The 2001 BMW X5 supports BMW's mantra
of performance. My vehicle performs
as well as some sports cars (4.4 &
sports package required) and provides
excellent acceleration. I am
disappointed in the vehicle
quality (radiator crack) along with
numerous computer/electronic failures
(engine, transmission, fuel gauge, CD
player,etc) requiring unnecessary
trips to the local dealer.
In the three years of leasing the
vehicle, I have had the vehicle towed
three times (all between 15K - 28K
miles). My expectation for a $60,000
vehicle are much higher than a $30K
vehicle and will purchase a Lexus or
Infiti vehicle next.
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