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The BMW X3 is an extremely capable SUV with a roomy interior, efficient engines and a great driving experience
We drive the updated BMW X3 in entry-level sDrive 18d guise. Is it any good?
Mid-life facelift gives premium SUV a new lease of life
SUV has been freshened up to face Porsche Macan
We blast-off in the flagship version of BMW's compact SUV
The X5 finally has a baby brother to be proud of as junior SUV arrives in Britain
Baby off-roader gets an all-new design to help stave off fresh competition. We drove a prototype model to see how it fares.
Boasting excellent on-tarmac dynamics, a practical interior, decent mud-plugging ability and strong performance, BMW's X3 impresses. But it's expensive, some plastics are cheap and the ride is firm.
A facelifted X3 keeps BMW's SUV up-to-date against the opposition
The concept is simple - take all the refinement and luxury of the X5 and shrink it into a smaller SUV package. BMW's X3 is the only real compact executive 4x4 on the market, but it has always been compromised.<br/>
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