Which X5 has the best MPG?
xDrive30d xLine 5dr Auto - 47.1 MPG
What is the starting price for the X5 range?
RRP from £57165
Which is the fastest?
xDrive M50d 5dr Auto - 0-62 MPH in 5.2s
What are the dimensions of a BMW X5?
The typical size of a X5 is 4922mm x 2004mm
What is the lowest X5 insurance group?
BMW X5 User Reviews
|10/04/2019 09:03:15 mike lenagh " my third X5 and i have just ordered my fourth. Very reliable, comfortable and exciting to drive. "|
|27/03/2019 00:16:06 Nabil " 3.0 petrol is the one to go for as it has more than adequate performance and reliability. My car has the manual gearbox which makes it very rare and much more responsive than the autos. It handles round the corners beautifully making you feel very connected to the road especially for a 2 tonne SUV. When buying this car, make sure to test the electrics like the radio as they tend to suffer with age. The build quality is what you would expect from BMW-superb. With an interior coated in leather and wood, it definitely is a nice place to be. "|
|11/01/2019 11:13:03 Melvyn Quartey " Good car to drive let down by reliability issues. "|
|08/01/2019 12:11:52 Tony Brown " very good car "|
|25/11/2018 09:18:28 Rich.H " What's there is add to many a review of this iconic piece of German Engineering. I own an X5 4.6iS petrol model, but I had an LPG system fitted upon purchasing it which makes running the vehicle very affordable. As with any vehicle you can expect from time to time to have to put your hand in your pocket for things that fail on the vehicle, and because it's a BMW this rarely comes cheap. The 4.6iS a fantastic piece of kit which unfortunately you can expect to have deep pockets to own, but when you drive the car it will always put a smile back on your face. I think once you've owned and driven the X5's model range of SUV's you'll always have a hard time finding another SUV range to change too, so overall I think that the X5 4.6iS model of SUV deserves an overall 5/5 from me. "|