I agree. The 2017 models have received their emissions certification which included extra testing to be sure no cheating was involved like what VW did with the TDIs. EPA isn't holding anything up. It may have something to do with the timing of production schedules and when emissions certification was received. The extra emissions testing to verify no cheating was involved created some delays due to the logistics of getting the all the testing done. Just speculatin' here.In my opinion it's not "over."
Just delayed (for unknown reason(s)).
I'm seeing no news officially proclaiming that BMW has stopped producing the X5d.