2019 BMW X3 vs 2018 BMW X3
2019 BMW X3 2018 BMW X3


2.0L Turbo I-4 2.0L Turbo I-4


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MPG (City/Highway)

23/30 * 22/29 *

2019 BMW X3 vs 2018 BMW X3

Serving Atlanta, GA

As one of the most recognized SUVs on the road, the BMW X3 has a solid reputation among consumers and is a popular vehicle to own in the past. The 2019 X3 and the 2018 X3 are both reliable options with a few similarities and differences between both generations. When you're shopping around for a new luxury SUV that will turn heads, it's important to compare both cars before making your selection.


For a crossover SUV, the 2019 BMW X3 delivers what most people want from their vehicle with its cutting-edge performance. Built with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, it accelerates quickly and guarantees drivers can get 248 horsepower when putting the pedal to the metal. An available turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine is also offered as an upgrade and gets 355 horsepower to tackle even more driving challenges. Drivers can expect to reach 60 mph in 4.6 seconds. The agile handling of the 2018 BMW X3 makes it one of the best performers in its class. It has a capable lineup and has predictable reliability ratings that contribute to its value. All-wheel-drive also comes standard for added traction under all four wheels. The engineers of the X3 created it to have dynamic handling to allow drivers to feel more in control while spending time behind the wheel.


No part of the 2019 BMW X3 lacks luxury, with high-quality materials for the interior and exterior. Its classic kidney grille makes a statement with its split design and allows it to remain recognizable. LED headlights beautifully accessorize the exterior and contribute to the illumination provided of the road ahead. The rear of the car is also stylish with large, expansive tail lamps that are the main focal point on the vehicle. Dual chrome exhausts prove it has a bit of athleticism. It's hard to find an SUV as stunning as the 2018 X3 with its edgy taillights, rear spoiler, and large intakes that make up its robust design. Thin headlights and a split kidney grille are added to the front of the body.


Interior features you can expect to find in the 2019 X3 include spacious and comfortable seats, leatherette upholstery, a heated steering wheel, a heated steering wheel, 14-way power-adjustable front seats, a USB port, Bluetooth, and an available 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system. Features that are offered in the 2018 X3 include plenty of cargo space, forward collision warning, front and rear parking sensors, and pedestrian detection. Drivers can also utilize extra enhancements like standard tri-zone automatic climate control, a standard touch-screen infotainment system, ventilated front seats, optional gesture-based infotainment controls, and a control knob on the center console.

We invite you to contact our dealership today to learn more about the 2019 BMW X3 and the 2018 BMW X3. Our team is here to help and will be available to help you test drive both options at our location.

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