2014 BMW X3 ratings and reviews

In the luxury crossover world, the 2014 BMW X3 is a breathtaking example of what it means to blend utility with elegance. The X3 comes standard with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that gets up to 28 mpg combined, while the top-tier trim level gets a turbocharged inline-six with only a slight drop in fuel economy. The excellent performance of the X3 doesn’t take away from its high-quality charm on the interior, which includes standard features like leatherette upholstery, a push-button start system, a 12-speaker sound system, Bluetooth technology, 8-way power front seats with driver memory settings, and the BMW Assist emergency communications system. xDrive35i, in addition to the more powerful engine, gets a panoramic sunroof and beautiful wood accents for the interior. Drivers can add more technology to the X3 with packages like Driver Assistance, which includes a backup camera and front and rear parking sensors.

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In the luxury crossover world, the 2014 BMW X3 is a breathtaking example of what it means to blend utility with elegance. The X3 comes standard with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that gets up to 28 mpg combined, while the top-tier trim level gets a turbocharged inline-six with only a slight drop in fuel economy. The excellent performance of the X3 doesn’t take away from its high-quality charm on the interior, which includes standard features like leatherette upholstery, a push-button start system, a 12-speaker sound system, Bluetooth technology, 8-way power front seats with driver memory settings, and the BMW Assist emergency communications system. xDrive35i, in addition to the more powerful engine, gets a panoramic sunroof and beautiful wood accents for the interior. Drivers can add more technology to the X3 with packages like Driver Assistance, which includes a backup camera and front and rear parking sensors.
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