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I have to agree with your comment above. If you don't want a sport (harsh) suspension or tight steering get a Lexus (I've had 2). The Lexus just didn't like because suspension felt top heavy and not secure on fast maneuvers. Also why went and got a 2013 because BMW is going into Lexus territory with the F15. I like the tight steering. Even opted for the 20 wide tires so yeah it more sport car like. You do not need to take it home for a weekend, your rear and arm will tell you just driving around the block what a BMW isReport it
I say this with the utmost respect, truthfully as a fellow 2013 BMW X5 owner I would say that the tight steering and stiff suspension claims you make are true, but the hesitant transmission you describe is something I cannot say I agree with. But why did you buy this vehicle then if you don't like a sporty stiff ride and heavy steering? BMW is known for a sporty stiff ride and handling, so if you don't like that feel you should have bought another vehicle brand. I don't want to sound mean or rude but it seems like you are blaming the vehicle when it sounds like it's your fault for not shopping around before buying your X5. Lexus and Mercedes have smoother soft suspensions, and BMW is not known for that, their forte is sportiness, so you simply bought the wrong brand. You should try before you buy and not blame the car for the fact that you didn't shop around enough for a vehicle tailored to your driving style.Report it
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