Cars.com Family Reviews the 2012 BMW X5

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The 2012 BMW X5 helped to bridge the driving sensibility gap between Cars.com Family reviewer Carrie Kim and her husband, aka Mr. Driving Enthusiast. While he enjoys tiny cars that hug the road, she wants to ride in comfort in an SUV. With the X5 SUV, both Carrie and her husband were happy. With its precision handling, acute responsiveness and large backseat and cargo area, there were few complaints about this five-seater.
 
2012 BMW X5 Family Review

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Nic

Unique looking tail lights? Those things are the most generic looking lamps I have ever seen. And not to mention barely changed since the X5's introduction in what...1850.

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