BMW has updated the X3 with cosmetic tweaks and a revised engine as part of the SUV's mid-life revision.
Making its appearance for the first time ever is the 2.0-litre diesel-turbo engine for the xDrive20d model. The four-cylinder unit now produces 190hp - up from 184hp - to help improve fuel consumption by 7% to a claimed 18.5kpl.
The spec sheet of the X3 has been enhanced with more driving assistance systems like those for parking, lane departure warning, full-colour head-up display and active cruise control. There's now a touchpad function for the iDrive controller system.
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