According to BMW, they have sold 5 per cent more mid-sized SUV models in 2013 in comparison to 2012. 2013’s figures weigh in at 157,298 cars clearly demonstrating the growing popularity of the segment. The desirable BMW badge on the bonnet of your premium SUV adds to the allure of the X3. For 2014 the car gets a nip and tuck as well as revised engines. 2014 BMW X3 gets a Facelift ready for Geneva.
To make its debut at the Geneva motor show in March, the new 2014 BMW X3 receives some subtle exterior changes. Those famous kidney grills get a bit more “bling” with the addition of a chrome surround, the front skid plate is more prominent, front and rear bumpers are now a more sculpted shape, and the headlights have been design to mimic those on the new X5. The engine updates utilise the companies latest diesel units with the X3 sDrive18d being the most efficient at 56.5MPG. The most powerful option is the xDrive35d with 309BHP and 465lb-ft of torque. 0-62MPH is done and dusted in just 5.3 seconds all whilst returning 47MPG.
The 2014 BMW X3 goes on sale in June.