2016 BMW X5 Diesel Automatic Sport utility vehicle by Farmer James • 24th September 2020
For a big car, the BMW X5 is surprisingly easy to drive, park and negotiate through traffic. Looks great, well finished and very practical for family life. The huge run flat tyres are rather expensive, but if you stick to a BMW star rated tyre, they should last longer than cheaper brands. I've the 3.0d model and 27+ mpg, I do alot of short school run etc journeys, average is typical, with 35 + for longer journeys. Very fast acceleration for when you need it. The pop up seats in the boot are only suitable for young children.