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The 2016 BMW X5 is still a high-water mark in the luxury mid-size crossover class. It has superb on-road handling, but a strong measure of off-road capability. Built in South Carolina, the X5 is engineered in Germany.The X5 is more gracefully sculpted than its predecessors. The resemblance to the X3 is strong, from the low beltline to the tapered roof, more sport wagon than sport-utility vehicle. The cabin bulges with a broad sweep of dash framed by standard black synthetic leather and wood trim.BMW fits its 300-hp turbo inline-6 to the standard X5, and its good for 60-mph runs of 6.1 seconds. The xDrive50i sports a twin-turbo V-8 and drops 60-mph times to 4.7 seconds.With its sculpted sides, the X5 drops some visual weight. It also directs air to its rear wheels. A deep shoulder line that spans from the front fenders to the LED taillights gives the shape a subtle wedge. At the front, its more complex and fraught with lots of little lines, and a deep twin-nostril grille. A bit overwrought, the X5s nose gets LED headlights as an option.The BMW X5 is a jack of all trades. Its fluent on road, and can trundle on off-road paths with confidence.The base X5 sports a 300-hp, twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-6 with 300 lb-ft of torque. With rear- or all-wheel drive, it can hit 60 mph in 6.1 seconds, in part because peak torque flips on at 1,200 rpm.The front seats offer power and heating and lots of space and adjustment. BMW sells upgraded sport and multi-contour seat, and wed take ei