The Fully Redesigned 2018 BMW X3 Still Has the Luxury and Utility You Expect from a BMW

BMW redesigned the X3 SUV for 2018, adding the shark nose, wider kidney grilles and well-defined body creases that had been the hallmark of the 5 Series sedan. The X3's conservative styling holds up well next to competitors like the Audi Q5 and the Volvo XC60. But despite its revamped look, the X3 has managed to retain the luxury, precision, and utility that is expected from a BMW.

Inside the new X3, everything from seat stitching to button placement is well thought out. The seats are supportive and firm, with leather that is as beautiful to the eye as it is pleasant to the touch. Its nicely polished interior includes materials like dark oak wood trim, aluminum, and other wood tones for an extra dash of elegance. Features like quilted seat leather, wood accent panels and crisp parking assistance graphics on the wide infotainment screen give the BMW a feeling of quality that's difficult to match in a car that isn't German.

With the Premium Package, heated front and rear seats can be added along with a heated steering wheel, navigation and a head-up display. Front and rear seat passengers have plenty of head, leg and hip room, and visibility is good all around. An optional panoramic moonroof only adds to the openness of the interior, which has one of the best cargo volumes in its class at 63 cubic feet with the seats folded flat.

This year's X3 gets a snappy, efficient 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and a slick-shifting 8-speed automatic with steering wheel-mounted paddles for manual shifting in Sport mode. At 248 horsepower, it's plenty powerful enough for everyday driving and gets good fuel economy at 22 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway. The fully redesigned 2018 BMW X3 has sporty handling, powerful engines, and roomy seats, and you can find numerous BMW X3s at BMW of Macon . Come see us and test drive one today.

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