2016 BMW X3 Values

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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.
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.