In typical BMW style, the X3 xDrive28d is a classy, powerful, and impressive car. The powertrain of this SUV makes it among the best for fuel efficiency in the BMW SUV range. In a class of its own, you can’t go wrong with a BMW, but the fuel efficiency has yet again been improved on and this is certainly an option you need to check out.
As standard there is a roof rack, panoramic sunroof with optional , anti-lock braking system, 18″ aluminium tires that come with 4-wheel disc brakes and standard tire pressure monitoring. Optional features include; active suspension, and 8″ min ground clearance. With a range of colors and finishes to choose from, this SUV will always look classy.
The interior has leather seats. The SUV also features a panoramic sun-roof, a front climate-control that is automatic with separated left and right settings for temperature, power tailgate, rear and front parking distance sensors, HD radio, rear-view camera, Bluetooth with Mobile Office functions, Sirius-XM satellite radio and also the BMW TeleService. Optional features include; bucket leather seats, heated rear seats, and seat memory.
Engine and Fuel Efficiency
It has a double power turbo diesel V6 cylinder engine, which produces 180 hp at 4000 rpm, and can reach top speed of 127 mph, cruising at 27 MPG city/34 MPG City and 30 MPG combined. Featuring a 17.7 gallon engine capacity, direct fuel injection with Standard performance;8 speed, AWD.
Standard optional accessories; driver and passenger illuminated vanity mirrors, auto-dimming rear view mirror, wood finish interior, automatic headlights, adjustable steering wheel with audio controls,, rain-sensing, variable speed intermittent wipers, fog lamps, power door locks, keyless entry, Bluetooth connection and audio-CD/ MP3 player, front floor mats and cruise control.
Standard safety features include: interface turn signal mirrors, traction control, daytime running lights, child safety locks, rear and front head air bags, brake assist and stability control, power passenger and driver seat.
Posted on July 12, 2016