BMW unveiled the facelifted X3 about a month ago and now they are exhibiting the model in Geneva. There’s not a lot to talk about in terms of styling as we only notice the mildly revised headlights, updated front grille and slightly tweaked bumpers. Customers can now configure the car with new exterior hues, as well as different alloy wheel designs while the xLine package brings underbody guards, bespoke 18- and 19-inch rims, together with more metallic trim. The M Sport package encompasses an aerodynamic body kit, 18- to 20-inch wheels and a shadow line trim, along with sport-tuned suspension and sport seats.
The 2014 BMW X3 facelift will be offered with new 4-cylinder 2.0-liter diesels such as the motor inside the X3 xDrive20d that generates 190 HP and 400 Nm of torque. The more frugal X3 sDrive18d is equipped with a rear-wheel drive system, low-rolling resistance tires and a 150 HP motor which allows the model to return 47 mpg US.
BMW will start selling the refreshed X3 in U.S. this spring and the base model will kick off at $39,325.