In an effort to do everything, the year 2000
The BMW X5 doesn’t really succeed in either. The interior is as well put together as any German, but once on the road, an owner is met with a rough ride and traction that feels compromised everywhere except dry pavement. It is a large SUV meant to transport a group of people, but its cargo capacity is very limited. So, what do we make of BMW’s “sports activity vehicle”?
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