At 6' 5" tall it's not easy to find a vehicle I'm comfortable in. The X3 is an exception. There's plenty of leg and hip room and the seat adjusts enough to make it very comfortable for long trips. The gear select is odd and takes some getting used to, Consumer Reports even mentions it, but the rest of the electronics are easy to use. It's been a great car/SUV/crossover so far.
2006 BMW X3Mac - Virginia Beach, VA04/19/2010
Took this SUV for a test drive today to give the wife and I ideas for the next vehicle. We fell in love with this BMW. Why buy a BMW sedan when you can buy this for less. What a great view with the roof open.
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.
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