2005 BMW X3Change Year or Vehicle
of the 2005 BMW X3. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- xDrive operation
- Ride comfort
- Transmission operation
- Driving ease
- Odometer readability
- Climate-control layout
- Navigation-system readability
- Engine noise at high rpm
- Limited offroad capability
- xDrive AWD
- Two inline-six engines
- Hill Descent Control
- Youthful BMW styling
- Low center of gravity
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