November 18, 2009 By Alison Lakin, Associate Editor
After the success of the BMW X5, the German manufacturer decided a smaller, more reasonably priced crossover SUV would bridge the lucrative gap between the SUV and 3-Series sedan. Thus, the BMW X3 was born in 2003.Read More
Overall, I would like to have better gas mileage, but realized that there is a tradeoff for power and performance. Great ride than most American/Japanese 5 seaters. Cabin sound is much lower, but you must upgrade the sound system if you like music.
The radiators in BMW's loose water. Not sure where....
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