If you’ve written off earlier BMW X3 crossovers (built before the 2011 model year) as too harsh, too plain inside or even too bland, we’d encourage you to take another look at the 2013 BMW X3. We may not have been fans of the previous model, but the latest version of BMW’s compact crossover seems to hit all the right buttons.
Everything about the X3 has been improved, from its refined exterior styling through its greater interior volume, improved ride quality and added performance. Fuel economy is up over the previous generation as well, just in case you needed one more reason to rethink the BMW. We’d even say that those accustomed to sedans won’t feel out of place behind the X3’s steering wheel, praise we couldn’t have given the previous generation model.
Outside, the new X3’s styling is far more elegant than it was before, and the crossover (thankfully) doesn’t come across as a ruggedized hatchback. While some BMW models of the...
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