When it comes to luxury segment of the automotive industry only brand strike through most people’s mind is BMW (British Motor Works). BMW cars have always been a perfect blend of comfort, luxury, and performance and have been the top choice of youth and car enthusiasts ever since they entered the Indian market back in 2007.
The German luxury carmaker BMW. On Thursday has launched its all New next-gen X3, 2022 facelift in the Indian market. Its price starts from Rs 59.9 lakh.
The X3 is feature-packed, there are two petrol-powered versions of this model with the base model priced at Rs 59.9 lakh which goes up to Rs 65.9 lakh for the top-end model. The diesel variant is expected to be launched in the market later.
The X3 xDrive is powered by a 2 ltr four-cylinder petrol engine delivering a total of a massive 248.08 BHP. This German machine can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 6.6 seconds and has a baffling top speed of 235 km/h which is one of the highest in its segment.
There’s also the “X3 M sports” model launched in India. BMW says that it’ll be imported as a completely built unit (CBU).
X3 M sports is a medium-sized sports activity vehicle (SAV). The showroom price of X3 M sports starts from 99.9 lacs INR. The company claims that the BMW X3 M sports model has been designed to match the kick of a high-performance car retaining all the comforts and luxury of a compact SUV.
If you want a BMW as your daily drive then the X series should be your preferred choice, considering Indian roads. X3 has the good ground clearance and a larger wheelbase like an SUV but still holds all the bells and whistles of BMW luxury and comfort.
BMW claims that X3 has been the favorite luxury compact SUV in India and After being on sale for nearly two decades now, BMW has proved X3 is a safe, reliable, and comfortable choice for families. And as addition, The all-new X3 M sport will strengthen the BMW presence in the segment of the automotive market with its brute performance. Said Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India.
News By: Sanskrete Gupta