Before 2011 BMW X3 was manufactured, BMW X3 was introduced in the previous year with an interesting concept. Some concepts are available in the market, namely: a small model, the premium sports activity vehicle with the ability on the streets, and unrivaled driving dynamics. The first generation BMW X3 became the best sales in the segment of BMW, both for America and Europe. Through several rounds of time, more than 600,000 X3 have been sold worldwide and 150,000 were sold in America.
2011 BMW X3 will feature new turbocharged 3.0-liter inline 6 N55 engine is combined with direct fuel injection, twinturbo technology, and valvetronic. The N55 engine was developed to produce maximum output around 300 hp at 5800 rpm, with 300 lb-ft peak of torque that available at all from 1.200 to 5.000 rpm. Redline is 7.000 rpm.
This machine allows the BMW X3 2011 to run from 0-60 mph in just 5.5 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 150 mph when paired with the optional Sport Package. Both the BMW X3 xDrive28i and the xDrive35i, not only offers a dynamic driving characteristics in its category, but it also gives fuel consumption that is pleasant and has a good level of emissions in its class. EPA fuel efficiency estimates will be provided closer to the on-sale date in the United States.
BMW X3 2011 have a good interior concept, attractive, versatile, high-grade materials, and three-dimensional surface design give the interior of the BMW X3 into a modern, premium ambience and intelligent functionality. Horizontal lines of the instrument panel accentuate the width of the interior. The hallmark of BMW design, with the steering cockpit orientation, emphasis on the center console designed asymmetrical. The Central Display of the navigation system with fourth generation BMW iDrive is a luxury that is integrated into the instrument panel. 2011 BMW X3 system features in 8.8-inch high-resolution trans-reflective screen that is the largest on-board monitor in its vehicle segment.
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