BMW X5 4.4i VS BMW X5 3.0D NEW
BMW X5 4 4i VS BMW X5 3 0D NEW.- BMW X5 4.4i 286 koní 440nM VS BMW X5 3.0D 270 koní 620Nm, बीएमडब्ल्यू X5 4.4i 286 HP 440 एनएम विरुद्ध बीएमडब्ल्यू X5 3.0D 270 HP 620n, د BMW X5 4.4i 286 پاوره 440 NM VS BMW X5 3.0D 270 پاوره 620n، BMW X54.4i286馬力440 nMのVS BMW X5の3.0D270馬力620N、BMW X54.4i286马力440牛米VS BMW X53.0D270马力620N， New video 2015. Mercedes Benzs Arocs 4163 S 8x4 SLT - CTT Molsheim. It is the first vehicle of its kind in the Czech Republic in Central Europe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9r4a...
Drag race: BMW X5 M50d versus Range Rover Sport Supercharged V8
In a clash that just ten years ago would have seemed impossible or just downright silly, we lined up BMW's most powerful diesel SUV against the new Range Rover Sport, which uses an engine shared with the Jaguar F-Type to develop an incredible 375kW (502hp). Both manufacturers claim their cars accelerate from 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in the same time, so we honestly had no idea which car would win over the quarter mile drag race. What we did know is that one of these cars would have a bit more fuel in the tank at the end of the day. For more visit http://www.cars.co.za Car specs BMW X5 M50d Price: R1 113 148 Engine: 3.0 Inline-6 Tripleturbo diesel Power: 280kW and 740Nm Ave fuel: 6.7 litres/100km Range Rover Supercharged HSE V8 Price: R1 365 023 Engine: 5.0 litre V8 petrol Power: 375kW and 625Nm Ave fuel: 13.8 litres/100km Credits Written, Directed and Presented by Ciro De Siena Director of Photography - Warrick Le Sueuer Edited by JJ Jordaan Camera Assistants - Melrie Theunissen and Liam Drake Drivers - Dave Taylor and Gino Lange Music Flex Vector - Pocket Zombie Koona - Starkey
BMW X5 4.8is--Video Test Drive with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com An in-depth look at the BMW X5 4.8is, the original high-performance luxury sport utility. Courtesy of Midwest Auto Collection. Presented by Chris Moran. The 2005 BMW X5 4.8is is one of those vehicles. It rolls on 20s, has a bored-out V8 and a stiffened suspension holding it all up. On paper it's yet another argument that Americans will buy anything with a BMW badge on it, but on the road it's more fun than any SUV has a right to be. Displacing the Competition BMW borrowed a page from the Big Three school of high performance by upping the power of the X5 through increased displacement. The bump from 4.4 to 4.8 liters delivers 40 more horsepower and 26 additional pound-feet of torque for totals of 355 and 350, respectively. BMW's xDrive all-wheel-drive system works with a recalibrated six-speed automatic and a final drive ratio that's actually taller (3.9 vs. 4.1) than in the 4.4i to get the power to the ground. Throttle tip-in is ultraquick, with the slightest nudge of the pedal resulting in a thump from the Exhaust and a not-so-subtle leap forward. Lay into it a little harder and the 4.8 smoothes out and slows up as wind resistance and gravity begin to take their toll on the tall 2.5-ton vehicle. Its 0-to-60-mph time of 7 seconds and quarter-mile pass of 15.3 seconds make it one fast SUV, but both numbers are slower than those of any serious sport sedan in this BMW's $70K price range. Convincing Us One Corner at a Time Getting an SUV to go fast in a straight line is easy. Controlling one around a fast corner is the hard part. The standard X5 is good in this regard, but the 4.8is is better thanks to a sport-tuned air suspension; monster Michelin Diamari tires, sized 275/40 up front and 315/35 in back; and speed-sensitive variable assist steering (the standard system varies according to engine speed). With all four wheels getting power, ripping through turns requires nothing more than pitching it in, allowing it to take a set and then hammering the throttle down to pull it around. The steering is as precise as that of any BMW sedan, body roll is moderate and the massive tires cling like a high school girlfriend. The X5 4.8is clocked 62.3 mph through the slalom, a slightly higher speed than the Mercedes-Benz CLS500 sedan we ran the same day. The brakes are touchy, but the big 14-inch rotors stopped the 4.8 from 60 in just 116.1 feet, shorter than the CLS by a foot. Looking and Feeling the Part SUVs are purposeful, but rarely pretty. The X5 looks athletic and the 4.8is more so. In addition to big wheels and tires that give it a tough stance, the 4.8 gets titanium-colored grille work, shadowline window trim, extended side sills and a revised rear fascia highlighted by a pair of shadow chrome Exhaust tips. The 4.8is not only looks better, it feels and sounds better, too. Standard upgrades to the interior include eight-way sport seats, a nearly full-length sunroof and a thicker three-spoke steering wheel. There's no iDrive to make things complicated, and the cabin design has the simplicity that made 20th-century BMWs feel just right. The Alcantara-trimmed seats hold you in snugly without reminding you of every double cheeseburger you downed in the last six months. And speaking of meaty, the extra-thick steering wheel does as much to make the 4.8 feel sporty as any other upgrade on the spec chart. Cargo space is still meager, the CD changer is hard to get to and there's no third-row seat, but if those things are really that important to you, this is not your SUV. Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars.chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars www.chicagomotorcars.com