If the new Nissan Murano we just told you about doesn’t float your boat, then check this out.
It’s the BMW X3, the new 2011 one with new design, powertrains and equipments, which goes on sale in America in a couple of months starting from $37,625 for the xDrive28i mode.
All models regardless of engines can be specified with 8-speed automatic transmission and BMW’s acclaimed xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive system. The new models also feature the latest version of BMW ConnectedDrive technologies, including an available rearview camera with Top View.
The 2011 X3 will include more standard equipment, including Bluetooth connectivity, iPod/USB interface, anti-theft alarm system, and on the X3 xDrive35i, standard BMW Xenon Adaptive Headlights. Produced exclusively at BMW’s Spartanburg, S.C. factory, the new X3 will be supported by a state-of-the-art ordering and manufacturing system.