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BMW X5 2.5 D
If AWD is still important to you, the next model up the X5 tree is the xDrive 25d in AWD.
In short, I was genuinely surprised at how effortlessly the smaller engine manages to get the better part of two tonnes up and moving. There’s 160kW on offer at 4400rpm, while the impressive torque figure – 440Nm – is available between a low 1500rpm and 2500rpm. The torque especially helps the sDrive 25d get from 0-100kph in 8.2-seconds.