Wednesday, May 8, 2013
2013 BMW x 3 Review facelift
This title is also claimed by Audi and Mercedes, which for their part are making all the right moves to give life not easy competitors. But lets talk about the details of this updated version of the BMW X 3: seen commercial success, even on the overseas market, the Helix House has provided only small new aesthetic level, not to run the risk of ruining a prized model of its kind. In fact, as we see from the few camuffature news will be concentrated only in small parts of the front and rear.
The snout of the 2013 BMW X 3 facelift will gain a new bumper shield, featuring a different air handling. Even the front headlamps will change slightly, probably only in the internal geometry and not in external form. Even in the latter there will be stylistic innovations relating to the bumpers, which will be slightly redesigned, and tailpipes. For the rest there will be new colours for bodywork and new alloy wheels.
Within the style will be for better or worse the same as always, and should be appreciated new materials and finishes. Also improved the technology, which will provide a new satellite navigation system, a new menu for the iDrive system and unedited voice commands. All this will be part of BMW ConnectedDrive technology.
From the mechanical point of view, there should be no big surprise, considering also the fact that we are talking about a simple redesign. The engine range will perhaps some small update to engines, but nothing particularly: the current engines are modern, suffice it to say that this year has been introduced the new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engines mounted on BMW X 3 xDrive28i. Isnt it possible that maybe, on the occasion of restyling, BMW does not decide to launch a sporting version, a sort of BMW X 3 M.