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The 2018 BMW X3 has officially arrived, bringing with it new looks, an updated engine lineup and a cabin that aims to be comfier for occupants.

For 2018 the X3 has adopted BMW’s new three-dimensional kidney grille, which is flanked by new hexagonal-design fog lamps. Available Icon Adaptive Full LED Headlights expand on the look and also add three-dimensional rear taillamps, while the rear end is further enhanced with a new hatch spoiler and twin exhaust tips. Other exterior changes include a standard trailer hitch (the first-ever factory installed trailer hitch for a BMW SUV) and new 18-inch Y-spoke or optional 19-inch V-spoke wheels.

Changes to the cabin include standard 3-zone automatic climate control, individually adjustable rear split folding seats, optional front and rear ventilated seats and an available 9.8-inch panoramic glass sunroof. BMW’s latest iDrive infotainment system with a 10.25-inch touchscreen is also present and is joined by a new larger heads-up display. Like other new BMW’s, it also gets a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot with support for up to 10 devices.
Read more about the 2018 BMW X3 Arrives With Updated Looks, Comfier Cabin at AutoGuide.com.
 

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This is the X3 we needed 10 years ago!

Too many SUVs in the small SUV segment. I believe BMW customers don't come eagerly to BMW to buy a lightweight urban SUV rather instead we want aggressive looking sports sedans and SUVs
 
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