BMW X3 passed the moose test, but it was not beautiful
The updated BMW X3 allows you to get around the moose, but it does not provide the most comfortable ride.
Recently, the Spanish edition of km77 began to deepen it with the famous moose test with the updated X3. The tested example had a diesel engine and all-wheel drive, as well as an additional 20-inch wheels wrapped with tires 245 mm wide at the front and 275 mm at the rear.
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In the first attempt, the SUV maneuvered around the cones at a speed of 47.8 miles (77 km / h), and when it hit a cone, it seemed that it was not the fault of the car, but the fault of the driver. X3 security systems kept everything under control and it seemed easy to maintain. However, a sudden change of direction will cause BMW to jump hard during the test.
The best run was 50.3 mph (81 km / h). This is particularly impressive, especially considering that the M4 Competition, which tested km77 last year, can only test the moose at a speed of 47.22 miles (76 km / h) and its rear tires have lost their attractiveness and are difficult to build. control.
BMW introduced the new X3 in June last year. The carmaker gave it a new look and added aggression without exaggeration. Among the most obvious changes include redesigned grilles, bright headlights and taillights, as well as a number of internal upgrades, including a larger 10.25-inch infotainment screen as standard or a 12.3-inch display and a 12.3-inch digital as part. has a cluster of tools. Live Cockpit Professional package.