About BMW X5

    The BMW X5 is one of the German automaker's luxury SUVs, and it first appeared on the road for the 2000 model year. Upon its debut, the BMW X5 was outfitted with a 4.4L V8 engine, which produced 286 horsepower and was mated to either a five-speed manual transmission or a five-speed automatic. A year after it was released, the BMW X5 became available with a 3.0L V6 powertrain (225 hp). A year later, BMW unveiled a high-performing variant of the vehicle the BMW X5 46i, which boasted a 4.6L V8 capable of 340 horsepower along with 350 pounds-per-foot of torque. A new 4.4i also joined the lineup and displayed a boost in horsepower up to 290.

    2004 welcomed in a bevy of changes to the BMW X5 accessories, including a new front fascia that showed off adaptive headlights (optional) and new foglights. More notable for the 2004 model year was the addition of BMW X5 parts, such as BMW's all-wheel drive system xDrive. The BMW X5 4.6i was replaced by the new 4.8i (brandishing a 4.8L V8 and 355 horsepower). The 4.4i received a boost, as well, seeing its hp rise to 325. There were minimal updates made to the X5 over the next couple of model years. Following 2006, BMW unveiled the second-generation of the X5. The sophomore edition of the X5 was slightly bigger and considered even more luxurious than the previous generation. Only the 4.8i and 3.0si were offered initially but eventually BMW would introduce the new turbodiesel xDrive35d.

    The BMW X5 saw several changes over the first couple of years on dealer lots. Trims of the model were the xDrive 30i, the xDrive481, and the xDrive35d. As with just about all modern BMW vehicles, the name of the model is congruent to its engine displacement, as the xDrive30i used a 3.0L inline six-cylinder, the xDrive 48i showcased a 4.8L V8, and the xDrive35d represented the turbodiesel configuration. Automatic dimming mirrors, a power liftgate, Bluetooth connectivity, leather upholstery, sport seats, and an adaptive suspension are some of the BMW X5 parts available either as separate options or as a part of one of several upgraded packages.

    Strength and endurance highlight this stylish crossover which has installed BMW as a new innovator in the world of four-wheel-drive. Staunch performance outlines the heavy lifting drivers need when they want to access their inner animal. Built to cruise the dirt off the highway or to travel leisurely through the town, the X5 represents the type of versatility that is so crucial in today's world. The right blend of luxurious sensibilities makes the X5 an extremely fashionable force to be reckoned with.

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    BMW Announces Recall for 2012 BMW X5 Diesel
    BMW Announces Recall for 2012 BMW X5 Diesel

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the 2012 BMW X5 Xdrive35d (diesel) model will be recalled for a number of faulty welds in the power-steering belt tensioner found on certain cars. The X5 xDrive 35i and 50i models with gasoline engines are not part of the recall.

    The German automaker numbers just 923 X5 SUV in this case. These vehicles were built from March 31 till May 19 of this year. The NHTSA declared that the problem stems from bad welds in the belt tensioner which contains minor cracks that are prone to failure over time. If a weld will fail, the BMW X5 crossover will suffer an immediate loss of power steering that could cause a loss of control and this, by-turn, potentially results in the risk of an accident.