BMW recently launched the petrol version of the third generation X3 at an ex-showroom price of 56.90 lakhs. The petrol variant is going to create waves in the automobile circuit with its ability to accelerate from an amazing 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.3 seconds.
The single luxury line variant, known as xDrive30i has an engine power of 248bhp and a maximum torque of 350Nm. The petrol engine inside is a 2.0-litre, 4- cylinder one. Power transmission duties are also being done by the 8-speed torque converter gearbox.
Interiors with more Features
Hard to resist features are, the BMW’s Connected Drive system with 12.3-inch instrument display with multiple functions, iDrive, 10.25-inch touch screen Navigation Professional, Apple CarPlay, BMW Apps and to top it all the 600-watt Harman Kardon audio system.
What to say of the luxurious leather upholstery in Vernasca, Sensatac covered instrument panel with contrast stitching, ambient lights in six dimmable light designs, fine wood trim in grain grey and wireless charging for smartphones too.
Exteriors Not Far Behind
Two-tone underbody protection in frozen grey matte with chrome trim, 19-inch light alloy wheels and chrome radiator grille bars are the external features that enhance the outsides of the new BMW X3.
At the given price most expensive X3 variant in India
Earlier competitors to BMW X3 petrol, Volvo XC60, and Audi Q5 are out of the race now as they are diesel only versions. Mercedes-Benz GLC and Range Rover Evoque are the main to compete with the xDrive30i which is available only in the higher-spec luxury line trim.
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