2003 BMW X5
Kelley Blue Book Retail $10,200–$15,400
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BMW joined the luxury sport utility vehicle ranks in the 2000 model year with its X5, a car-based model created to challenge the Infiniti QX4, Lexus RX 300 and Mercedes-Benz M-Class. Equipped with permanently engaged four-wheel drive (4WD), BMW says the X5 is suitable for “any road, any time, any reason,” but it isn't really intended for use as a true offroad vehicle. Instead, BMW calls the X5 a “sports activity vehicle.” The stylish and sporty SUV is produced at BMW's plant in Spartanburg, S.C., alongside the company's Z3 sports car (which has been renamed to Z4 for 2003). Sales of the X5 in 2001 totaled 40,622 units, according to Automotive News. Read More
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