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2015 BMW X3 India launch today: Watch LIVE webcast here

2015 BMW X3 India launch

BMW launches 2015 X3 Facelift in India today. Showcased earlier at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the new X3 facelift will be seen with exterior modifications besides added comfort and safety features.

2015 BMW X3 India launch2015 BMW X3 is a mid-size family SUV which competes with the likes of Mercedes Benz ML Class and Audi Q5. BMW X3 facelift receives its mid life makeover and will be seen with a new front fascia dominated by restyled front and rear bumpers, larger LED infused head lamps, a prominent kidney grille, ORVMs with side blinkers and new alloy wheels thus giving the X3 facelift a more aggressive and sporty stance.

Interiors will be seen with piano black central console, new leather upholstery in darker shades and textured wood finishes which will be seen throughout the X3 facelift’s interior makeup. A wider infotainment system, restyled instrument cluster and bootlid with electric-opening function will also be seen on the X3 facelift.

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BMW X3 – Old vs New

Diesel engine options on board 2015 X3 facelift remains unchanged. Available only in one engine options – the xDrive 20d is powered by a 2.0 liter, four cylinder engine generating 190 PS power and 400 Nm torque while it is mated to 8 speed Steptronic autobox with auto stop/start function.

The new BMW X3 facelift is expected to be assembled at company’s plant in Chennai from where the current X3 is assembled. Price is expected to be in the Rs 44-50 lakhs. Watch the LIVE webcast below for complete information on X3 for India. LIVE webcast will commence at 12-30 PM, until then you can checkout the hi-res image gallery of new X3 below.

UPDATE – New BMW X3 India launch price Rs 44.90 lakhs


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