New 2018 BMW X3 uk deals

We currently have 16 2018 BMW X3 models available with an average saving of £3593. Our 2018 BMW X3 deals are quoted as on the road or (OTR) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises.

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Auto Diesel 2.0d 190 SS 5 2.0 190 132 £39560 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 2.0d 190 SS 5 2.0 190 132 £38880 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 2.0d 190 SS 5 2.0 190 138 £41380 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 2.0d 190 SS 5 2.0 190 138 £39780 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 2.0d 190 SS 5 2.0 190 138 £40460 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 3.0d 265 SS 5 3.0 265 149 £44380 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 3.0d 265 SS 5 3.0 265 153 £47180 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 3.0d 265 SS 5 3.0 265 149 £45060 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 3.0d 265 SS 5 3.0 265 153 £45580 Show Discount
Auto Diesel 3.0d 265 SS 5 3.0 265 153 £46260 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 5 2.0 184 163 £37980 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 5 2.0 184 166 £40480 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 5 2.0 184 166 £38880 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 5 2.0 184 163 £38660 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 5 2.0 184 166 £39560 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 3.0i 360 SS 5 3.0 360 188 £50530 Show Discount
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BMW X3

Prices start at around £31,000, which puts entry-level X3 models around £300 over an equivalent Volvo XC60 but still around £400 less than an Audi Q5, which is pretty much where this vehicle needs to be.

The eagle-eyed amongst you may well have noted that the price has crept up by around £2,000, which seems quite an ask for a more imposing front end treatment. Fortunately, there's a good deal more to this product revision than just the styling and engine tweaks.

You now get heated seats, an automatic tailgate and BMW Business satellite navigation on every model. That's on top of leather upholstery, climate control, cruise control, a DAB radio, 17in alloy wheels, front and rear parking radars, automatic wipers, and automatic lights.

BMW offers the usual SE and M Sport models but has also inserted an X Line trim into the range.

The new xLine models can be identified from the outside by metallic inserts in the bumpers, satin aluminium side cladding and bars in the air intakes, simulated underguards at the front and rear and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Inside, there's xLine leather upholstery, dark copper trim and a sport leather steering wheel. Is that worth £1,500 over the price of an SE model? That's entirely your call..

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