Pros Comefortable, sporty handling, nice exhaust growl...
Cons Everything. In the shop more than once/month. Many issues dealer couldn't seem to fix, lots of expensive accessories that break, gadgets that don't work right.
Summary Stay away. Drop your ego and buy a car that is more practical.
Pros Just the name.. thats it.
Cons Horrible reliability, service, car is rough/bumpy. My GPS broke took 3 months to get the part from Germany. the A/c broke,s.. stupid. Now the car doesn't even start and its 3 years old! Not even the dealer knows whats wrong with it, its leased!
Summary Will never get a bmw again
Pros Very nice, as CNET noted.
Best technology .... I'm not sure.
Cons X5 handling is good for SAV, but not the best handling of the luxury SUV/SAV's. Audi Q5 and Porsche Cayenne are comparatively superior, IMO.
Summary I've owned 7 new BMW's, 3 new Audis, and currently have a Porsche Cayenne Diesel on order. Biding my time reading thru the free Porche-provided iPhone/iPad App ("Introduction to Porsche Cayenne"), and the Cayenne technology in 2012 models is way beyond anything I've previously owned (to be fair, "technology marches on" and I haven't driven the lastest BMW X5 to compare technology, but I did drive one before I decided on my Audi Q5; X5 handling too lacking for my tastes.
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