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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





Top 10 BMW Fails Compilation 2013
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BMW X5 4.4i Klaipeda
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2004 BMW X5 4.8is Start Up, Exhaust, In Depth Tour, and Short Test Drive
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 2004 BMW X5 4.8is. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this suv while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. I also take it for a brief test drive and show how it is on the road. A thorough tour/review of this suv designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle. BTW there are many other features of the X5 I was not able to show such, this vehicle is loaded, I will give you the best overview that I can in the time I have. If you want to know more info about this X5, check out their website here http://www.allcityauto.net





► The BMW i8 Production
BMW i8 deliveries to customers starting in June. Plug-in hybrid system developed and produced by the BMW Group represents the latest development stage of Efficient Dynamics; debut for three-cylinder petrol engine with BMW TwinPower turbo technology, displacement: 1.5 litres, output: 170 kW/231 hp, maximum torque: 320 Nm (236 lb-ft); power sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed automatic gearbox; model-specific hybrid synchronous electric motor, output: 96 kW/131 hp, maximum torque: 250 Nm (184 lb-ft); power channelled through the front wheels via a two-stage automatic transmission; lithium-ion high-voltage battery with liquid cooling and usable capacity of 5 kWh. Combination of BMW TwinPower turbo and BMW eDrive technology plus intelligent energy management produce system output of 266 kW/362 hp (max. torque: 570 Nm / 420 lb-ft) and give the BMW i8 the performance characteristics of a pure-bred sports car (0 -- 100 km/h / 62 mph in 4.4 seconds) combined with fuel economy and emissions figures more familiar from a small car (EU fuel consumption: 2.5 litres per 100 km / 113 mpg imp); "glued-to-the-road" AWD driving experience with torque distribution geared towards optimised dynamics. Driving Experience Control switch and eDrive button allow driver to choose from five driving modes; range of up to 35 kilometres (22 miles) on electric power alone and a top speed of 120 km/h (75 mph); COMFORT mode offers optimum balance between dynamics and efficiency; combined range in everyday conditions: over 500 kilometres (310 miles); SPORT mode with ultra-intense Boost function provided by the electric motor; ECO PRO mode can be used in both all-electric mode and hybrid mode. Sophisticated chassis technology featuring a double-wishbone front axle and a five-link rear axle; Electric Power Steering; Dynamic Damper Control comes as standard; 20-inch light-alloy wheels are standard, carbon wheels are optional. Emotion-led visual impression based around established BMW i design language; classical sports car proportions and fresh interpretation of BMW design features; doors open upwards like wings; clean lines, plus surface design (external and internal) based on the layering principle; full-LED headlights as standard, innovative laser headlights -- unique worldwide -- available as an option. Intelligent lightweight construction with elements including a CFRP passenger cell, doors with a CFRP-aluminium structure, an instrument panel with magnesium support, an aluminium chassis and a partition between the passenger compartment and boot made from thin glass; comprehensive safety concept and an ultra-torsionally stiff passenger cell. Extensive standard equipment includes the Navigation system Professional with proactive drive system for all-electric driving, fully-digital instrument display, BMW iDrive with freestanding Control Display and leather sports seats; choice of four exterior paint finishes and four interior equipment variants. Wide range of BMW ConnectedDrive features: Park Distance Control, cruise control system with braking function, rain sensor and Intelligent Emergency Call function as standard; optional driver assistance package with High Beam Assistant, a rear view camera, Surround View, Speed Limit Info including No Passing Info display, and Collision Warning with pedestrian recognition and braking function; also available are the Head-Up Display, BMW Online Entertainment, Concierge Services, Real Time Traffic Information and mobility services developed specifically for BMW i, e.g. intermodal route guidance. ► SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://urlz.fr/lEd ► WEBSITE: http://www.youcarnews.com ► FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/youcarpress ► TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/youcartv ► GOOGLE+: http://plus.google.com/+YouCarPress





(HD) Modified BMW X5 4.4 V8 - Ride, Revs & Topspeed on German Autobahn
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Dinan S3 BMW X5 4.6is
My Dinan supercharged BMW X5 4.6is. Proud member of x5world.com, screen name kirkx5m.





Hualingan 4th Gen Multimedia Headunit in my E53 BMW X5
This is a quick video to show some of the features of my Hualingan 4th Gen Multimedia Headunit that I fitted in my E53 BMW X5. I previously had the standard CD Player/Stereo fitted so this is a big upgrade! The 3rd and 4th Gen Hualingan units are far better quality that the 1st and 2nd Gen units in every way, and they have ironed out most (if not all) of the software issues. The 1st & 2nd Gen units were notoriously unreliable and largely 'prototype', so beware of eBay sellers offering these old units. Make sure you ask which Gen you are buying. Visually the 4th Gen (in this video) looks pretty much the same as the older ones, but the button text and backlights are much better and look way more OEM that the older ones. The actual user interface is much quicker and smoother on the 4th gen too. Apparently the 4th Gen has 2 processors unlike the previous models. The Bluetooth works great over the phone and the Mic has been greatly improved on the 4th Gen unit. I use the in-built Mic and it works way better than I expected, calls are clear and perfect both ends, no shouting needed. On the video I also show streaming music from my iPhone4 to the Headunit via Bluetooth, which also works great (and I didn't even know it did this when I bought it...Bonus!) The Headunit is also fully compatible with the X5 steering wheel controls, including the Phone buttons. It also comes with a remote that has all the functions on it. I have not routed the Digital TV antenna yet, it is sat in the glovebox so of course I haven't shown this in the video, but when I briefly put it out on the dash to test it, it found all the channels and seemed to work pretty well. I'll upload a video of this when I have actually routed the Ariel properly.





BMW X5 E53 V8 4.8is X5M / Mercedes Benz ML 320 W163 snow winter





2005 BMW X5 3.0i X-Drive E53 SUV Review & Test Drive
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Custom Magnaflow Exhaust on BMW X5 3.0i
Custom Magnaflow Exhaust on BMW X5 3.0i with magnaflow X pipe





BMW E53 X5 4.6IS On Board Lap Of Nordschleife Nürburgring Bridge To Gantry 10th September 2012
Video of my E53 BMW X5 4.6IS. This was my second ever lap round the ring. Watching it back I can see a lot of improvement is needed. Learning the actual track layout for one. Also letting off the throttle when I don't need to. Problem I found even with the DSC completely turned OFF it was still cutting the power as I came out of the corners on full throttle. The "bong" sound you hear is sounded each time the car reaches 75mph set by the OBC. Comments & tips/advice would be appreciated. I can't wait to go back to the ring again this year! Thanks for watching. P.S - Skip to 7:41 for an outside trackside view :)





BMW X5 3.0i Walkaround
2004 BMW X5 3.0i walkaround with Chicago Cars Direct. Okay, that spleen having been vented, let's proceed. Since its introduction for the 2000 model year, the X5 has been an unqualified success for BMW. But under pressure from a load of new sport-utes rolled out by VW, Porsche, Lexus, Infiniti, and others, X5 sales have slid by about five percent from their 2002 peak of 42,742 units. In the hope of reversing that trend, BMW has subjected the X5 to a fairly thorough midlife makeover (which, unfortunately, came too late for us to include the revamped X5 in our 5Best Trucks competition last month). According to BMW, the 2004 X5 has more than 2100 new parts, two new engines, and four new colors. The most obvious update is a nose that's restyled from the A-pillar forward. It's a subtle face lift that retains BMW's trademark nostrils but adds emphasis with a series of showy chrome bars. The most significant news is the xDrive full-time, four-wheel-drive system. Basically, xDrive is a more responsive system because it adds a computer-controlled limited-slip center differential. It processes information from wheel-speed and stability-control sensors—monitoring such things as yaw rate and steering-wheel position—to distribute torque among all four wheels in a few milliseconds. Although this sort of system is not unheard of, BMW says its version is more responsive because of its exclusively developed and patented software and hardware. We flogged a few X5s equipped with the system at BMW's test track across the street from its factory in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where the X5 is built. Running water at strategic places on the track created conditions where all, some, or none of the wheels was able to get a grip. What we discovered was, well, nothing. The xDrive did its work with no discernible lag, noise, or effort. The X5 remained under control through all but the most moronic driving. Transparent is a word in vogue these days, but it falls short in describing this four-wheel-drive system; invisible is more like it. The 2004 X5 has three engine choices. The X5 4.4i is now powered by a version of the 4.4-liter V-8 that's shared with BMW's 7-series. This engine has BMW's Valvetronic variable valve-lift system and 315 horsepower—25 more than the old 4.4-liter V-8. It also comes with a new six-speed Steptronic automatic transmission. Later in the year, the top-of-the-line X5 4.8is comes with a stout 355-hp, 4.8-liter V-8, which replaces last year's 340-hp, 4.6-liter V-8. The 225-hp inline six found in the base X5 3.0i carries over from previous years but with a new six-speed manual. At 4960 pounds, a loaded X5 needs all these horses, and the more the better. But oddly enough, the additional transmission gear and 25 horsepower don't improve the X5's performance. In this test, 60 mph arrived in 7.1 seconds and the quarter-mile flashed by in 15.4 seconds at 92 mph (our long-term 2001 X5 4.4i hit 60 in 6.7 seconds and did the quarter in 15.3 at 90 mph). In addition to its fine engines, the X5 has plenty of techno goodies with such standard features as hill-descent control, which, at the push of a button, takes over on tricky downhills to keep the X5 straight and stable, and dynamic stability control, which includes ABS. You expect all this stuff in a BMW, and the X5 doesn't disappoint. It is totally Bimmerish, with the Munich-based automaker's subtle blend of hard-edged technology and soft-surface luxury. The only perceptible difference between driving an X5 and, say, a 5-series sedan is that you sit higher up. The X5 also has BMW's usual fine balance among roll stiffness, supple compliance, and controlled pitch under braking—all of which made meandering over a couple hundred miles of smooth, twisty roads through the Great Smoky Mountains on a sunny day a truly rare treat. This pleasure comes at a price, of course, which starts at $40,995 for the X5 3.0i, progresses to $52,195 for the X5 4.4i tested here, and tops out at about $65,000 for the upcoming X5 4.8is. Maybe that's the difference between activity and utility. The former costs more.




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