BMW X3 Comparison

    The 2023 BMW X3 is up to $5800 more expensive than it was last year, as part of a wider-range price adjustment.

    This means the X3 range now starts at $81,700 before on-road costs for the sDrive20i, and extends to $175,300 before on-road costs for the M Competition.

    There haven’t been any specification changes to the X3 range as part of the 2023 model year price adjustment.

    The current, third-generation BMW X3 was first revealed and went on sale locally in 2017. It received a mid-life facelift last year that brought a revised exterior and interior design.

    BMW sold a total of 4546 examples of the X3 last year, making it the second top-selling medium luxury SUV if you don’t add together the sales of the Mercedes-Benz GLC wagon and GLC Coupe. It was outsold by the Tesla Model Y (8717 sales).

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