4.8i 4dr All-wheel Drive
2007 BMW X5

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Engine Engine 4.8LV-8
MPG MPG 15 City / 21 Hwy
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2007 X5 Overview

SUVs began life as trucks.Trucks are bouncy and push a lot of air, which requires a lot of gas, and they're hard to maneuver.No fun.So SUV makers with sports car genetics, such as BMW and Porsche, have tried to marry fun driving with truck utility.

The BMW X5 is a V8-powered SUV aimed to provide the driving fun of a sport sedan.A mid-size luxury SUV, the first X5 was introduced for the 2000 model year.It was a trim-looking, tightly handling, tall-riding wagon.We drove this model with its 4.4-liter engine several thousand miles.It was short on utility, which is these days described as the ability to carry bikes and boards (sand, surf, sail, skate and snow), which the original short X5 could barely accommodate.In fact, it had less cargo space than a 5 Series wagon.A bigger BMW X5 would better meet the requirements of luxury SUV buyers, more in line with SUVs from Cadillac, Mercedes, Acura, Audi, and Volvo.

For 2007, BMW stretched the X5 seven inches, while preserving its ability to handle well and be nearly as fun to drive as BMW's sport sedans.BMW also expanded the height and width of the wagon two inches each dimension.This bigger X5 is known as the second-generation X5, same name, bigger body.

A BMW X5 adds a dimension to its intended tasks, traveling to places where active, fun sports take place, for example.Instead of hauling equipment and gear, the X5 gives sensitive automotive connoisseurs the top equipment they want to enjoy the activity of driving as much as possible.That's why BMW is trying to get its SUVs to be called SAVs, for sport activity vehicle.In other words, it's better for driving than hauling.This is not the wagon you fill with mulch for the garden and lumber to finish the basement.This is the car you take to the resort, and enjoy the drive, no matter the weather.

Powerful, smooth engines propel the X5 and exhilarate the driver with quick reflexes.Handling is intuitive, like a sculpted water ski, and ride is supple, like a freshly adjusted and tuned full-suspension titanium Merlin mountain bike.If you enjoy the sport of driving, you'll like the dynamics of the X5 every bit as much as the nimble old X5.That's a tough feat to pull off, since the new X5 outweighs the old one by about 400 pounds.A new suspension design and special variable ratio steering contributes greatly to the ride and handling.

Like other BMWs and the previous X5, the 2007 BMW X5 is pretty, with swoopy sheetmetal, a trademark double-grille fashionable nose, and deep, shiny metallic paint.Now this new version of the SUV fashion statement will hold more of the gear and boards that active folks use.
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2007 X5 Overview

SUVs began life as trucks.Trucks are bouncy and push a lot of air, which requires a lot of gas, and they're hard to maneuver.No fun.So SUV makers with sports car genetics, such as BMW and Porsche, have tried to marry fun driving with truck utility.

The BMW X5 is a V8-powered SUV aimed to provide the driving fun of a sport sedan.A mid-size luxury SUV, the first X5 was introduced for the 2000 model year.It was a trim-looking, tightly handling, tall-riding wagon.We drove this model with its 4.4-liter engine several thousand miles.It was short on utility, which is these days described as the ability to carry bikes and boards (sand, surf, sail, skate and snow), which the original short X5 could barely accommodate.In fact, it had less cargo space than a 5 Series wagon.A bigger BMW X5 would better meet the requirements of luxury SUV buyers, more in line with SUVs from Cadillac, Mercedes, Acura, Audi, and Volvo.

For 2007, BMW stretched the X5 seven inches, while preserving its ability to handle well and be nearly as fun to drive as BMW's sport sedans.BMW also expanded the height and width of the wagon two inches each dimension.This bigger X5 is known as the second-generation X5, same name, bigger body.

A BMW X5 adds a dimension to its intended tasks, traveling to places where active, fun sports take place, for example.Instead of hauling equipment and gear, the X5 gives sensitive automotive connoisseurs the top equipment they want to enjoy the activity of driving as much as possible.That's why BMW is trying to get its SUVs to be called SAVs, for sport activity vehicle.In other words, it's better for driving than hauling.This is not the wagon you fill with mulch for the garden and lumber to finish the basement.This is the car you take to the resort, and enjoy the drive, no matter the weather.

Powerful, smooth engines propel the X5 and exhilarate the driver with quick reflexes.Handling is intuitive, like a sculpted water ski, and ride is supple, like a freshly adjusted and tuned full-suspension titanium Merlin mountain bike.If you enjoy the sport of driving, you'll like the dynamics of the X5 every bit as much as the nimble old X5.That's a tough feat to pull off, since the new X5 outweighs the old one by about 400 pounds.A new suspension design and special variable ratio steering contributes greatly to the ride and handling.

Like other BMWs and the previous X5, the 2007 BMW X5 is pretty, with swoopy sheetmetal, a trademark double-grille fashionable nose, and deep, shiny metallic paint.Now this new version of the SUV fashion statement will hold more of the gear and boards that active folks use.Hide Full Review