New 2016 BMW X3 Prices

Select a new 2016 BMW X3 trim level

2016 model year changes

Following a 2015 facelift, the BMW X3 hits 2016 with minimal changes. USB and Bluetooth features have been enhanced, including Bluetooth sync for a second phone as well as library browsing via Bluetooth, while the Harman/Kardon surround sound system is now standard on the X3 xDrive35i.

Competitive comparison

Quick and nimble; fuel-efficient compared to other crossovers; comfortable, well-appointed cabin; long list of technology features and upgrades

Special features for 2016

The X3 is one of the quickest and most nimble-handling of the compact luxury-brand crossovers; yet it's also one of the most fuel-efficient in four-cylinder xDrive28i form. The sensible, yet stylish cabin strikes a great balance between plush comfort and practical family sensibilities, and it has one of the more comfortable back seats in its class; while the number of useful high-tech features and driver aids is impressive.

sDrive28i

RWD 4dr sDrive28i

xDrive28d

AWD 4dr xDrive28d

xDrive28i

AWD 4dr xDrive28i

xDrive35i

AWD 4dr xDrive35i
The BMW X3 crossover SUV seats five and is offered in four trim levels, nicely outfitted in the base model. Standard equipment includes: 18” wheels, privacy glass in the rear, automated headlamps, LED fog lights, automated wipers, powered rear lift gate, two-zone climate control, powered front seats, vinyl upholstery, 40/20/40 split-folding rear seat, Bluetooth/iPod/USB connectivity, the iDrive electronics interface and 12-speaker audio system. Upgrades can get you bi-xenon headlamps, panoramic sunroof, remote entry and start, hands-free lift gate, leather upholstery, satellite radio, GPS, adaptive suspension, sport-tuning, collision mitigation system, parking cameras, all LED lighting, roof rails, larger 19” wheels and more. Driving the X3 is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that’s rated at 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.