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    13 - 16 kmpl
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BMW X3 Key Specifications

  • Price

    57.5 Lakh onwards


    13 - 16 kmpl


    1995 to 1998 cc



    Fuel Type

    Petrol, Diesel

    Seating Capacity

    5 Seater

Quick Facts about BMW X3

BMW X3, a SUV, is available from 57.5 Lakh to 63.7 Lakh in India. BMW offers the latest X3 in 3 versions in India. The base model xDrive30i SportX starts at 57.5 Lakh in Delhi and the top model xDrive 20d Luxury Line is priced at 63.7 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider X3.

X3 comes in 1 Diesel version(s), 2 Petrol version(s).

Petrol version comes with 1998cc engine capacity and automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 248hp power at 5200 rpm.

Diesel version comes with 1995cc engine capacity and automatic transmission mode(s). It generates 190hp power at 4000 rpm.

BMW X3 comes in 4 colors which include Black Sapphire, Phytonic Blue, Sophisto Grey, Mineral White.

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BMW X3 Price List (By Variant)


xDrive30i SportX

1998 cc | Automatic | 11 - 13 kmpl
57.5 Lakh Check On Road Price

xDrive 30i Luxury Line

1998 cc | Automatic | 11 - 13 kmpl
62.7 Lakh Check On Road Price

xDrive 20d Luxury Line

1995 cc | Automatic | 14 - 16 kmpl
63.7 Lakh Check On Road Price
Note Note:BMW X3 xDrive 20d Expedition, xDrive 20d xLine have been discontinued.

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About BMW X3


The new generation BMW X3 is launched in the country after being showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo. The crossover is available in a single diesel powertrain across two trims. The third-gen X3 can be had in four colour options combined with a choice of leather upholstery. The all-new X3 locks horns with the likes of Mercedes-Benz GLC, Audi Q5, Volvo XC60, Jaguar F-Pace and the Lexus NX. It is assembled in India at BMW’s Chennai facility.


The G01 X3 retains its unmistakable ´SAV´ body style. The chrome-finished Kidney grille is larger than before with closed air-dams housed inside. The full-LED headlamps have a curved design compared to previous car’s chiselled unit. The new X3 sits on 18-inch wheels as standard (19-inch on Luxury Line). The silhouette is unchanged but the wheelbase has increased. At the rear, the wraparound LED taillights are similar to the ones seen on other X models. There is a small spoiler on the powered tailgate which adds to the X3’s sporty appeal. The bumpers get dual circular exhaust tips with faux diffusers.


The cabin is typical BMW affair with a floating 10.25-inch infotainment system that comes with smartphone connectivity, premium leather upholstery, 600W sound system, ambient lighting and an all-new 12.3-inch fully-digital instrument cluster. BMW is also offering the ‘Display Key’ with the X3, apart from welcome lights, three-zone climate control and wireless charging. The boot capacity of 550 litres can be expanded to 1,600 litres by folding down the 40:20:40 rear seats.

Engin & Transmission

In the 20d guise, the X3 is powered by turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel motor producing 190bhp and 400Nm and The xDrive30i is powered by a 2.0-litre twin-turbocharged four-cylinder motor which produces 250bhp and 350N. It is mated to an eight-speed Steptronic automatic transmission that sends power to the xDrive system. BMW will introduce a petrol-powered X3 later this year. Other hardware on the crossover includes an adaptive suspension, hill ascent/descent control, six-airbags, driving modes, and a rear-view camera with park assist.


BMW X3 Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair
Article's Main Image

Why would I buy it?

  • Comfortable ride
  • Refined motor

Why would I avoid it?

  • Steering is oddly heavy in Sport mode
  • Cannot seat three comfortably

Engine and Performance

Left Front Three Quarter

The BMW X3 as such is available in both petrol and diesel guise. And lurking under that conspicuous bonnet of the one you see in our pictures is the diesel (20d) mill. It’s a thoroughly refined 2.0-litre four-cylinder (zilch NVH) whose 190bhp/400Nm is laid down on the tarmac through an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifts. As you feed it some throttle at standstill, the X3 is eager to get off the mark. And once past 1,800rpm, all of its 400Nm is felt like a thick slab of relentless power that lasts all the way to the 4,500rpm red-line. BMW claims this X3 can do the 0-100kmph in eight seconds and we don’t doubt that a bit. 

Right Rear Three Quarter

In fact, the best part about the power delivery is the linear manner in which the motor pumps out its horses which masks the feeling of speed entirely. It seriously is a delight to drive! And did we forget to mention that the gearbox assists this favourable driving experience too? Well, with eight gears to choose from, the transmission can easily slot into the right gear at precisely the right time for an uninterrupted power display. And the preset drive modes – EcoPro, Comfort, and Sport add convenience to the drivability depending on the situation. EcoPro mode will have the gearbox upshift in a hurry to improve efficiency, Sport mode allows for crisp but jerky responses, while Comfort is a promising balance of the two.

Ride Quality and Handling

Left Side View

As a result of the adjustable dampers that can be toggled between Comfort and Sport modes, the X3’s ride quality can largely be adapted to suit the driver’s requirement. In Comfort mode, the soft damping allows for great bump absorption at all speeds. However, the soft nature also means there’s a lot of movement as you up the pace. In Sport mode though, some firmness can be felt over bumps and irregularities. But as soon as you gain speed, the X3’s damping improves significantly, permitting it to ride flatter with excellent stability. Otherwise, the steering, although direct and feelsome, felt unnaturally heavier in Sport which, I admit, did dampen my experience a wee bit. But that’s just about it, because handling-wise, the xDrive with its variable torque distribution to all wheels makes this Beemer markedly nimble around bends. 

Comfort, Convenience, and Features


Stepping inside the X3 makes you feel like you’ve progressed in life. It is not only the attractively designed cabin that entices, but the sight use of premium materials, lavish inserts, and intricate double seams that bring together all the extravagance to the trim making the occupants feel special. But, by far, we were bewitched by the Harman Kardon music player, which simply put, gets you doped with its sparkling sound quality. It’s an experience that’s all the more richer thanks to the quick and intuitive high-res touchscreen display.

Second Row Seats

With regards to the seats in general, they are large and comfortable even for tall occupants due to the premium cushioning and well-judged support. Even the rear seat occupants benefit from the convenience of a three-zone AC with dedicated rear vents. On the flip side though, thigh support could have been better in both rows, to begin with. Likewise, the rear bench can only accommodate two in comfort owing to the unfavourable middle seat cushioning and the tall transmission tunnel running through.


Boot-wise, the X3 has 550-litres of swallowing capacity which can easily put up with a weekend trip for four. And adding some versatility here to liberate more boot room is the 40:20:40 split-folding bench capabilities in case it is not fully occupied. In terms of features, the BMW X3 comes equipped with a panoramic sunroof, cruise control, adaptive auto headlamps, ambient lighting, inner/door mirrors with anti-dazzle function, auto boot lid, rear window sun blinds, wireless charging, electric front seats with memory for driver’s seat, parking sensors with a rearview camera, 19-inch alloys, leather upholstery, BMW live cockpit- digital instrumentation, and infotainment touchscreen with iDrive and voice control.

Safety Features

Right Side View

As expected, the Germans are quite apt when it comes to safety. The X3 comes with six airbags, ABS with brake assist, cornering brake control, dynamic stability control, and dynamic traction control. It also gets an electric parking brake with auto hold function, tyre pressure indicator, run-flat tyres, hill descent control, hill start assist, and ISOFIX child mounts.


Right Front Three Quarter

You could call it German executive looks at the very best. Moreover, the X3, just like every other sibling in the Bavarian manufacturer’s lineup, has loads of brand’s design language on offer. Including a tinge of ruggedness beneath the proud skin. Then, there’s the great build quality, pristine fit and finish along with exquisite detailing that’s of course glaringly apparent. By now, I’m sure you’ve figured that I’m not a fan of the X3’s stance by any means. For me it’s all about drama; the more the merrier. 


Right Rear Three Quarter

As a product, the BMW X3 tends to grow on you thanks to its easy-to-live-with nature. As such the only real deal-breakers we came across are the steering’s inappropriate heft in Sport mode and the lack of suitable thigh support in both rows. On the brighter side, one tends to appreciate the mature aura that’s mated to a well-packaged cabin with a usable boot, lots of useful features such as the brilliant sound system, and finally, the crème de la crème of car wizardry; a potent motor with spiced up dynamics. Nice one, BMW.

Pictures: Kapil Angane

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X3 User Reviews

Anjali Bhagwat
10th December 2013, 04:53 IST
1 Star Rating 2 Star Rating 3 Star Rating 4 Star Rating 5 Star Rating

Good: engine good soft driven maintanance free

Bad: little outer maintance

More Details: maintance free car its hardly 100 rs p.m.


The on-road price of the BMW X3 in Delhi starts at 65.5 Lakh for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model with the petrol engine (X3 xDrive 30i Luxury Line) is priced at 71.38 Lakh.

The on-road price of the BMW X3 in Delhi starts at 74.11 Lakh for the diesel engine.

BMW X3 is a 5 seater with 5 doors.

Yes. Sunroof is available in 3 X3 versions.

X3 xDrive30i SportX - starts at 57.5 Lakh,

X3 xDrive 30i Luxury Line - starts at 62.7 Lakh,

X3 xDrive 20d Luxury Line - starts at 63.7 Lakh

No. 4x4 drive option is not available in any of the 3 versions of the BMW X3

BMW X3 Colours

Black Sapphire
Mineral White
Phytonic Blue
Sophisto Grey

X3 Specifications

Note: Specifications for X3 xDrive 20d Luxury Line (Diesel) have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
Wheelbase (mm)
Boot Space (L)
Width (mm)
Turning Radius (m)
Fuel Capacity (L)
Height (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm)
Black Sapphire, Mineral White, Phytonic Blue, Sophisto Grey
Seating Capacity
Displacement (cc)
Peak Power
190 BHP
@4000 RPM
Peak Torque
400 NM
@1750 RPM
Key Features
Air Conditioner Air Conditioner
Climate control Climate control
Central locking Central locking
CD player CD player
Power steering Power steering
Power windows Power windows
Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat Electrically Adjustable Driver Seat
Steering Mounted Controls Steering Mounted Controls
Steering Adjustment Steering Adjustment
Rear AC vent Rear AC vent
Remote Controlled Boot Remote Controlled Boot
Rear wiper Rear wiper
Leather seats Leather seats
Electrically Adjustable Mirrors Electrically Adjustable Mirrors

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