BMW X5 XDRIVE 30I .
If you would be driving an upscale German sport sedan such as a BMW 5 Series, but want or need more utility, better ground clearance along with all-wheel-drive security, this may be the right fit for your garage. the 2010 BMW X5 remains one of the few largish sport utilities that can be fun to drive for serious drivers. This is due to its sophisticated suspension (double-pivot front and multi-link rear), H-rated all-season tires, variable-assist rack-and-pinion steering and powerful four-wheel disc brakes. With limited ground clearance and all-season tires, the X5 has few off-road aspirations but one of the best all-weather all-wheel-drive systems, which electronically varies front-to-rear torque and traction control to optimize grip. The X5’s generous allotment of standard features includes a six-speed STEPTRONIC automatic transmission, xDrive all-wheel drive, all-season run-flat tires on 18-inch alloy wheels, xenon adaptive auto-leveling headlamps with automatic control, panoramic moonroof, power tilt and telescoping leather-wrapped steering wheel, dynamic cruise control, 10-way power front seats with memory, leatherette upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control and AM/FM/CD/MP3 12-speaker audio with auxiliary input, navigation, Bluetooth and power taigate lift. Powered by a 3.0-liter in-line 6 with 260 horsepower @ 6600 rpm and a EPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/21. Clean carfax, no accidents, priced thousands below market.