BMW's plug-in hybrid SUV can go around 14 miles on electric power alone and pairs a 245-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with an electric motor for a combined 308 hp. How much is the X5 xDrive40e compared to the regular X5 model? Watch the video to find out. Read the full-length review on Cars.com: http://bit.ly/1Ubze32 Like what you see? Follow Cars.com! Subscribe now to get the latest YouTube videos from Cars.com: http://bit.ly/1XR2b7B On Facebook: https://facebook.com/CarsDotCom/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/carsdotcom On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carsdotcom/ More Cars.com reviews: https://www.cars.com/news/Car-Reviews/ The latest car news: https://www.cars.com/news/
recon forsales: Nice automobiling
Cheeky Camel: 20% improved fuel rating...not that better
Kevin Smith: Uh...
This is terrible. The bar has to be pretty low to think this is good. The vehicle only weighs 4900 lbs, and has a hybrid system. Yet it only get 14/24 mpg. The Ram 1500 weighs about 400 lbs less, but has worse aero-dynamic elements. It gets 18/25 using the V6 and 28 highway using the turbo diesel.
What does the hybrid engine even do when it can only get 14 miles of electric range?
yiyangcheng: That's a mouthful to say "X5 XDrive 40e" lol
Liam Carlen: Feel like the new XC90 T8 would be a way better alternative for someone in the market, it is around the same price range if not cheaper, more powerful, has more battery range, comes with a third row seat, and I believe has better gas mileage too. Just a quick note for anyone who may be watching this who is in the market, the XC90 T8 seems like the better of the two here, but maybe a head to head comparison between the two could really prove which is better in different situations.
HodsBroo: I like the idea but I can't imagine the repair bills on this car.
IAmReal_LSV: +/- 14 miles for 7 hours of charge is a pass. Car manufacturing does this to get discount from the government.