BMW launches X3 at Rs 49.99 lakh

Sanjay Jadhav
Friday, 20 April 2018

With this launch, BMW has introduced a Luxury Line variant in the BMW SAV line-up for the first time. BMW has already commenced assembling the next generation X3 at its plant in Chennai.

NEW DELHI: After making an appearance at the 2018 Auto Expo, BMW launched the third-generation X3 in India with prices starting at Rs 49.99 lakh for the xDrive 20d Expedition and Rs 56.70 lakh for the xDrive 20d Luxury Line (ex-showroom) here on Thursday.

With this launch, BMW has introduced a Luxury Line variant in the BMW SAV line-up for the first time. BMW has already commenced assembling the next generation X3 at its plant in Chennai.

The BMW X3 combines the outstanding driving dynamics with versatile usability and is ideal for an active, mobile lifestyle.

The car will be available in a locally-produced diesel variant. The car is now available at BMW dealerships starting Friday. The petrol variant of X3 will be launched later in 2018.

Speaking on the occasion, Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said, “BMW X3 established the premium mid-size sports activity vehicle segment in India and became a trailblazer with its modern character. The BMW X3 is set to write the next chapter in its success story with an even more striking, dynamic design language, powerful yet efficient drive systems and luxurious equipment. Practical both on and off road, the  BMW X3 is fully equipped for the most diverse driving demands, combining everything you need for wherever your day takes you.”

The BMW X3 has been reinterpreted with a striking design language, featuring a compelling front with a boldly enhanced distinctive double kidney grille. Fully Adaptive LED headlights and LED fog lamps featuring the new hexagonal design ensure a prominent stance on any road. At the rear, LED expressive taillights combined with a low-slung roof spoiler and exhaust tailpipes on both sides in chrome to make for a powerful conclusion. Automatic tailgate operation allows convenient opening and closing of the tailgate.

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