BMW X3 review

Category: Large SUV

Section: Introduction

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  • BMW X3 2021 front cornering
  • BMW X3 2021 M40i rear tracking
  • BMW X3 2021 M40i Interior
  • BMW X3 2021 M40i rear seats
  • BMW X3 2021 infotainment
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  • BMW X3 2021 front right studio
  • BMW X3 2021 rear left studio
  • BMW X3 2021 left studio
  • BMW X3 2021 boot open
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Introduction

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Would you believe it? Such is the trend of modern cars to grow and grow, that today’s BMW X3 is actually bigger than the original version of its big brother, the BMW X5.

But don’t worry, the comparisons between the current X3 and a car more than 20 years old stop there. This X3 is as bang up to date as the very best new large SUVs. It is available with all the latest gadgets to amuse, assist and inform, and there's a terrifically diverse range of power options for you to choose from. They include silky diesels, punchy turbocharged petrols, frugal plug-in hybrids, and there’s even a fully electric version called the iX3 (read our review of it here).