The modelRead full BMW iX3 review
The BMW iX3 is good to drive and practical, with a better range than rivals, namely the Audi E-tron and Mercedes EQC. It also has a fab infotainment system and a smart interior, so it’s a fine buy if you’re looking for a big electric SUV.
The trimSee full equipment
The top-of-the-range M Sport Pro trim takes the long list of goodies from the entry-level trim and adds 20in alloy wheels, high-beam assist, adjustable lumbar support, a head-up display, an upgraded Harman Kardon surround-sound audio system and the Hans Zimmer designed IconicSounds acceleration effects.
The engineSee full engine specs
The iX3’s electric powertrain feels strong rather than thrilling, accelerating the iX3 from 0-62mph in around 6.8sec in near silence (unless you have the space-age sounding IconicSounds system that comes with M Sport Pro trim). It’s more than fast enough for almost any situation you can throw at it and still offers an official range of 285 miles, more than any rival.
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