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BMW offers plenty of SUV choice, including tall hatchback “sports activity coupes” such as the X4 and X6. The compact X1 and X3 are for those who need a small, luxury-oriented SUV, while the X5 provides more size and space. The X4 and X6 are essentially tall hatchbacks that are crossed with SUVs. All BMW SUVs are available with all-wheel drive, and the X3 and X5 offer diesel powertrains. The X5 is available with a hybrid model, and the X5, X4, and X6 are available in M performance trim. Gasoline powertrains run the gamut from turbo four-cylinder to turbo V-8 power and drivetrain layouts, depending on model, are either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. The X1 is redesigned for 2016, gaining a larger interior, while the X5 gains a plug-in hybrid model. The others get improved connectivity and new standard features.