Almost by stealth, the X3 has morphed into one of the best all-round products in BMW's portfolio. No rival manufacturer can get close to the way it delivers power and efficiency and the prices being asked for this latest model, despite creeping up quietly, are still more than reasonable. Drive an X3 after driving a similarly-priced Volvo XC60 and the BMW will feel like an iPhone 5 compared to Volvo's Motorola flip phone. They will not feel like the same thing. Not remotely. BMW's difficulty is in communicating that to a British public who, once they're committed to spending £30,000 on a premium compact SUV, tend to start and finish their search with Range Rover Evoques. The X3 has been thoroughly rehabilitated and deserves a second chance. A vehicle this good ought to speak for itself, but since many of you are not listening, it needs all the advocates it can get. Don't take my word for it. Try it for yourself and make your own mind up. This one more than merits a fair crack.Watch Video »
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