With the BMW X5 (E53-plant designation) brought the Bavarian Motor Works in early 2000 for the first time an SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle) to the market. While initially just two versions of the BMW X5 have been offered (3.0i and 4.4i), the BMW X5 car was already available in four variants from the E70 series in 2006. In the current production of the BMW X5, which in 2011 will be followed by a new series, two diesel and petrol engines are configured for the new car : In addition to the entry-level model with a gasoline engine, the BMW X5 xDrive35i and 306 hp, is the xDrive50i 407 hp with the flagship of the X5, which examined the comparison with the VW Touareg, Porsche Cayenne and the Mercedes-Benz ML-Class. The diesel engine does not skimp on performance, thus renders the BMW X5 xDrive30d, xDrive40d 245 hp and impressive 306 hp to all four wheels as factory BMW X5 in all-wheel drive is installed. Flagship of the range is the BMW X5 M is the 555 bhp, up to 275 km / h fast (when equipped without speed regulation) and the SUV accelerates in 4.7 seconds to 100 km / hr. Unlike most other SUV 's, the series has no grounds reduction, so BMW says the X5 from another vehicle type : SAV Sports Activity Vehicle. The BMW X5 is designed to provide a perfect compromise between SUV and sedan for the ambitious sports driver who combines excellent handling and driving behavior of a BMW with the unique "Command Position" and a very wide range of applications. Search for your jeep or an SUV Used at this website.