The X3 is a great SUV for people that
want the SUV flexibility but a car-like
ride. The X3 is very roomy altough it
does not look like a behemoth on the
road (like the new SUVs from Nissan,
Cadillac, etc.) The external style is
very sport but elegant at the same time.
Interior finish is high quality. The
ride may feel a bt stiff on very bumpy
roads, but when you ride on winding
roads or on the highway you can really
enjoy the sporty ride. BMW aced this
car. I used to drive an X5 and, although
the X5 is more luxurios, the X3 has
nothing to envy at all to the X5
(interior room is better in the X3, in
particular in the back seats.
Secure and fun ride, handling, features,
build quality, iPod connectivity
Air suspension with stiffness setting
(sport or comfort)
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