BMW X3 xDrive35i

Sunday, July 31, 2011

In this 2011 BMW car manufacturer officially launched a new variant was named BMW X3 xDrive35i with six-cylinder inline engine gasoline. This variant is included in the class of SUVs (sports utility vehicle). Meanwhile, another variant is the BMW X3 xDrive20d engined four cylinder in line diesel.
By all appearances, this second generation of the BMW X3 comes with urban-style body design elegant and the view that gagah.BMW X3 xDrive uses a capacity of 3000 cc engine that can generate power to 306 hp at 58.00 rpm and maximum torque of 400 Nm at engine speed between 1200 and 5000 rpm.
While the BMW X3 xDrive20d using turbo four-cylinder diesel engine in line with a capacity of 2,000 cc which is made of aluminum and equipped with common rail direct injection. This machine is capable of spraying power up to 184 hp at 4,000 rpm rotation and a maximum torque of 380 nm in 1750 and 2,750 rpm.

Fresh from the redesign of the exterior and a good stretch, 2011 BMW X3 xDrive35i looks more bold and offer more space for people and goods. Yet deep inside an off-camber switchback mountain, it is to convince you That it's just a tall sports sedan. And no longer hits the contents of your loose to PROVE it.
As before, the standard all-wheel drive ensures That the 2011 BMW X3 xDrive35i earnest climb up the forest road with the first chairlift or the trailhead with ease - even if the most Difficult labor involved only draw Some Sea-Doos or Transporting a distance from Some Banana Republic for road construction.
But the 2011 BMW X3 xDrive35i driving every day cans be annoying, slow throttle response interfere with low-speed character in city driving. The Acura RDX, Audi Q5, Infiniti EX35 and Mercedes-Benz GLK350 all offer a more direct connection to the drivetrain and performance, making it more intuitive.
Given an open road and heads began to roll, but the BMW X3 Gives an exhilarating rush head.

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