US BMW X3 Pricing Announced

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Not long after the debut of the all-new BMW X3 in Paris, BMW has announced the suggested retail pricing for the sporty SUV.

The entry level 240-horsepower X3 xDrive28i will be priced at $37,625, and arrives in dealer showrooms by the end of this year. The turbocharged, 300-horsepower X3 xDrive35i will have an MSRP of $41,925. Both prices include $875 Destination & Handling fees and feature the standard 8-speed automatic transmission along with BMW’s acclaimed xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive system. The 2011 models will also have a significant increase in all round value compared to their 2010 predecessor by sporting more standard equipment, including Bluetooth connectivity, iPod/USB interface, anti-theft alarm system, and - on the X3 xDrive35i - standard BMW Xenon Adaptive Headlights.

Produced exclusively at BMW’s newly upgraded Spartanburg, S.C. factory, the new X3 will be supported by a state-of-the-art ordering and manufacturing system. Customers will be able to make changes to their vehicle order up until six days prior to the start of production.


Source: BMW USA

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  (858) posted on 03.21.2011

Does the BMW already killed the X-series production and replaced with M-series? BMW M3series would be a good choice!

  (216) posted on 12.2.2010

Cool car but come on this is too expensive? This is just another one of those remodeled classics that only attract to the old and rich. Urghhhh!

  (648) posted on 10.21.2010

Volvo isn’t under China’s control just yet; the XC60 was designed and developed before the takeover took place... and the XC60 also handles brilliantly; I doubt soccer moms are going to notice the difference. If anything, it’d be a biased judgment simply because it’s a BMW and the Volvo is a Volvo.

  (807) posted on 10.21.2010

Oh yeah, not really!

  (329) posted on 10.18.2010

People paid nearly 40k for 2010 X3.. Wow. An AWD XC60 with 300hp is nearly 4k less and IMO looks million times better

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