Used BMW X3 cars for sale

We currently have 43 in stock

There are 4 trims of X3 manufactured by BMW in our current stock

Our stock of used BMW X3 come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

Gearbox

Fuel Type

When BMW put the Sport into Sport Utility Vehicle with the X5 in 1998, it was only a matter of time before it repeated the trick one segment down, and sure enough the X3 followed in 2003. Now in its third-generation (since 2018), the X3 is every bit the mini-me X5, being fun to drive, stylishly designed and more than capable enough off-road for the vast majority of buyers, even if its suspension is very much focussed on road driving. Because the X3 is based on 3-series underpinnings it means there is still plenty of space inside, and running costs can be really quite affordable, especially for the four-cylinder models. Read on to find your perfect BMW X3...

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BMW X3 Engines

The BMW X3 is available with a range of petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid engines. Most are badged xDrive (BMW’s all-wheel drive technology), though rear-wheel drive sDrive models are available on some four-cylinder variants. All models are equipped with an eight-speed automatic gearbox.

The petrol range starts with the four-cylinder 2.0-litre engine in both 20i and 30i spec, then steps up to the M40i model, which is fitted with BMW’s exceptional 3.0-litre straight-six turbocharged engine. Top of the three is the X3 M, again with a 3.0-litre engine, but this time it’s shared with the BMW M3. The result is incredible performance with sure-footed handling. The plug-in hybrid 30e combines a four-cylinder petrol engine with an electric motor – you can enjoy up to 34 miles of zero-emissions motoring with the ease of quickly filling up with petrol for longer trips.

The 2.0-litre four-cylinder 18d and 20d are the junior diesel models and offer a great blend of performance and fuel economy, but moving up to the 30d brings BMW’s silky straight-six diesel engine with far more muscular performance and still attractive running costs – no wonder it’s such a popular choice. Harder to find but even more desirable is the M40d, the ultimate diesel and arguably the ultimate all-round X3.

Bodystyles

The third-generation 2018-onwards BMW X3 is available as a five-door, five-seat mid-sized SUV. At 4.7 metres long, it’s a similar size to the BMW 3-series with which it shares its underpinnings. That’s much the same as the previous generation, but the wheelbase is 5cm longer, unlocking extra interior space.

Trim Levels

The 2018-on BMW X3 launched with three trim levels: SE, xLine and M Sport.

SE features Vernasca leather, high-gloss interior trim, Business Navigation and Park Assist, while xLine adds more upmarket touches, including aluminium satin roof rails and sports seats in Vernasca leather. The incredibly popular M Sport spec gets a bespoke leather steering wheel, sports seats and Professional Navigation. More recently, the range has been slimmed down to simply xLine and M Sport.

Technology

All X3s are equipped with Business Navigation and Park Assist as standard, bringing sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors and a reversing camera. Upgrading to M Sport adds the uprated BMW Professional Navigation system with its 10.25-inch widescreen display – it can be controlled using the traditional rotary controller next to the gearstick, via the touchscreen or with voice control.

The BMW Display Key is optional – it features a digital read out that lets you check on fuel level, maintenance work due and if the doors, windows and sunroof are closed.

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