A smooth, classy and luxurious SUV, but not as practical as its best rivals and relatively expensive to buyget the best price
This is the cheapest X5 version, but it’s still pretty lavish, with leather seats, air suspension, ambient lighting, LED headlights and an infotainment system bristling with extra features all coming as standard. You really don’t need anything more.
A lovely, smooth 3.0-litre six-cylinder twin-turbo petrol with a sporty engine note when pushed hard. It’s powerful, too, which makes it great fun to drive, but the problem is its thirst, so it’s only recommendable if you do relatively few miles – or don’t mind splashing out on fuel.