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  • “Compared to the Mercedes ML430, the X5's track is one inch wider and it rides 2.2 inches lower.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...manual gearbox, lightweight six-cylinder, and tush-friendly suspension made the test vehicle pretty close to wonderful.” — USA Today
  • “Keeping this hot-rodded X5 [4.6i] glued to the ground is a sport suspension with... exclusive 20-inch alloy wheels.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Crash-testing of the X5 has allowed it to set new standards in front- and side-impact protection.” — Edmunds.com
  • “It may be the best-handling SUV on the road. It almost feels like an oversized rally car.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “If the AMG Benz is for horsepower extremists, the X5 [4.4i] is still a power hitter-the Sammy Sosa to Mark McGuire of SUVs, maybe.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...the X5 can handle anything a graded surface can throw at it...including" a severe case of red clay mud.” — Woman Motorist
  • “...looks like a 540i wagon on steroids...” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...this isn't what we'd call a highly capable off-road vehicle. And cargo capacity isn't a strong point.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The X5 doesn't just ferry occupants through the urban jungle; it exempts them from it.” — The Car Connection
  • “At highway speeds... a tiny poke at the accelerator seems to levitate the X5 above and beyond fellow travelers.” — The Car Connection
  • “Four-wheel drive: Inferior to less-sophisticated, conventional systems in snow and ice.” — USA Today
  • “...a full-size spare tire... was an 18-inch Michelin in our X5 that was shod with the 19-inch Bridgestones.” — Car and Driver
  • “...a jarring ride on all but the smoothest blacktop.” — Car and Driver
  • “The X5 wants to be driven like a sports car. The five-speed Steptronic transmission can be easily used like a stick, downshifting with a snick or two of the lever for turns, sometimes instead of braking.” — New Car Test Drive

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