This second generation BMW X3 erased all the bad memories of those early first cars. In fairness to BMW, even the first-gen X3 had smartened itself up towards the end of its life but should you really want the X3 that all of us knew BMW was capable of making, you need this second generation model. The xDrive30d is probably our favourite model in the range, combining a really concussive accelerative punch with strong efficiency metrics. Yes, it's a bit more costly than the ubiquitous xDrive20d but it's well worth the premium to step up from a four-cylinder engine to a proper BMW six. Given that you can buy a tidy 2011 example for less than the price Honda charges for a new diesel Civic, it's hard to see why you wouldn't.
2.0 Diesel Automatic from £41,380
2.0 Diesel Manual from £36,345
3.0 Diesel Automatic from £47,180
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