Mercedes-Benz GLE and BMW X5: the heart of SUVs – Yahoo News

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Certainly there was the Range Rover. But before the arrival of the Mercedes-Benz ML and BMW X5 in the late 1990s, the British were original in the automotive market. Because these are good the two Germans who kicked off high-end SUVs. While Range Rover retained all of the technical paraphernalia of an outstanding franchisor, the ML was the first to move towards a more road-oriented philosophy. As for the X5, it simply claimed a dynamism close to a sedan: elevated cars were no longer reserved for all-terrain enthusiasts."data-reactid =" 19 ">Certainly there was the Range Rover. But before the arrival of the Mercedes-Benz ML and BMW X5 in the late 1990s, the British was original in the automotive market. Because these are good the two Germans who kicked off high-end SUVs. While Range Rover retained all of the technical paraphernalia of an outstanding franchisor, the ML was the first to move towards a more road-oriented philosophy. As for the X5, it simply claimed dynamism close to a sedan: the elevated cars were no longer reserved for all-terrain enthusiasts.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The Mercedes-Benz ML and BMW X5 have always aimed primarily at the American market. As proof, the two German manufacturers at the time erected factories across the Atlantic to ensure the production of these models. In Vance in Alabama for Mercedes, and in Spartanburg in South Carolina for BMW. More than twenty years later, the target is still the same, as the size of these models, constantly increasing. At Mercedes, this SUV which in the meantime changed its name to take the registration number GLE, now extends over 4.92 m in length and 1.95 m in width. The X5 places the bar one more notch above: the length is identical, but the width of 2.00 m is impressive, even penalizing on the roads of the Old Continent."data-reactid =" 20 ">The Mercedes-Benz ML and BMW X5 have always aimed primarily at the American market. As proof, the two German manufacturers at the time erected factories across the Atlantic to ensure the production of these models. In Vance in Alabama for Mercedes, and in Spartanburg in South Carolina for BMW. More than twenty years later, the target is still the same, as the size of these models, constantly increasing. At Mercedes, this SUV which in the meantime changed its name to take the registration number GLE, now extends over 4.92 m in length and 1.95 m in width. The X5 puts the bar one more notch above: the length is identical, but the width of 2.00 m is impressive, even penalizing on the roads of the Old Continent.

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<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "These two German SUVs, but American in blood, have both been renewed recently. They are in their fourth generation and keep unchanging stylistic features. This is the case with the GLE rear quarter, which separates the third side window from the rest of the profile. A design that has made the character of the machine since 1997. Similarly, the profile of the X5 has not been turned upside down. While BMW is struggling to reinterpret the famous "& nbsp; Hoffmeister Kinck & nbsp;" on most of its latest models, the X5 retains a glass pattern similar to that of the first generation. The only true professional singularity (…)"data-reactid =" 22 ">These two German SUVs, but American in blood, have both been renewed recently. They are in their fourth generation and keep unchanging stylistic features. This is the case with the GLE rear quarter, which separates the third side window from the rest of the profile. A design that has made the character of the machine since 1997. Likewise, the profile of the X5 has not been turned upside down. While BMW struggles to reinterpret the famous "Hoffmeister Kinck" on most of its latest models, the X5 retains a glass design similar to that of the first generation. The only true professional singularity (…)

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<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The Mercedes GLE takes you to the guts. Literally.BMW X7: more comfortable by day than by nightBMW X5 plug-in hybrid: watted, padded and ravenousBMW X5: he awaits the Mercedes-Benz GLE firmlyBMW X6 M50d: look at me!"data-reactid =" 24 "> The Mercedes GLE takes you to the guts. Literally.BMW X7: more comfortable during the day than at nightBMW X5 plug-in hybrid: watted, padded and voraciousBMW X5: it waits for the firm Mercedes-Benz GLEBMW X6 M50d: look at me!

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