Fuel consumption combined in l/100 km (28i)


CO2 emissions in g/km (28i)


Luggage compartment capacity in l

550 - 1,600

40/20/40 backrest


As the first Sports Activity Vehicle, the BMW X3 was once the founder of its vehicle class. And the current generation of the all-rounder remains faithful to its tradition: exceptionally comfortable and extremely flexible, the BMW X3 is ideally suited to everyday challenges and equally so to lengthy journeys. While the exterior is characterised by the typical BMW X character, the interior inspires thanks to selected materials that convey an impression of especially high quality. The BMW X3 also impresses with its economical BMW TwinPower Turbo diesel and petrol engines.



The latest version of the vehicle that once founded the class of Sports Activity Vehicles in its segment retains its unmistakeable charisma. At the same time, the BMW X3 appears more athletic than ever before – and, on the inside, emphatically underlines its outstanding premium character with high-quality materials.


The BMW X3 is ready for any challenge. This is especially true of its drive system. With intelligent technologies from BMW EfficientDynamics as well as its advanced energy management, it offers driving pleasure and agility – and, at the same time, reduces fuel consumption and emissions.

Comfort & Functionality.

No matter what daily life may bring, the BMW X3 faces up to every challenge. And with its ingenious functions, it turns every adventure into child’s play. The generous interior and luggage compartment can be adapted to suit all requirements, ensuring top-quality comfort and functionality. Discover your urge to discover – and experience it to the full: with the BMW X3.


Innovative BMW TwinPower Turbo technology, common rail direct injection and aluminium lightweight construction make it possible: The redeveloped 4-cylinder diesel engine in the BMW X3 combines impressive performance with a further improvement in fuel economy and emissions. Particularly economical figures come from the entry model among the diesels, the BMW X3 sDrive28i, with fuel consumption of 7.4l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 172g/km. The vehicle proves to be clearly more generous in terms of driving performance – it can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h within 6.5s and has a top speed of 230 km/h. In contrast, the slightly larger engine of the BMW X3 xDrive35i achieves a maximum speed of 245 km/h and covers the dash from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.6s. Once again consumption and CO2 emissions remain extremely moderate: figures of 8.3l/100 km and 193g/km speak for themselves.