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BMW X5 3.0 D
Damn, the X5 is good to drive. Perhaps not quite as overtly sporty as previous models, but as an overall package, it really takes some beating, with a measured ride, crisp handling and near-total confidence in all weathers and all remotely road-based surfaces.
The xDrive30d, now with 258bhp, still does 0-62mph in 6.9 seconds, so is perfectly quick enough in its own right.