2012 BMW X5Darren Smith - Birmingham, AL09/12/2016
Great drive, plenty of power, and comfortable. The 35D model is the way to go. Gas mil is great for this big a car, and the power is so much fun. We got the model with the bigger wheels which has made an enjoyable ride that always feels planted. Best all around car we ever had.
The perfect car, unless you're practical
2011 BMW X5James Mack - Boulder, CO08/25/2016
The drive is second to none for a vehicle of its size. Excellent steering feel, taut suspension, great braking, and gobs of power. Tons of space and utility enhanced by small touches like the split tailgate. Interior makes you feel like you're flying first class. It's an glorious excess of a vehicle that's a ton of fun.
X5 AWD, Great SUV.
2014 BMW X5Edward Lamson - Los Angeles, CA09/05/2016
Fully loaded, connected drive feature is fantastic. Safety feature that includes cameras in front, sides and rear, and radar on the windshield makes you feel a lot safer. I love the head up display, too. This is a full size SUV and yet has a lot of power to pin you on your seat when it propels. Great toy. Fun to drive.
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