Expensive, but value for money
User review on BMW X5 written by Amrit on 24 October 2014
Amrit's review on BMW X5 xDrive30d Expedition
Year of Manufacture : 2012 | Driven no. of Kms. : NA
- Pros: Luxury car
- Cons: Expensive.
The BMW X5 has new antilock brakes for all four tires and a stability system that may warn the motive force if there's a danger/object that the vehicle may roll over.The IDrive system and a electronic equipment realize their place beside the glove box. Safety of the passengers has been taken care of with airbags placed within the seats within the front and airbags on the aspect for all the passengers . The BMW X5 xDrive three0d is hopped-up by a 3.0 liter, 2993 cc, BMW six-cylinder in-line ICE with exhaust turbocharger that churns a prime power of 245 HP at 4000 revolutions per minute and develops a prime force 540 Nm at 1750-3000 revolutions per minute. The SUV delivers a mileage of 5.8 kmpl in town and ten.4 kmpl on highways. The gasolene variant of BMW X5, xDrive50i, is loaded with the next 4395 cc, BMW TwinPower Turbo V8 gasolene engine that develops a prime power of 407 HP at 5500-6400 revolutions per minute and belts out a prime force of 600 Nm at 1750-4500 revolutions per minute. The SUV is mated with Steptronic 8-speed transmission system for optimum use of engine output. The automotive provides ten.4 kmpl within the town and thirteen.9 kmpl on highways.