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Written on: 06/05/2008
I owned a BMW X5 for 8 months and could just not get on with it. Poor ride quality coupled with an extortionate purchase cost of 46K. Only to find it drove like a tractor and performed like one too, made my decision to get a Cayenne an easy decision to make. In essence an over priced vehicle that just cant justify its price tag… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2004 by Cadillacsts (3 reviews written)
I endured a very long wait for my BMW X5 3.0D (non sport) auto 4x4, it ended up costing over £47,000 once it had been kitted out to the same level as my last vehicle which only cost £36k new with everything!
Even the initial purchase and test drive experience was totally unsatisfactory, and I should have walked away there and then, the BMW dealers I met to were so arrogant and so totally unhelpful - I knew there was a long waiting list but do they have to be quite so unpleasant, after all I… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2004 by playware (1 review written)
Despite this superior economy the latest X5 offers a standard of performance equally superior on the road: Acceleration from 0-100 km/h is in 10.5 seconds, top speed is 200 km/h. Fuel economy is just as superior, the common rail engine consuming only 9.7 litres/100 km under the EU standard, equalling 29.1 mpg Imp. Unlike a conventional offroader, the X5 features a unitary body, independent suspension and, in the guise of DSC (Dynamic Stability Control), the most advanced electronic suspension… Read Full Review
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