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    The 2015 BMW X5 is a luxury midsize SUV powered by a 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine that makes 300 horsepower, while an optional turbocharged diesel engine makes 255 horsepower. A 445-horsepower turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine is also available. An eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive are standard. All-wheel drive is optional with the base engine and standard on other trims. The base 2015 BMW X5 earns an EPA-estimated 19/27 mpg, while the diesel model gets 23/31 mpg.

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    Stylish and quality products like the sport leather-wrapped steering wheel is newly standard for 2015 among other standard features makes the new 2015 BMW X5 very attractive especially for exporting. A Navigation system also comes standard with infotainment Liquid Crystal Display and iDrive software. While the security system is enhanced, with airbags activated under the hood and covering most pillars and glass. Screening shown that braking system is also enhanced.

    Inside the import ready 2015 BMW X5 an available third row, telescopic steering wheel, leatherette upholstery, heated 10-way power-adjustable front seats, a nine-speaker sound system, dual-zone automatic climate control, a power tilt and Bluetooth HD Radio that all come standard in the 2015 BMW X5 which can seat up to seven people!

    Additional options available on the new X5 are leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, a 20-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, heated rear seats, a 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen surround sound audio system and a rear-seat entertainment system.

    Make sure to reach out to ImportRates.com for great import and export deals on the New X5 by BMW. You can contact us at 310.860.8986 or 1.866.596.2008 and we can reached by filling out our contact us form HERE!

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    2014 BMW X5 Review
    We’ve yet to meet a carmaker that regretted joining the SUV club, and the BMW X5 is a perfect example of why. Originally considered a “heretic” by us in our review of the first generation more than 13 years ago, the vehicle became an instant sales success. Its sporting credentials were strongly upgraded with the second generation for 2007, which was also given the full-fledged M treatment and, in Europe, as a tri-turbo M Performance diesel version.

    Walkaround
    Claimed to be aerodynamically slipperier and about 200 pounds lighter than the outgoing model, the new 2014 X5 launches with two gasoline engines: a 3.0-liter, single-turbocharged inline-six with 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque in the sDrive35i and xDrive35i, and a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 with 445 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque in the xDrive50i. BMW claims 0-to-60-mph times of 6.2 seconds for the six and 4.9 for the V-8, but they’ll likely be slightly quicker in our testing. The last six-banger X5 we tested—a heavier piece, remember—did the deed in that same 6.2 seconds. In early 2014, a 3.0-liter diesel six will return to the lineup and again be badged as the xDrive35d. It will offer 255 horsepower, 413 lb-ft of torque, and a 0-to-60 time of less than seven seconds.

    For the first time in the history of the X5, and right from the market launch, BMW will also offer a rear-wheel-drive model—that’s the somewhat clumsily named sDrive35i. This version breaks with the dogma of offering only all-wheel-drive versions on the X5, as BMW seems to have realized that the off-pavement activities of most X5s are restricted to the negotiation of gravel driveways.

    All engines are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Its behavior—as well as that of the chassis—is governed by a number of settings bracketed by the efficiency-loving “Eco Pro” and aggressive “Sport+” modes. The former can decouple the driveline when the driver lifts off the accelerator without hitting the brakes, as well as tailor the climate control and heated seats for maximum energy savings. Sport+ heightens shift and throttle response, firms up the optional adjustable suspension, and remaps the steering. There are also Normal and Sport modes.

    By default, the chassis is tailored to please those who like a little spice in their driving experience, but it can be further enhanced. As mentioned, adjustable dampers are available, as is an M Sport suspension. But the pinnacle of performance is reached with the Dynamic Handling package, which incudes an active anti-roll system and, on xDrive models, a torque-vectoring function for the rear diff. The standard electric power steering is available with an active steering program that adjusts the steering ratio according to the vehicle’s speed. With the X5, autonomous driving has essentially arrived: Traffic Jam Assistant will be available starting in December and not only controls the vehicle’s speed during stop-and-go traffic but also keeps it centered in its lane.

    Being a modern BMW, an ultra-sophisticated telematics and driver information system is par for the course. It features a navigation system with real-time traffic info and suggestions for when to take your foot off the accelerator; mobile-office functions and BMW’s own apps are also included. The apps allow the driver to access essential motoring tools such as Twitter and Facebook, but only if he or she owns an iPhone. In BMW’s world, Android-wielding lowlifes need not apply. When equipped with all-wheel drive, the X5’s screen informs occupants of vehicle roll and pitch and displays a compass, lest you get lost in the galleria parking structure.

    Inside, the new X5’s cockpit shows only the slightest driver orientation, but expensive and pleasing shapes and materials are abundant, at least when one upgrades from the base model to one of three trim packages: xLine, Luxury Line, and M Sport. The gear selector is positioned on the center console where it belongs, and BMW offers three audio setups: the base system; the mid-level Harman/Kardon unit; and a top-of-the-line, 1200-watt, 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen system.

    Summary
    Outside, few will mistake the new X5 for its predecessor. It now features a huge and protruding front grille that connects visually with the xenon or LED headlights. The taillights resemble those of the X1, and the wrinkled body is littered with air vents and breathers, which BMW maintains have a positive effect on aerodynamic performance. Third-row seating is available.


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    ImportRates.com offers a full service 2014 BMW X5 export/import solution to consumers around the world. We offer every new and pre-owned 2014 BMW X5 car available for nationwide delivery. Export/Import 2014 BMW X5 new and used cars with a 10yr USA licensed dealer. Take advantage of the weak American dollar and purchase your next 2014 BMW X5 vehicle with the help of ImportRates.com. Utilize our strong purchasing power with locations on both USA coasts and 50 plus sales team to get the lowest export/import 2014 BMW X5 prices worldwide. ImportRates.com can ship your 2014 BMW X5 to any destination in the USA. Our certified sales consultants have years of experience in moving new and used vehicles nationwide. All makes and models are available and we specialize in locating those hard to find rare option packages and colors for our large family of members. Please call us today toll free at 1-866-596-2008 or 310-860-8986.
    2014 BMW X5 Review
    BMW is expected to release the third iteration of the popular X5. Six months later, the new X6 is scheduled to see the light. Both models are based on a new components set known in-house as “X for all,” a result of BMW’s growing interest and expertise in all-wheel drive.

    Walkaround
    For the X5 and X6, “X for all” means new axles derived from the 5-series sedan. They will, according to BMW, help reduce the weight by up to 330-pounds. As a result, the lightest X5 replacement is said to undercut the two-ton mark by a small yet significant margin. An unfortunate victim of this new design is the X6’s torque-vectoring rear differential, which works magically but adds weight and cost. Instead, BMW intends to offer the optional active steering, a self-leveling air suspension and Adaptive Drive, which employs adjustable anti-roll bars to suppress unwanted body movements. The three-way damper calibration system (normal, sport, comfort) and the related engine/transmission control are expected to be no-cost parts of the X5/X6 parcel. The two crossovers also introduce an array of driver assistance devices that likely preview what’s to come on the next 3-series. Among them are lane departure warning and compensation devices, night vision, park assist with surround view cameras, traffic sign recognition and active cruise control that allows the vehicle to come to a complete stop and accelerate up to speed. All-new styling for the X5 likely refrains from the swoopy swooshiness of Adrian van Hooydonk’s most recent creations like the 6-series coupe. The cabin layout is said to be remarkably close to the 5-series Gran Turismo, which is doing extremely well in China. Expect extras like a full-length glass sunroof, power-operated rear seats, and a much more practical split tailgate with a lower section that folds up rather than down.

    Summary
    A sports package includes larger wheels and a more ground-hugging stance, as well as an aero kit that reduces drag and increases down force at speed. Although the X6 styling still won’t be an object lesson in functional design, the coupe crossover does get a dose of practicality. A redesigned (and better looking) stern improves visibility and creates quantifiably more rear headroom. Wider rear doors ease entry and exit. That said, the pseudo SUV also gets an even more dynamic looking greenhouse. New front and rear fascias round out the update.