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Old 06-13-2018, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by t4000 View Post
I really like my X5 diesel , only had it a little more than a year . 138 k on the clock , runs and drives beautiful . Very high quality vehicle , I think its getting 24 mpg average ? My X5 is a 2010 model I purchased from the original owner .Very well cared for . So far no issues . I replaced a 2015 cayenne diesel with the X5 . Took money off the table for other purposes . No regrets . The cayenne would smoke the X5 power wise .
Good to hear. Thanks. I am ok with moderate performance. My RR has the V8 and frankly I rarely ever use the power. The solid fuel economy and purr of the diesel would be nice for all the traffic we sit in around Seattle. She just received a promotion that entails more of a commute so this would ease that frustration a bit. If the reliability is good I would prefer to find a 2016 and buy slightly used vs leasing the 2019 new model when it comes out this fall. I am sure many BMW enthusiasts will bring quite a bit of demand for the new model.