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Third generation BMW X5 is bigger and better than ever, although it no-longer stands out from the crowd
Is the BMW X5 M50d worthy of the company's M badge?
The BMW X5 xDrive 50i M Sport offers fierce acceleration and four driving modes to choose from
The third-generation BMW X5 is faster, cleaner and more comfortable than ever - should the Range Rover Sport be worried?
Featured in: Porsche Cayenne S Diesel vs BMW X5 M50d
The high-performance BMW X5 M50d wears a famous badge – and takes the dated SUV out with a bang
Facelifted premium SUV remains a class leader.
Large luxury SUVs might not be as popular as they used to be but with a raft of updates BMW believes its big SUV still has the X-factor.
The latest X5 remains a fine car, with a welcome increase in practicality.
The new X5 is improved over its predecessor in every way: bigger, more flexible and better to drive
Evolution is the name of the game with the X5. BMW has improved the car in every area
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