Which used BMW X5 4x4 should I buy?
The most sensible option is the xDrive30d, because it never feels like it is lacking in performance and it provides the best blend of fuel economy versus price. True, an xDrive45e that is regularly charged would beat it, but it currently costs considerably more to buy and makes most sense bought new as a company car.
The standard xLine comes with all the equipment you’d really need, plus it has smaller 19in alloy wheels that should help quell some of the X5’s road noise issues. Having said that, you can still go for a sportier-looking M Sport model without fear of its bigger 20in wheels ruining the ride, because its air suspension can be put into a softer Comfort mode for rough roads.
Our favourite BMW X5: xDrive30d xLine
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