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2014 BMW X5

BMW X5 has sold 1.3 million units since its launch of first generation cars. It is the founder of sports activity vehicle segment and the bestselling car in its class globally. The segment is creating a niche for powerful design, flexibility, efficiency, extra interior space, excellent driving pleasure, improvised tools features and more. The new 2014 BMW X5 presents customers a complete package to touch varied and exact demands.

2014 bmw x5

The prominent features of the new X5 are its exquisite interior look, super luxurious design, top quality materials and innovative comfort- defining functions. Customers who are interested to compare the configuration of both inside and outside of the car’s equipment with ‘Design worlds’ with the M sport package, pure excellence and pure experience.

BMW X5 2014 is fitted with 4.4 liter TwinPower Turbo V8 engine with 445 hp and 480 lb-ft torque. The car marks 0-60 time of 4.9 seconds with an improvement of 0.4 second over its ancestor. The power delivery and engine of this car has created huge fan following.

The X5 sings a song when it reaches upper powerband, once it starts spinning freely and we suggest to use steering wheel mounted paddle shifters while the bass begin to touch the cabin.

2014 bmw x5 interior

The features are mistaken for its predecessor, the new X5 has big and projected front grille with xenon LED lights, the tail lights are similar to X1 series, and the wrinkled body is beset with breathers and air vents. Third row seating is available on BMW it maintains a positive effect on aerodynamic performance. The new X5 hits the showroom in the last quarter of 2013, and BMW insists on calling it a Sports Activity Vehicle.

In 2014 diesel version is hitting the market and there will be M versions and M performance versions plying on the road. The company has not decided on the pricing yet, but it will not vary much from the existing X5’s. BMW is competing with Cadillac SRX, Lexus RX, Mercedes Benz M class, Audi Q7.

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