer, and may not reflect the price at which vehicles are generally sold in the dealer’s trade area as not all vehicles are sold at MSRP. Each dealer sets its own pricing. Neither TrueCar nor Consumer Reports brokers, sells or leases motor vehicles.

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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. "