2013 BMW X5 Diesel xDrive35d 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbodiesel 6A)
Know some do not like the harsh suspension
and heavy steering.
That is why I stayed
with BMW and took a 2013 over waiting for
Found driving a model with the
newer steering was too light, reminded
me of the 2 lexus had.
The X3 drove
with the new unit.
I know the diesel has
some issue with expensive fixes.
2014 is going to have a revised diesel so
felt would be better off on the last run of
the current motors. Build quality yes it good
but have found some of the plastic pieces
creak and pop,
not what expect in a 70K
So did not go a 5 in quality.
E70 has good visibility, good seating heights.
Course got the multi contour seats.
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