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To say the X5 has played an integral part in America's luxury SUV segment would be an understatement. It's a longtime player in the game, and for 2013, it continues on as a very versatile, fuel efficient, and great looking option for premium buyers. First, all X5s come standard with xDrive all-wheel drive, 18- or 19-inch wheels, folding rear seats, matte black roof rails, rear spoiler, adaptive xenon headlamps, and chrome exhaust tips. The sole Premium edition adds more option packages to the mix, while the sportier xDrive35i Sport Activity and V-8-powered xDrive50i allow buyers to check off boxes next to an M Sport Package (20-inch wheels, sport steering wheel, adaptive drive, sport suspension, aerodynamic kit) and M Performance Package (power bump to 315 horsepower). The hugely popular xDrive35d provides owners with a 26 mpg highway average. The full shebang is had at the X5 M level where you'll find a 555-horsepower 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 under the hood, an M-tuned 6-speed paddle-shifted 6-speed gearbox, M-tuned xDrive, 20-inch wheels, gargantuan brakes, quad tailpipes, and a whole lot of aerodynamic enhancement. If you want to get to the grocery store fast, this is your pick.