BMW, the German automaker famous for sports sedans and sports cars, is jumping into the sport-utility market this year with the X5. The X5 will be built at BMW's Spartanburg, S.C., plant, where the Z3 sports car is produced.With the X5, BMW joins a growing list of high-priced marquees such ... Read Full Report
When BMW recently threw up its hands in surrender and decided to sell Rover and Land Rover, industry 'experts' quickly decided that BMW must be destined for takeover. Without the fat profits of Land Rover, BMW faces a rocky road. But those pundits haven't driven the South Carolina-built BMW X5, the Bavarian firm's first sport utility vehicle. Of course, saying SUV ... Read full review for the 2000 BMW X 5
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Bmw leaps into the Sport Utility field with a very impressive, ground gripping, 282 hp, coupe at heart. When I bought the car originally I was in awe of the great BMW like feeling when you race down t... Read Full Review
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