Cars.com Reviews the 2009 BMW X5 Diesel

BMWX5 A new diesel engine option lends the 2009 BMW X5 an addictive driving quality, or so says Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays. With impressive mileage to go along with its fun yet comfortable ride, the BMW X5 has to be a winner, right? Not so fast: There’s always the price tag to consider. Falling in the neighborhood of $50,000, Mays wants the X5 to justify the bounty you’ll have to cough up to drive one. Read Mays’ full review to find out if the X5 can earn his recommendation.

2009 BMW X5 Review

By Stephen Markley | March 12, 2009 | Comments (1)

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The BMW X5 diesel is a great SUV. And at only 50k the fuel economy savings is enough to justify the price. Huge torque and the best fuel economy in its class. How can you go wrong?

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