Sweeping turn after sweeping turn, the BMW X5 does very little to remind you that you’re in a 4,790-lb luxury SUV. With solid steering and throttle response, you almost feel like you’re at the helm of one of brand’s benchmark-setting sport sedans. |
That experience is exactly what BMW set out to achieve in 1999 when the X5 was first introduced. Forget lumbering family haulers that boast off-road capability and rugged simplicity. The biggest BMW utility vehicle is injected with BMW’s hallmark driving dynamics.
For 2014 the X5 continues to be described as a “Sport Activity Vehicle” and truthfully, there’s very little to suggest that the car can be qualified use the term ‘utility’ at all - but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
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