BMW X3: As we already know that BMW has recently introduced the X3 xDrive30i model previously. However, the car was offered just in diesel variant, and the company has announced that they will bring a petrol variant later. So, keeping its promise, the company has finally rolled out the petrol variant in India. The petrol variant of xDrive30i is now available at INR 56.90 lakh, ex-showroom in the country. The petrol variant is reported to the most-selling variants in India so its here.
The next generation X3 was first showcased at Auto Expo this year and after that, the company launched it just with a diesel engine. The petrol variant has received a price tag more than INR 20,000 compared to the diesel variant. The latest model has already reached the showrooms for sale. The vehicle is constructed at BMW’s Chennai factory. The all-new BMW variant is developed with the company’s advanced CLAR (cluster architecture) program, which integrates several weight-reducing boards which decreased the vehicle’s weight approx. by 55kg.
The single petrol trim, xDrive30i Luxury range is outfitted with an all-new LED headlights, and LED fog lamps. The chrome finished equipment includes polished radiator grille strips, twin-colored grey-matt skid plates with chrome touch-up, exhaust setup, and rear LED taillight. It has a higher ground clearance and sits on 19-inch alloy wheels. Te features a rear spoiler and automatic tailgate. The interior features are based on the 5-series line which embraces touch/ gesture support iDrive 12.3-inch infotainment system, an head-up screen, individual climate control, smartphone connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and 360-degree cameras.
The X3 comes in various driving modes including Eco-pro, Comfort, Sport, and Sport+. The X3 Petrol is equipped with a latest powerful 2.0 L twin-turbocharged engine which is capable of generating 252 hp of peak power at 5,200 rpm and 350 Nm of peak torque between 1,450 rpm to 4,850 rpm. The company claims the top speed of 100km/h at 6.3 seconds. The current competitors of the vehicle are Mercedes-Benz GLC300 and the Land Rover Discovery Sports HSE.
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