One of BMW’s most popular cars, the X3 has made a comeback for 2022. BMW just launched the all-new X3 in India with modern tech, some added features and a fresh look! The BMW X3 has been an evergreen product in its segment, it is one of those cars you can go for with your eyes closed. Here are a few more details about the 2022 BMW X3.

A bigger grille!

BMW’s classic kidney-shaped grills are probably the first thing that you’ll notice about this car. They have become considerably bigger than the previous version, something BMW has been doing on most of its recent cars. The lights on this premium SUV have also become sleek; they look musk more modern now. It gets an all-LED treatment for the lighting set-up (of course). The body gets some subtle yet powerful cuts and creases which increase the overall presence of the car. The 19-inch alloys also play an important role in showcasing the aggressive stance of this SUV.

The biggest changes lie on this inside, the older 10.25-inch display has now been replaced by a new 12.3-inch display. This one also gets all the bells and whistles that the previous system had, and some more. A 360-degree camera has also been added to the list of goodies. The car now gets adaptive LED headlights as standard. Other features include adaptive suspension, a panoramic sunroof, park assist and a Harman Kardon sound system.

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Engine on the 2022 BMW X3

For now, the BMW X3 only gets a petrol engine option, a diesel one is on the way though! The petrol engine is a 2L unit that churns out 252HP and 350nm. It can race the X3 to a 100KM/hr in under 7 seconds! The torque on this one is not something special, but that will be solved with the diesel engine.

Pricing and Competition

The 2022 BMW X3 starts at Rs. 59.90 Lakhs and goes up to Rs. 65.90 Lakhs =, there are only 2 variants on offer. The pricing is sweetly placed right in the middle of the premium mid-size SUV segment. Major competitors for the X3 would be the Mercedes Benz GLC, the Audi Q5, the Volvo XC60 and the Range Rover Evoque.

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