BMW X5 3.0i AWD Reviews
Product Type: BMW cars
Newest Review: ... for a four by four and alsothe road tax and insurance are also not to bad for the type of car. The car looks really cool ... more
Customer BMW X5 3.0i AWD Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/01/10 (Useful, 33 readings)
This is a great car that BMW have that is convienent, spacious and brilliant as a family car. The car is not to bad on fuel consumption for a four by four and alsothe road tax and insurance are also not to bad for the type of car. The car looks really cool especially in the colour blue and also with decent size alloys. This car is also not to bad on depreciation but the price for the car is a bit high as for over 40K a Range rover sport is similarly priced and offers not just a better car but a better brand. However it is a good car with good acceleration and handling and does offer practicality and space for families, people with dogs or just those who like a spacious .. Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/03, updated on 26/02/03 (Useful, 684 readings)
Well after the Rap scene was over the X-5 obsession it got down to comfort and dependability. The X-5 had very little of any of that. Maybe I just got a lemon but I got rid of it soo fast it would make your head spin. First things first... It drove like a truck. Rough! Bumpy! it would shake you around. We dont have real smooth roads around here. Second the electrical system was shorting out in various places....maybe because it was so damn bumpy....In any event one headlight would go out periodically and then just come back on a few days later. The sunroof after 4 months just quit working altogether. Several Warning lights would come on for awhile and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/01, updated on 19/12/01 (Useful, 511 readings)
I have had my new X5 for two months now and so far I am not totally impressed. I hate to say this but I have driven a Lexus RX300 for a couple of years and it handled much better not to mention it had alot more gadgets like an on dash computer etc. The RX300 was also alot more intuitive to figure out just where everything is. The X5 is still a bit bumpy. My friends who have ridden in the back seat have made comments to me to this effect. And there appears to be alot more road dust build-up on the rims. I also understand that the X5 is one of 3 SUV's that scored poorly on the tipping test ( vehicle likely to tip over in a quick turn ) the other two were the Jeep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/01, updated on 11/05/01 (Somewhat useful, 332 readings)
The X5 3.0 Sport needs to be driven to be properly appreciated. Gone are the traditional rattles,sloppy suspension and less than positive steering. This vehicle has all the refined attributes of the executive saloon with the added benefit of continuous 4x4,allowing you to work and play! Having driven the so call competitor vehicles (Merc, Lexus,Jeep,Range Rover etc) there realy is no comparison. The standard features leave you gasping,whilst the realistic factory options add to the sexy appearance.I bought the Comms Pack offering sat nav,tv,phone,traffic master plus other benefits.I also suggest Bull Bars and side steps. Drive it and you will be ... Read the complete review
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