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2007 BMW X5

2007 BMW X5 Review

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Like its predecessor, the second-generation X5 disappoints when it goes off the beaten track. Instead of offering a height-adjustable air suspension, it can be had with such pavement-oriented goodies as active steering, adjustable antiroll bars, and switchable dampers. Instead of mechanical differential locks, it features the latest version of the electronically controlled torque-split-by-demand xDrive four-wheel-drive system. And instead of a low-range transfer case, it boasts a new six-speed manu-matic. The key chassis-related innovation is a new multilink front suspension that provides a smoother ride and better handling. Even when the X5 is equipped with the optional $3600 sport package, which includes extrastiff 255/55HR-19 Michelin Latitude run-flat tires, active roll stabilization, and electronic damping control, it responds to arm-thick transverse ridges and crater-deep potholes in a much more compliant manner than it did before.

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