Propelled two months back with just a diesel motor alternative; the new BMW X3 presently gets an oil motor choice, also. The BMW X3 xDrive30i packs a 2.0-liter, four-chamber turbo-petroleum (imparted to the 3-and 5-arrangement) which makes 252hp and 350Nm of torque. Furnished with an eight-speed programmed gearbox and the xDrive all-wheel-drive framework, BMW claims the oil engined X3 will complete 0-100kph of every 6.3sec.
The brand is required to present a 360hp, 3.0-liter twin-turbo petroleum motor in the M40i (matching the Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 Coupé in India on power and cost) and a 265hp, 3.0-liter six-barrel diesel engine in the xDrive30d, at a later date.
Because of its new underpinnings, the third-gen X3 is essentially stiffer and around 55kg lighter than its antecedent. While it holds a similar general measurements, the wheelbase on the new X3 is longer, which frees more inside space.
Contrasted with the second-gen demonstrate, the new X3's inside has been altogether refreshed, also. The in-lodge tech is imparted to the 5-arrangement, which incorporates the touch-and-signal controlled iDrive infotainment framework, a head-up show and 360-degree cameras.
Not at all like the xDrive20d – which can be had in a lower 'Undertaking' trim – the xDrive30i is just accessible in a solitary, completely stacked Luxury Line trim, estimated at Rs 56.90 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
With respect to its opposition, the BMW X3 xDrive 30i squares-off against the Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4Matic, the Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE and the mixture Lexus NX 300h.