5 January 2011
90-second verdict

The second-generation BMW X3 SUV has grown in every dimension, comes with more standard equipment and a more powerful and efficient diesel engine, and yet it’s both lighter and cheaper than the car it replaces. This is our first chance to drive one on British tarmac; how does it get on in the Autocar 90-second video road test?

Read Autocar's road test of the BMW X3

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maropl 2 February 2013

With the optional Variable

With the optional Variable Damper Control, the BMW X3 strikes a fine balance between comfort and agility. Smile The cabin is classy and spacious, and running costs are low. Smile