Jason Watt - Toyota Supra
Improved version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FazEYFDmuA
Jason Watt takes me for at drive at KTI Roskilde.
Bmw X5 3.0d 0-100kmh
2004 Bmw X5 3.0d
Chiptuning but dont know how much HP
2003 BMW X5 3.0i 0-100kmh-0
A simple 0-100-0 test of my X5. Test was done with transmission in sport
mode. I had to brake the moment I got to 100 km/h since I didn't think
there would be enough room for me to stop on the dead end street.
Video was taken with a Nokia 6600 cellphone.
0-100kmh on Michelin X-Ice tires and slightly damp surface: approx. 9
2005 BMW X5 4.4L V8 Start Up & Rev With Exhaust View - 84K
2005 BMW X5 4.4i
This has a 4.4L V8 making 315 HP while paired to a 6 Speed Auto. So this
is a pretty decent combo.
I have never been much a fan of X5's of this generation. The smallest road
imperfection is made into a huge deal so the ride can become choppy. I find
that the vertical travel of the rear suspension is very short as the rear
makes this hoppy or Jouncy feeling which is very uncomfortable. The Seats
are very hard & more so in the back seat, so these can become very tiresome
on long drives.
If you like X5's, best go for the V8 version.
I have driven dozens of 2001-2006 X5 3.0i's. The 3.0i is one of BMW's best
engines but it's too underpowered to propel this small but heavy SUV. The
5 Speed Auto used in the 3.0i hasn't proven too reliable and it is very
clumsy. Sometimes shifts can be smooth, Hard, Abrupt, it's just