The BMW X5 1996 is an all-wheel drive midsize SUV that personifies luxury. Its exterior is defined by its sleek lines and classic BMW styling, along with signature kidney grilles, headlamps, fog lamps and aerodynamic body panels. When adorned in the optional metallic paint, it commands attention with its polished, upscale look. On the inside, the X5's cabin is designed for comfort, with upmarket materials such as fine leathers and wood accents. Special touches like heated front seats, driver-adjustable lumbar support, and an ergonomic layout make it a relaxing place to be. The entertainment system has a CD player, auxiliary input and tilt-and-telescoping steering controls to ensure a comfortable and convenient ride. Under the hood, the BMW X5 1996 is powered by a 3.0L inline-6 engine that produces 184 horsepower and 214 lb-ft of torque. This is mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel-drive system for control and traction in any environment. The X5 also offers excellent handling thanks to its strut-type front suspension, four-link rear suspension, and optional sport-tuned suspension package for an extra jolt of performance. For added safety and convenience, the X5 is also equipped with antilock brakes, stability and traction control, and plenty of airbags. The X5 is luxurious, fun to drive, and capable of taking you wherever you need to go. With its classic looks and modern tech, the BMW X5 1996 is a polished SUV for the discerning driver.
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