2011 BMW X3 Gets Price Dropped by $2,100
Great news for BMW lovers - the redesigned 2011 BMW X3 starts at $37,625 in xDrive28i trim and $41,925 for the xDrive35i model.
The entry price is $2,100 lower than the sticker for the 2010 X3 xDrive30i, even though it's been thoroughly revamped, including iPod, USB, and Bluetooth connectivity and an alarm system.
The 35i model also gets adaptive xenon headlights standard.
Added to its more stylish look and improved interior, the new SUV should offer a more comfortable ride.
Though the new model is larger, it shouldn't be heavier thanks to aluminum components.
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- Gregg Fidan
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