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New car diary for BMW X5

Make: BMW

Model: X5

Released: Nov 2018

BMW's all-new fourth-generation X5 large SUV sports a new exterior, larger dimensions and a host of features to enhance on-road comfort, safety and off-road capability.
 
The new X5 also brings a number of features never before seen on a BMW SUV, such as two-axle air suspension and integral active steering.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5 - xDrive40e

Released: May 2016

BMW's first plug-in hybrid X5 arrives in Australia in May. It uses a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine paired with a 15.4kWh electric motor.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5 - M

Released: Apr 2015

BMW will introduce M versions of its X5 and X6 SUV twins in 2015, both powered by the same 423kW/750Nm 4.4-litre V8 TwinPower turbocharged V8, capable of launching from 0-100km/h in just 4.2 seconds.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5

Released: Nov 2013

When BMW’s third-generation X5 line-up launches in late 2014, it could include an entry-level two-wheel drive variant, bringing it into line with a number of other SUVs. Larger than the outgoing model, the 2013 X5 features sharper, more aggressive styling, a redesigned interior and a suite of new or revised powerplants.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5 - M

Released: Jan 2010

BMW’s X5 M is due to hit local showrooms in January 2010, with a pricetag of $172,900. Powered by a 408kW/680Nm high-performance twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre petrol V8, the X5 M blasts to 100km/h in a supercar-like 4.7 seconds as BMW's answer to Porsche's Cayenne Turbo and Mercedes ML63 AMG.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5

Released: Feb 2008

BMW will launch its most powerful diesel model ever in Australia – the twin-turbocharged X5 3.0sd – in the first quarter of 2008, priced from $102,800. The mighty 3.0-litre all-aluminium six-cylinder turbo-diesel engine pumps out a whopping 200kW at 4400rpm and 565Nm at 2000rpm.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5

Released: Apr 2007

BMW's hotly-anticipated second-generation X5 is expected to go on sale in Australia by mid to late April 2007 following its Melbourne motor show debut. The new model promises more power and torque for all three engines and an even stronger body with space for up to seven.
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Make: BMW

Model: X5 - 4.8is

Released: Jul 2004

BMW's range-topping X5 4.8is is due to arrive on sale Down Under in July as the successor to the 4.6is. Expected to deliver sub-six-second 0-100km/h pace, the new X5 flagship will carry a pricetag to match. It will also feature the facelifted X5's new AWD drivetrain and six-speed auto, plus 20-inch wheels!
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Make: BMW

Model: X5

Released: Jan 2004

Debuting at the 2003 Frankfurt motor show, the facelifted 2004 X5 goes on sale in Europe and Australia in January, 2004. Along with styling borrowed from its smaller X3 sibling – due on sale here in mid-2004 - the revised X5 gets a new 235kW V8 and new 150kW/480Nm turbo-diesel engine, from $84,000.
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