2003 BMW X5 Consumer Review: Ultimate Citiy/Suburb Road War
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2003 BMW X5 - Consumer Review

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3.0i 4dr SUV (3.0L 6-cyl. AWD 5-speed Manual)

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Ultimate Citiy/Suburb Road Warrior
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2003 BMW X5 3.0i AWD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 5M)

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The 4.4i X5 is the ultimate commuter SAV for the 21st century. Its tremendous acceleration and tight handling makes it one of the best performing SUVs. It tops the Mercedes ML class easily. The X5 can get out of ANY situation in the snow, from 2 inches to 3 feet, it is almost impossible to get this car stuck. The allwheel drive system is wonderful and makes the car stick to the road and travel deeper into corners than you thought possible for such a heavy car. If you don't mind spending the money, the X5 has the best combination of comfort, with a perfect seating position, and style, with sleak bodylines from every angle.

Best Features

The soft orange mood light that subtly illuminates the dash during night-time drives is key. Supreme feedback that lets you place the car without losing the ability to throw out the rear gives you the balance in luxury comfort and sporty fun.

Worst Features

No company can make a flawless vehicle. I encountered faulty gas tank sensors and a alternator that went caput after the first 500 miles.
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