The BMW X5 has an impressive 650-litre boot with the rear seats in place, which is larger than most of its rivals’ including the Range Rover Sport’s, but some way short of the class best XC90’s. Even so, it will provide easily enough space for a family to transport their things, including two or three large suitcases or two large folding pushchairs.
Even better, the X5’s boot is a square shape, meaning you won’t get wide items stuck on the wheelarches when trying to slide them in. The boot lip is flush with the boot floor, too.
The hybrid model gets a slightly smaller boot, losing some of the boot depth to accommodate the batteries necessary to power the electric motor. You also can’t spec seven seats on the five-seat only hybrid model.
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