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BMW X3 (2010 - 2018)

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39.0
Average

Twin-scroll turbocharging gives strong performance, economy and low emissions. Bigger and much better than previous X3. Good quality cabin and comfortable ride.

Rear legroom is tight behind tall driver. Runs out of off-road ability in more challenging conditions.

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Engine Official MPG Real MPG Avg. Real MPG %  
sDrive 18d (2014) 56.5 mpg 44.8 mpg 79% Submit MPG
sDrive 18d Automatic (2014) 55.4 mpg 44.2 mpg 80% Submit MPG
xDrive 18d 55.4 mpg 41.2 mpg 74% Submit MPG
xDrive 18d Automatic 52.3 mpg 39.4 mpg 75% Submit MPG
xDrive 20d 50.4 mpg 40.1 mpg 79% Submit MPG
xDrive 20d (2014) 52.3 mpg 41.5 mpg 79% Submit MPG
xDrive 20d Automatic 42.2–50.4 mpg 40.8 mpg 88% Submit MPG
xDrive 20d Automatic (2014) 54.3 mpg 39.0 mpg 72% Submit MPG
xDrive 30d Automatic 36.7–47.1 mpg 35.3 mpg 84% Submit MPG
xDrive 30d Automatic (2014) 47.9 mpg 36.6 mpg 76% Submit MPG
xDrive 35d 46.3 mpg 33.9 mpg 73% Submit MPG
xDrive35d Automatic (2014) 47.1 mpg 34.1 mpg 72% Submit MPG

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  • BMW X3 (2010 - 2018)
    Twin-scroll turbocharging gives strong performance, economy and low emissions. Bigger and much better than previous X3. Good quality cabin and comfortable ride.

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