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    X5 45e

    Thomcin, 02/05/2022
    updated 08/08/2022
    xDrive40i 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric mild hybrid 8A)
    15 of 15 people found this review helpful

    Gets 30-33 miles on battery power alone. Interior better looking & more comfortable than its peers. In-line 6 is powerful yet gets good gas mileage. Plenty of room behind second row seats. Come with $7500 rebate from federal government & $1000 rebate from BMCCA if you have been a member for at least 6 months. That is a total of $8500 off MSRP from rebates. Quite the deal while getting 50 mpge. Update 1: 6000 miles & zero problems or issues. Last tank full of gas lasted over 900 miles. All electric miles cost 5 cents here while 93 octane cost 27 cents per mile. About 40 percent is all electric & 60 per cent on gas. Great ride, power, comfort & mpg. Cons: cost of 93 octane. Loving this SUV.

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    best of the best

    Bobo, 06/11/2022
    sDrive40i 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric mild hybrid 8A)
    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    Due to medical reasons I had to purchase a suv so I can get in and out of. I drove everything in it's class and this was the hands down winner. Luxury and power, the best HUD. Unfortunately the car did not come with the wireless charging it was not available. The standard stereo is not great, I would suggest an upgrade. All around it is perfect for me. 6'4" 290lbs

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    A great car but BMW has removed features

    MauiPete, 05/23/2022
    xDrive40i 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric mild hybrid 8A)
    1 of 3 people found this review helpful

    This is my fifth X5. On this 2022 model BMW is skimping on details to wit: the removal of the fog lamps (Where I live these are essential), remove the off switch for that annoying engine off at lights (it won’t turn off in Sports mode), removed the electric rear power close on the lower tailgate, The removal of the metal luggage protective bands on the floor of the trunk. Further it took two months to get my car, a car I didn’t specifically want but the electric version would not have been available until October or later 2022. The ultimate driving machine is becoming a disappointment. Instead of under promising and over delivering, BMW is losing its panache through skimping.

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    Fun car but mild hybrid is a drag

    Stevereeeno, 06/19/2022
    sDrive40i 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric mild hybrid 8A)
    0 of 2 people found this review helpful

    The car itself is wonderfully designed, panoramic room, accent lighting that will let you pretend you’re in your own personal limo, etc. However, the mild hybrid system was a a bit of a bummer. Disclaimer, I went on a BMW driving experience years ago, where they challenged us to push the cars to their limit. So naturally I wanted to see what this had baby could do in corners. Unfortunately even in sport mode the moment you tap the brake going into a intersection it can’t transition the engine to accelerate into the turn. Instead the car kind of feels like it’s stalling a bit mid way into the turn. It was a bit of a bummer but you know I guess we have to save every drop of gas possible. The car just isn’t as ultimate as it used to be.

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    It's the real deal

    Owaski, 05/09/2022
    xDrive40i 4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric mild hybrid 8A)
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    Smooth drivibilty, nice appeal, eye catching, and associated prestige with the vehicle

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