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02/07/2014    10:00 AM
COMMENTS: 325

Some new wallpapers of the 2015 BMW X3 LCI refreshed facelift model, as well as a first look at the M Sport model.

02/06/2014    12:30 PM
COMMENTS: 50

We’ve compiled this look at the 2015 X3 (refreshed model) against the pre-facelift version.

Pricing:

New X3 xDrive28d model (AWD) – $42,825 (U.S.) ($925 D&H included)
New X3 sDrive28i model (RWD) – $39,325 (U.S.) ($925 D&H included)
X3 xDrive28i model (AWD) – $40,725 (U.S.) ($925 D&H included)
X3 xDrive35i model (AWD) – $45,825 (U.S.) ($925 D&H included)

X3 xDrive28d Specs:

2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo diesel 4-cylinder engine
180 horsepower
280 lb-ft of torque (from 1,750 rpm)
8-speed automatic transmission.
0-60 mph in just under eight seconds
Includes Selective Catalyst … CONTINUED

02/05/2014    5:59 PM
COMMENTS: 325

2015 Model Year X3

Pricing:

New X3 xDrive28d model (AWD) – $42,825 ($925 D&H included)
New X3 sDrive28i model (RWD) – $39,325 ($925 D&H included)
X3 xDrive28i model (AWD) – $40,725 ($925 D&H included)
X3 xDrive35i model (AWD) – $45,825 ($925 D&H included)

X3 xDrive28d Specs:

2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo diesel 4-cylinder engine
180 horsepower
280 lb-ft of torque (from 1,750 rpm)
8-speed automatic transmission.
0-60 mph in just under eight seconds
ncludes Selective Catalyst Reduction to make the new X3 a clean diesel

X3 sDrive28i Specs:

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02/16/2012    12:23 PM
COMMENTS: 95

BMW of North America announced today a continuing evolution of efficiency, power and technology with the introduction of the new TwinPower Turbo 4-cylinder engine (N20) to the X3 xDrive28i. The new engine replaces the outgoing nominally aspirated inline 6-cylinder engine (N52) as the next step in BMW’s EfficientDynamics strategy. It is scheduled for April 2012 production and delivery to US BMW Centers in May along with the continuing BMW X3 xDrive35i with a base price including destination and handling of $37,995 and $43,595 respectively.

In addition, the updated X3 xDrive28i and the X3 xDrive35i now in its second year of production will offer new technology never before offered on the X3 by introducing new combinations of package and equipment options – a new Driver Assistance Package option … CONTINUED

02/13/2012    1:55 PM
COMMENTS: 22

In each of their segments both the BMW X3 and the BMW X5 are seen as the benchmark for agility and driving pleasure. In the spring of 2012, the sporting character of the two BMW X models will be further underscored by innovations added to the range of engines and equipment features. A new and particularly powerful N20 engine for the BMW X3 xDrive28i, Driving Experience Control for individual vehicle settings for all variants of the BMW X3 and the M Sport Edition of the BMW X5 ensure targeted optimisation of sporting qualities.

Furthermore, the choice of optionally available driver assistance systems featured by BMW ConnectedDrive is being further extended for the BMW X3.

Details inside.

01/26/2012    3:30 PM
COMMENTS: 45

The Range Rover Evoque has been a darling of the automotive press since its introduction, culminating in it winning 2012 North American Truck of the Year. But, in a recent Consumer Reports test, the 2012 X3 slaughters the Evoque in a road test, 80 to 60 in the point total.

01/23/2012    8:00 PM
COMMENTS: 50

Although we’ve been expecting this news, here is finally official confirmation that the 2013 BMW X3 28i will change to the new 2.0L inline 4 cylinder N20 engine. This switchover will occur as of April 2012 production (for the MY2013 X3).

Some new options will also be offered on the 2013 X3 – namely the lane departure warning and speed limit info features.

01/20/2012    1:10 PM
COMMENTS: 14

The new BMW 3 Series Saloon has lived up to the legacy of its predecessor having been crowned What Car? ‘Best Compact Executive Car’ 2012, for the seventh consecutive year with the 320d SE.

The BMW 3 Series Saloon reigned supreme in the Compact Executive category, recognised for remaining ahead of the competition in every way. With its EfficientDynamics package making this ‘3’ the most economical car in its class it appeals to both business and retail customers. However, it was not just the BMW 3 Series’ outstanding economy that stood out for the judges; it was commended for being smooth and refined whilst still offering that sheer driving pleasure.

Chas Hallett, What Car? editor-in-chief, said: “The new BMW 3 Series is great to drive, with sharp steering … CONTINUED