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Written on: 23/01/2014 by Kiley (1 review written)
Bought mine at auction for One owner, 54k miles. Full BMW service history. Fully loaded inc side steps* Needed new front outer cv boots, two front tyres and parking sensor. £8600. Drives like a dream and goes like ** The 3 litre diesel six is as docile or aggressive as your right foot demands. It is silky smooth and willing to perform whatever the conditions. Any Diesel engine/auto combination capable of moving two tons to sixty in less than eight seconds must command high respect, especially… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/12/2009
i own a 55 plated 3.o turbo diesel x5. it drives so fast my wife has a 523i and the x5 is much more powerful. my one is a sport exclusive edition which when i bought it on November 28th 2006 it cost me 26,781 pounds in auction. it has leather heated seats and the technology is amazing.i broke down once because my automatic gearbox was stuck in third. but now you could bye one like mine fore around 19-25 grand with full optional extras. but this car is so so so so so so powerful on the m1 i went… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/06/2009 by livecall (2 reviews written)
The BMW X5 3.0D Sport is an excellent machine. Wouldnt trade it in for the world.
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Written on: 09/01/2009 by Jasper (1 review written)
I have owned my BMW X5 3.0 D Sport for 4 and a half years now. It was bought second hand for £30k from a BMW franchise dealer on a 52 plate with 23k miles. It now has 90k. Its a quality car and I am happy with it. Ok its depreciated but I aim to keep it. Maintenance costs work out cheaper than my previous Honda Accord car. Once the warranty ran out I took it to a BMW specialist garage. Mine narrowly ranges bewteen 22.4 and 23.3, running fast or slow, heavy or light makes little difference. I… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/11/2008 by daveyP90 (6 reviews written)
I bought my 2004 X5 with 20000 miles on the clock 6 months ago and its been a nightmare. 4 breakdowns, Turbo blown, wheel bearings gone, electrics died (locked me out of car!) air-con died. Seat jammed. A truly poor car, it has really put me off buying another BMW and I've spoken to other X5 drivers here in Ireland who have had similar experiences… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2007 by pjmj (2 reviews written)
After 3 years it still seems the best car overall we have owned, also fuel consumption overall is very close to manufacturers figures, that can,t be said for many models… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2004 by Simon R (1 review written)
The BMW X5 3.0D Sport 4x4 diesel is a joy to drive, with excellent road manners for such a large car. You would not know it is a diesel to drive with gutsy low range torque, with the turbo giving a firm push in the back from about 1600rpm. The 19 inch wheels sit out wide giving stability that would shame most sedans. The common rail injection not only gives power and smoothness comparable to a larger capacity pertol engine, but economy is remarkable, with 7.8 l/100kms. Even with heavy towing… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2004 by Testing (1 review written)
The BMW X5 3.0d Sport is an all-rounder in its category. Exceptional drive experience, fun and solid. Looks great.
In terms of value for money, could leave you short changed… Read Full Review
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