I selected the BMW X-3 based on passenger room, comfort and performance, which I have been pleased with all three aspects. Add the fact of BMW reputation for quality and it was an easy decision to buy
2005 BMW X3working mom - Raleigh, NC06/30/2009
This car is fun to drive and has a really sporty feel. The leatherette interior is awful, cloth seats would have been better. Pass on the leatherette, trust me! The car has all the conveniences you would expect, except homelink, which I really wish it had. Overall the cargo room is adequate for my family of 4 and it is a good looking car. Mileage is average considering this model takes premium only gas.
This is my 3rd BMW X3 - they're wonderful
2014 BMW X3Chris Z - Washington, DC06/14/2016
Super versatile vehicle that can tow trailers, load bikes/kayaks/canoe on roof, seats fold down to fit tons of stuff in the vehicle. And when you're not pushing the X3 by transporting things, you can get anywhere in absolute comfort and plenty of amenities on the way. You'll never get stuck in the snow or ice with the killer traction control and AWD - I've hooked up tow chains and pulled other AWD SUVs out of the snow. If you want a comfortable, capable, and reliable SUV that can handle everything and look good doing it, this is it. And in addition to all that, it's a BMW so it drives like a beast...
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