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Average User Score
4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 20 reviews
2006 BMW X5 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 20 reviews
BMW's American-built SUV came in three models in the 2006 model year: the 3.0i with a 225 horsepower, 6-cylinder engine, the 4.4i with a 315 horsepower V8, and the 4.8is with a 355 horsepower V8. X5s have all-wheel drive without low-range gearing, and front side airbags and front and rear head-protecting tubular side airbags come standard.
Compared with previous versions of the X5, the 2006 models took critical hits, with professional test drivers complaining the car wasn't all that practical. "BMW knows that most luxury SUV buyers spend about as much time off-roading as they do in the 99-cent store," wrote one, adding that while the vehicle drives nicely and can carry five passengers comfortably, "it wouldn't be a good choice for home improvement projects or any other activity that requires serious cargo capacity."
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BMW X5 Questions
My Bmw X5 After Replacing The Battery Would Not Lock The Door With Remote!
After pressing the key the car is behaving strange. The all windows go down and most importantly the door would not lock. Menage yesterday to lock manually bit now even that is not working, key is n...
Bmw X5 Central Locking Is Not Working
Changed the car battery central locking is not working. Key is turning without any response of the lock. Locking on central console is operational and is locking all doors, including drivers. Any id...
The Remote Would Not Open The Car!
Changed the car battery, the key would not open the central locking! Managed to lock manually, and open the following morning, but ever since there is no resistance in a key lock, when trying to ope...
Change Of Battery
It looks I need a new battery for my BMW X5. I am aware how sensitive their electrics are, that is I am concerned how to go about changing the battery and not damaging ECU and resetting the system! ...
The Battery Is Dead And The Car Booth Would Not Open To Reach The Battery?
I am aware that anti theft mechanism has kicked in and in order to start you need to reset the computer!