Although a large SUV, the X5 handles like a BMW should. The new design looks good, with curved edges, but the real future tech is on the inside. It has an electronic shifter and its stereo is MP3-friendly.
BMW performed a major redesign on its biggest SUV, giving the body a more modern look, adding power, and upgrading the cabin with some decidedly futuristic details. Like many new SUVs, the 2007 BMW X5 also gets optional third-row seating, to maximize its people-carrier abilities. And, like other BMWs, it retains a strong performance character.
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