BMW X3.

As the first-ever Sports Activity Vehicle, the BMW X3 once pioneered its own vehicle class. The latest generation all-rounder continues this tradition. Incredibly comfortable and extremely flexible, the X3 is ideal for both everyday driving and long-distance journeys. While the exterior is distinguished by the typical BMW X character, the interior is a harmony of carefully selected materials which create a luxurious atmosphere. The BMW X3 is economical too, with fuel-efficient diesel and petrol engines.

GO YOUR OWN WAY.

Whether your driving the open country roads, tackling the city hustle and bustle or off the beaten track, a perfectly balanced vehicle body and intelligent assistance system guarantees driving enjoyment at all times.

Design Features:

  • Bluetooth hands-free facility with USB audio interface (including Bluetooth audio streaming)
  • Cruise control with brake function
  • Drive Performance Control (ECO PRO, Comfort and Sport modes)
  • Loudspeaker system with six speakers
  • Media package – BMW Business
  • Park Distance Control (PDC), front and rear

BMW X3 M40i & M40d.

BMW X3 available with 354hp from the M40i and 326hp from the M40d.

Highlights include:

  • 20" M light alloy Double-spoke style 699 M wheels, Bicolour Orbit Grey
  • BMW Icon Adaptive LED Headlights with High-beam Assistant
  • Digital Cockpit
  • Exhaust tailpipe - dual, quadrilateral, with Black Chrome finisher
  • Headlining, Anthracite
  • Kidney grille, Cerium Grey with Black, High-gloss vertical slats
  • M Sport braking system
  • Mirror caps, Air Breather and front air inlets in Cerium Grey
  • Variable Sport steering

THE BMW X3 xDrive30e.

Available from December 2019, the new BMW X3 xDrive30e is breathing new life into electric adventures. Boasting enhanced BMW eDrive technology, which offers up to 31 miles of pure electric range, and superior xDrive handling, this plug-in hybrid SAV is oozing confidence. And when it can go from zero to 62mph, when using both electric and combustion engines, in just 6.2 seconds – why wouldn’t it be?