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Test Drives2020 BMW X5: Six Cylinders are Enough4.0/5
Completely redesigned and improved last year, the BMW X5 is making headlines in 2020 with the ultra-high-performance X5 M generating up to 617 horsepower. And for 2021 the plug-in hybrid variant returns with 389 horsepower and nearly 50 kilometres of range. That’s all very nice, but just how many people …
First Drives2020 BMW X5 M and X6 M: Sweet Monsters4.0/5
PHOENIX, Arizona—The 2020 BMW X5 M ’s specs are just as intimidating as its flared fenders, massive bumpers and oversized wheels. Simply put, this high-performance midsize SUV is a monster. Under the hood is a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine that produces 600 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. We tested …
First Drives2019 BMW X5: Technological Evolution4.0/5
ATLANTA, Georgia – while some manufacturers are just entering the luxury SUV segments, BMW is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its midsize X5. Now in its fourth generation, this utility vehicle has changed a lot over the years, yet retains a resemblance to the original model that hit the market …
Spotlight on2019 BMW X5: We’re Driving it This Week
The Car Guide is heading to Atlanta this week in order to get behind the wheel of the 2019 BMW X5, which has been redesigned for the 2019 model year. The midsize sport-luxury crossover will be offered in Canada with two powertrains and two seating configurations at launch, although more …
Test Drives2016 BMW X5 xDrive40e: Luxury with a Touch of Green4.0/5
BMW has been steadily improving their green-vehicle options of late with the release of their all-electric i3 and i8 models. That technology has started to make its way into the rest of the lineup in the form of hybrid electric versions of more popular vehicles such as the X5, and …
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