BMW X3 F25 range to be extended

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BMW decided to introduce two more versions for the new BMW X3 F25, two versions which can be also ordered together with the earlier revealed M Sport package. We talk about a petrol and a diesel engine, more exactly the xDrive28i and xDrive30d versions.

2011 BMW X3 F25
2011 BMW X3 F25

BMW X3 xDrive30d F25 is able to develop 258 horsepower thanks to a 3.0-liter engine under the bonnet. The model manages to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 6,2 seconds while the fuel consumption announced by BMW is around 6 l/100 km.

2011 BMW X3 F25
2011 BMW X3 F25

On the other hand, the petrol version of the new X3 F25, xDrive28i, it’s able to develop the same amount of horsepower but slightly less torque, just 310 Nm compared to 560 Nm for the diesel unit. The petrol engine offers a fuel consumption of 9 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 210 g/km. The new versions of the BMW X3 F25 comes with the automatic eight-speed transmission. The great fuel consumption figures of the diesel version are mainly achieved due to BMW’s BluePerformance technology.


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Amit Ahuja
Amit Ahuja
13 years ago

That’s a good news, and hope the new trims to be more unique.

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