The new BMW X5 4 X 4 is exactly what you want a modern-day large family large SUV to be - comfortable, practical and strong. Unlike a number of its more cumbersome rivals, the X5 also handles superbly. Performance, meanwhile, is exceptional, with the ballistic X5M able to leave rivals in its wake. You get the option of seven seats, but even if you do add the extra row you don’t have to sacrifice any keen drivability. It remains sporty, though you will lose some boot space. There is also a hybrid option, but while you’ll save on fuel you’ll lose out slightly on practicality. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our BMW X5 4 X 4 review.
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