2014 BMW X5 Debuts

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,138
edited September 2014 in BMW

image2014 BMW X5 Debuts

The third-generation 2014 BMW X5 arrives at U.S. dealers in the fourth quarter in turbocharged six-cylinder and V8 variants, with an updated diesel model due several months later.

Read the full story here



  • quidycatquidycat Member Posts: 12
    looks good. but still avoiding run flat tires
  • frank908frank908 Member Posts: 48
    No longer looks cool. The wheel-gap is so high that its looks are bordering on front-wheel drive. The Mazda CX5 looks more aggressive and taught.

    WTF, BMW??
  • ddennerlineddennerline Member Posts: 0
    It needs a coupla more vents, grills, lights, scoops, lines crisscrossing the front end...bit too plain - just sayin'....
  • hotpass105hotpass105 Member Posts: 0
    I'm surprised that no one has noticed the fact the rear and front wheel arches are shaped differently. The front is more rounded and the back is almost squared.
  • hank39hank39 Tallahassee, FLMember Posts: 144
    That's a huge screen.
  • yetiwagon_yetiwagon_ Member Posts: 4
    My horror can only be properly expressed in Dieter Sprache: Heilige Scheiße, das ist hässlich!
  • justaske96justaske96 Member Posts: 4
    OK, Im still not on-board with this design language that forces the headlights to touch the grille(im over it--- stop it). and the slim wheels look puny under this huge machine... esp the rear wheels!!! We don't stagger wheels now either BMW??!! ////where are you chris bangle????? --we need you severely. next, they'll ditch the quad headlights and put a honda badge on the hood. enough is enough.
  • themandarinthemandarin Member Posts: 436
    The entire section front of the windshield appears to have been designed by another studio for maximum surface area. The X6 w/ minimized rear should be X-tra ugly.
Sign In or Register to comment.