BMW X5 2007 review
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BMW'S second-generation X5 wagon is a rework of a successful format, a combination of soft-road abilities and good on-road dynamics wrapped up in a prestige package.
The restyled X5 is bigger, allowing for the option of seven seats, and with a number of engine-transmission-chassis refinements, which ensure the wagon remains a competent and comfortable back roads tourer.
The BMW has amazing poise and performance for a high-riding two-tonne machine and pick of the bunch (again) as a touring wagon is the 3.0-litre diesel-powered X5.
It is a pity then that some new technology showcased here - the run-flat tyres, the iDrive controls, the “keyless” ignition and fancy transmission lever - do not always lend themselves to long distance runs down outback tracks.
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Range and Specs
|X3 2.0D||2.0L, Diesel, 6 SP AUTO||$7,100 – 11,000||2007 BMW X Models 2007 X3 2.0D Pricing and Specs|
|X3 2.5SI||2.5L, PULP, 6 SP AUTO||$9,888 – 9,985||2007 BMW X Models 2007 X3 2.5SI Pricing and Specs|
|X3 3.0D||3.0L, Diesel, 6 SP AUTO||$11,950 – 12,990||2007 BMW X Models 2007 X3 3.0D Pricing and Specs|
|X5 3.0D Executive||3.0L, Diesel, 6 SP AUTO||$10,888 – 20,999||2007 BMW X Models 2007 X5 3.0D Executive Pricing and Specs|
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