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The new BMW X3 is more flexible than ever before.

The new BMW X3 is the latest generation of a dynamic Sports Activity Vehicle. The all-rounder offers outstanding flexibility and unlimited comfort for everyday challenges as well as for long-distance driving. The new exterior exudes pure BMW X character, while the exclusive materials inside create a luxurious feel.

BMW X3 film.

The BMW X3 in action.
The BMW X3 in action.
The latest generation of the all-rounder.
Welcome to space, freedom and countless possibilities. No challenge is too great for the new BMW X3.


Across the generations.

How the BMW X3 compares to its predecessor.
The exterior of the new BMW X3 is now even sportier. The front oozes self-confidence thanks to a new bumper, powerful air intakes and wide-framed double kidney grille. The headlights – with LED technology available as an option – extend right up to the kidney grille, rounding off the new front. Inside the BMW X3, the centre console with its Black Panel optics catches the eye immediately, with new wooden trims and stylish leather upholsteries further underlining the premium quality. The BMW xLine and the M Sport model offer further possibilities to add an even more individual touch to the BMW X3.


The range of diesel engines for the new BMW X3 are available with four or six cylinders and are both powerful and economical thanks to BMW EfficientDynamics and BMW TwinPower Turbo technology. One of the many highlights is the latest-generation four-cylinder diesel engine in the BMW X3 xDrive20d, which produces 140 kW (190 hp) with fuel consumption of just 45 to 47 mpg and CO2 emissions of 137 to 130 g/km.* In addition, all engines fulfil the EU6 emission standard that comes into effect in 2014.
All figures in accordance with EU test cycle and dependent upon the selected tyre format.
*[1] Fuel consumption is determined in accordance with the ECE driving cycle, made up of approximately one-third urban traffic and two-thirds extra-urban driving (based on the distance covered). CO2 emissions are measured in addition to fuel consumption. Further information on the official fuel consumption and on the official specific CO2 emissions of new automobiles can be found in the guidelines on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of new automobiles (see The figures for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions apply in conjunction with the equipment selected.
[2] Rated output: BMW recommends the use of super unleaded 95 RON fuel. Unleaded RON 91 fuel or higher with a maximum ethanol limit of 10 percent (E10) is also permitted. The performance and fuel consumption rates listed are based on the use of RON 98 fuel.

Comfort & functionality.

The generous interior of the new BMW X3 offers optimum comfort for all passengers. With its numerous storage possibilities, there’s room for nearly anything – including bottles and mugs in the new closable cup holders. The 550-litre luggage compartment can be expanded to accommodate 1,600 litres. The optional rear seat bench with a 40:20:40 split creates numerous possibilities. For even more space flexibility, there’s the optional storage package, including additional luggage nets and a practical folding box. Automatic boot is also standard on the new BMW X3.

NB. Petrol engines not available in the UK

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