Friday, April 1, 2011

2011 BMW X3 xDrive20d

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2011 BMW X3 xDrive20d comes with new body style with intermediate urban elegance and agility versatile. The combination of a flat front and rear high-end product, a side view of the dynamic wedge-shaped, indicating the cars sporty characteristics. Concave and convex surfaces are accented by separate lines. In the front of the new BMW X3, BMW kidney grille in front corner, a set of high lighthouse, a front spoiler consultant-powerful and the profile of the bell indicates the general condition, said the presence of oneself.

In collaboration with the round headlights, fog lights, which are now placed on the outside, the light source is available that is characteristic of BMW X. On top of all sports chrome headlights highlighting a plate to create the worn look so typical of BMW vehicles. In combination with the optional xenon headlights, the vehicle has daytime running this function by rings of white light LED.


The new BMW X3 xDrive35i is equipped as standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission. This option, also unique within the competitive environment, is available for the BMW X3 xDrive20d as an alternative to the standard six-speed manual gearbox. As an option, the new BMW X3 xDrive35i comes with a sports automatic transmission with shift paddles on the steering wheel.

The automatic transmission is combined for the first time with an Auto Start Stop function. When stopping at road junctions or in a traffic jam, the engine is automatically switched off. The Auto Start Stop function is also a standard feature in the X3 xDrive20d with manual gearbox. The car is additionally equipped with a gear shift indicator. Furthermore, the equipment featured in all model variants, which include brake energy regeneration, EPS Electric Power Steering, demand-controlled ancillary components, intelligent lightweight construction and tyres with reduced rolling resistance contribute towards lowering fuel consumption and exhaust emission levels.

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