Used BMW X5 2009 Diesel for Sale

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Additional Info

7 seater, beige leather interior, rear parking sensors, Bluetooth, sat nav. | ABS Brakes, Airbags, Air Conditioning, All electrics, Alloys, Car Alarm, CD Player, Diesel, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Front Fog Lamps, Full Service History, Satelite Navigation, Leather Interior, Cd/Radio, Electric Seats, Sports Suspension

Price €32,950
Body Type
Doors 4
Owners 0
Gearbox Automatic
Mileage 148,059 Km
Fuel Diesel
MPG 39.43
TAX €1,200
Boot Size -
Tax Expiry -
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
NCT Expiry -
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
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Key Facts

Make

BMW

Model
X5
Variant
3.0d M Sport
Car Category
Other
First Launched
2007
End of production
2013
Engine (L)
3.0
Gearbox Type
Automatic
Gears
6 speed auto
Fuel type
Diesel
Body Type
SUV
Price New
€83,260
Driver Review Rating
3

Running Costs

Tax
€1494
Tax Band
F
L/100km Combined
6.0
Average km/L
16.6
Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
85
Fuel Tank Range
1412 km
Cost of filling a tank
€103.62
Average Cost Per 200 km
€14.68
CO2 emmissions
214 g/km

Performance

Brake Horsepower
231 bhp
Max Power kW
172
Displacement - CC (Engine)
2993
Engine Cylinders
6
Engine Position
Front, longitudinal
Number of valves
4
Aspiration
Turbocharging
Top speed
216 (km/h)
Acceleration(0-100 km/h)
8.3 s
L/100km Urban
10.40 L
L/100km Extra Urban
7.00 L

Space & Practicality

Body Type
SUV
Doors
5
Seats
5

Safety

Euroncap Star Rating
5

Dimensions

Wheels
All wheel drive (4x4)
Length
4854 mm
Width
1933 mm
Height
1739 mm
Wheel Base
2933 mm
Front Track (mm)
1739
Rear Track (mm)
1576
Kerb weight
2050 KG
Max trailer Weight (Kg)
2790

Technical Information

Engine Configuration
Inline
Engine Type
Front, longitudinal
Fuel Delivery
Diesel Commonrail
Front Suspension
Helical spring
Rear Suspension
Helical spring
Front Brakes
Ventilated discs
Rear Brakes
Disc
Steering
Steering rack
Power
231 bhp

Muscular, roomy, prestigous

Not as much fun to drive, cramped 3rd row

Our Rating 3.6/5
  • Performance
  • Style & Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Interior
  • Refinement
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Running Costs
  • Equipment
  • Engine Specs

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BMW X5 ( 2007)

71/100
our score
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Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Muscles

  • Engine Specifications

    Great diesels

  • Performance

    All are quick

  • Ride & Handling

    Handles well

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Well laid out

  • Space & Practicality

    Roomy front

  • Safety

    Top spec

  • Value & Running Costs

    Resale

  • Quality & Refinement

    Refined

  • Equipment

    OK spec

  • Summary

    Muscular, roomy, prestigous

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    Looks huge

  • Engine Specifications

    Pointless petrols

  • Performance

    3.0 petrol

  • Ride & Handling

    Not like it should

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    iDrive

  • Space & Practicality

    Awkward rear row

  • Safety

    Not much

  • Value & Running Costs

    Running costs

  • Quality & Refinement

    Poor cabin plastics

  • Equipment

    Options

  • Summary

    Not as much fun to drive, cramped 3rd row

Style & Design
7/10

It was inevitable that the X5 would grow in size to accommodate 7 seats but it simply looks huge these days. The sheetmetal is interestingly muscular but without enormous wheels (which ruin the ride quality) it's not the head-turner it once was.

Performance
8/10

The 3.0 petrol is disappointingly sluggish and thirsty in real-world situations so either 3.0 diesel makes for a considerably better all rounder. The 4.8 V8 is seriously quick but the transmission is clunky and works better with the diesel anyway. A faster V8 model is in the works.

Ride & Handling
7/10

Those expecting a big 5-Series can forget it. The X5 has grown to such an extent it no longer feels especially agile. It turns in and grips decently but feedback isn't abundant and bigger wheels and tyres destroy the already firm ride quality. Range Rover Sport out-handles it.

Interior & Ergonomics
7/10

The new X5's cabin mixes some of the old X5's logic with the modern surfacing to produce on of BMW's best cabins in recent times. The new gear stub is simple to use if slow to respond at times, while the perfect driving position is easily attainable. iDrive lives on, sadly.

Quality & Refinement
6/10

The X5 feels mechanically robust but some of the cabin is disappointingly poorly made. The centre console feels cheap while we've had bits of seat rail trim come loose. Refinement depends large on your wheels size. The bigger the wheel, the worse it rides.

Safety
9/10

The X5 has six airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, seatbelt pretensioners and load limiters, ESP and emergency brake lights as standard. Automatic lights and wipers and parking sensors are standard also. Except 5 NCAP stars, like the old model.

Space & Practicality
7/10

There's no space issues up front, with huge, comfy seats, tons of storage areas and decent visibility, while 2nd row passengers are also well taken care of. The rearmost row is a pain to erect, difficult to access and is very cramped. BMW has a lot to learn about 7-seaters.

Value & Running Costs
6/10

Value is a relative term and in this segment the X5 represents decent, if unexceptional value. You get the badge and the engineering but you pay through the nose for the toys. Running costs are very high - not for the faint-hearted.

Equipment
6/10

As you'd expect all have six airbags, electric windows and mirrors, remote locks, air conditioning and alloy wheels but electric leather seats, climate control, sat nav and sportier wheels are eye-wateringly expensive options. Be warned.

Engine Specifications
8/10

Four engines power the BMW X5 range, the best of which is the muscular new 286hp/580Nm, 3.0, 6-cylinder 3.0sd. The 235hp/520Nm 3.0d is a cracker, too, but the 6-cylinder, 272hp/315Mn 3.0 petrol and 355hp/475Nm 4.8 V8 can't compare to torquey diesels.

It was never going to be too difficult for BMW to convince people to buy a new version of the X5. The last one had been around since 1999 and quickly became one of the most sought-after SUVs on the planet for its blend of performance, practicality and about as much ruggedness as most SUV owners would ever need. It was never much good off-road but then few ever ventured far from the tarmac or indeed the city. More than 600,000 X5s were produced in BMW’s Spartanburg plant in America since then and even up to the end of the production run of the last X5 sales were very strong. But rather than just stick with the car for longer than they should, BMW adhered to their policy of seven-year life cycles and have given us a new X5, but this time it is bigger and crucially, it can now be bought with seven seats.

Those two extra seats were once a reason why buyers might have chosen a Land Rover Discovery or a Volvo XC90 instead. And when the Audi Q7 became available with seven seats it seemed inevitable that BMW would appear with the same. To accommodate the extra accommodation, new X5 is larger in every way of course. The wheelbase is up 113mm compared to the old one, but there is less front and rear overhang. The track has been increased to lower the centre of gravity of the car and thus improve the handling and BMW have made the new X5 stiffer than before - stiffer, they point out, than a BMW E30 M3 Group A racecar with steel roll cages!

Visually the car looks a lot more modern and is a big jump from the previous one, which was starting to show its age a bit. There is a larger kidney grille and more raised contour lines and at the rear the L-shaped taillights include LED’s for greater visibility. Inside, the X5 gets iDrive, which you either love or hate and this now includes eight programmable ‘favourite’ buttons, which makes getting to more usual functions a whole lot easier.

The overwhelming majority of customers in Ireland will choose the model you see here, the 3.0d. This is a second-generation common-rail diesel and is now eight percent more fuel efficient than the previous model and the same amount less CO2 at 231g/km, which is less than any Audi Q7 or Mercedes ML. Power, is also up eight percent with the unit now putting out 235hp and torque is up four percent at 520Nm. The X5 now comes with a faster-shifting six-speed automatic transmission that comes with a more ergonomic gear lever and changes with this are smoother and it makes the X5 feel more responsive than before.

The previous X5 was famed for its handling and this one follows the same theme. It features double-wishbone front suspension and active anti-roll bars with Electronic Damper Control. It is a very agile SUV but with the bigger wheels and run-flat tyres the ride is a little harsh, so bear this in mind if you have kids. You can choose to have two extra seats at the rear, which are not really for full-size adults but will do fine for kids and these fold out of the way when not used. They are a €2,715 option.

This car is a natural evolution of the previous version and is likely to be a no-brainer for anyone who has had one before and now with the option of a third-row of seats it might just bring in some more buyers who were undecided.

Verdict:  A brilliant SUV, with excellent handling and a lot more versatility than before thanks to the extra seating. The slightly hard ride is the only black mark against it.

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09 JUN
3/5

I bought it new,not used,Galway girl

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