BMW X3 Overview

If you haven’t test driven the new 2019 BMW X3, then you are truly missing out. The latest vehicles have been given all sorts of upgrades, but the biggest is the base horsepower. With all new engines, BMW increased the standard trim’s horsepower to 245, but there are trims that go all the way up to 350 in horsepower. You may even like the all new X3 trim called sDrive30i, which is a rear-wheel drive performance engine SUV.

The X3 was totally redesigned with all new head lamps, fog lamps, aerodynamic body, and lots of room inside. It comfortably seats 5, but there is plenty of cargo space in the back. It was top-rated in the luxury SUV class by US News & World Report. You can see how the fine tuning has changed the vehicle inside, as there are also all new sensors and cameras available. These make the car safer to drive with blind spot monitoring and rear parking assist.

You can test drive the all new X3 and see what you’re missing when you stop by i.g. Burton BMW located in Milford.

 

 

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