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X5 3.5d
BMW > X5 > Gen.2 > [E70]

X5 3.5d (Germany, 2008)

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The BMW X5 3.5d was launched in 2008. It is the 2nd generation of the SUV model. The 2993cc front mounted engine of the version has a power output of 286 hp at 4400 rpm and a maximum torque of 580 nm. The version uses diesel as fuel. This X5 3.5d has a transmission with 6 speeds and automatic gearbox with four wheel drive. Being able to reach a maximum speed of 235 km/h, it sprints from 0 to 100km/h in 7.00 seconds. The consumption is directly linked to these numbers. It does an average of 8.2 l/100km. 216.0 g/km is the total of CO2 emissions that this car produces. This BMW X5 comes with disc brakes. It has been fitted with an independent suspension. This off-road vehicle has room for 7 people. The 5-door BMW X5 3.5d has 4854 mm in length with a wheelbase of 2933 mm, it is 1776 mm tall and 1933 mm wide.

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