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BMW X5 - always improving toward perfection
by CoronaJOE from East Hampton
December 18, 2018
I just purchased my 5th X5 since 2004, this, new and updated version of the BMW X5 is sleeker, faster, hugs the road and is wonderfully comfortable. Gas mileage has improved to 20mph - really a superb vehicle all around.
Very pleased with the sale and the level of service
by tonifromjersey from DealerRater.com
December 3, 2018
I bought a 2015 Audi A3 Convertible from Rich at eimports4less and I'm very happy. It was such a simple process and was all over in a few days. I sent an email through the website that I was interested in the car one night and sent the email to see if the car was still available and Rich called me the next day. After we spoke, we suggested that I complete financing form with a deposit. Afterwards, I was approved and could pick up the car in two days. You can't beat that...... The pick up also went smoothly and Rich was very accommodating and thorough. I felt the exchange was honest and didn't feel like I had somehow in the end, been cheated. I would recommend Rich to others in a heart beat!!
by ShirleyG from Monterey, CA
October 31, 2017
The right size SUV for my growing family. Very comfortable especially for a long drive and lots of room front and back. Has twin turbo, equipped with navigation and backup camera all features my hubby loves. I am up higher compare to my 2016 RAV4 and feels really really comfortable.
All around great service. Friendly and honest service. Comster service was always available. I recieved my vehicle within four days after the completed process, of paper work.
Terrific, efficient luxury SUV
August 2, 2017
Needed a larger car to accommodate my growing family. But also wanted something on the fuel-efficient side. There are very few plug in or fully electric SUVs (Mercedes, Volvo, Tesla, BMW). The X5 40e has been tremendous - it's plenty peppy, allows all electric driving around town (I'm getting 12-15 miles on the battery). For commutes under 40 miles, if you need an SUV, you should consider this. My only two fill ups (in 3 months of driving) have shown 29 and 37 MPG, respectively. The more short trips you do, the better.
We had a great time. Sevice was great by all the staff. Stop by just to see the lot. And we ended up with a great car at a good price. Thank you very much.
Worst roadholding ever
by RSA from Lake County IL
November 29, 2018
My worst car choice in 30 years. Traction control is a joke. I kept my son's 2008 Trailblazer so I'd have something surefooted and quiet to drive in winter. No AM radio. Rear tailgate won't close from key fob. Skids all over when it snows. No remote start. Gas mileage is poor. Leaks onto my feet when it rains. BMW roadside assistance did NOT answer the phone when I needed help. A total disaster with nothing to recommend it. Huge waste of money.
The dealership it???s self and the staff working here are the best! Amazing help from all staff, even taking me to the bank to get the check.
DO NOT BUY THIS VEHICLE!!
by BrentC1974 from Biloxi, MS
December 31, 2018
BMW has simply not figured out the hybrid technology. I currently own 2 BMW’s and have owned 4 or 5 over the years and this is the only one I’ve ever had any trouble with. Over 8 months of ownership it was in the shop more than my garage. I literally put more miles on their loaner cars and rental cars than my own vehicle. Far too many issue to detail out here but be extremely cautious with any hybrid purchase.
Search engine was easy and mostly accurate. Some details about the vehicle were off, for example, the listing stated the vehicle had gps and memory seats. The vehicle actually does not have either. Also, the vehicle has a spoiler moonroof and not a full functioning moonroof. Despite those missed details, thanks to Cars.com, I was still able to make a good vehicle purchase.
Good first attempt but held back from greatness
by MoMo from Malibu, Ca
July 31, 2017
This review is for the non-M-package X5 40e.
Good first attempt at a Hybrid SUV for BMW but needs refinement to reach greatness.
If your commute is around 12 miles a trip with a charger at each stop you can theoretically never fill up with gas which is a fantastic proposition. I've managed 41mpg (870 miles with one tank), but I've also managed 26mpg when I had to mix in a lot of highway driving (I drive very conservatively).
The 4-cylinder turbo is a far cry from anything VW group makes - a coarse almost dieselesque feeling unrefined 4-cylinder that could benefit from more horsepower and smoother operation for this 70k 5000lbs+ beast. Keep this thing charged to benefit from the additional punch from the electric motor to keep it moving at an acceptable pace.
On the topic of charging, it definitely is on the slower end of the spectrum.
The suspension needs to be honed in, the additional weight of this car due to the battery coupled with the soft suspension creates a tidal wave effect when going over uneven surfaces and the body roll in the twisties is more than BMW should have ever allowed.
The seats are best suited for small trips, after an hour of driving they get uncomfortable and I find myself shifting around a lot to find comfort.
Both exterior and especially interior are showing their age, although a very handsome exterior it's definitely time for the update that's around the corner.
The i-drive system is the best it's ever been, unfortunately BMW's slightly convoluted HVAC system isn't the best one on the market, VW/Audi are the masters of cold and hot air on demand from my experience. The amount of noise in relation to the amount of cooling and heating you get in the X5 is off...by a lot.
Rear seat room is great, cargo space is good, even though you give up some trunk volume due to the battery it hasn't affected me negatively one bit. The tailgate I absolutely love having, as a photographer it's been awesome to be able to work out of my trunk when needed.
The car is a good lease option for anyone in the market that needs an X5 and wants to capitalize on the hybrid benefits.
Here's hoping the next gen addresses the issues and I'm sure they'll have a winner on their hands.
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