2014 BMW X3
18,850 Miles
$30,688

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 BMW X3
63,601 Miles
$27,500

Sandy, UT
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2016 BMW X3
23,261 Miles
$31,913

West Chester, PA
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2017 BMW X3
4,043 Miles
$51,970

Pembroke Pines, FL
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2017 BMW X3
6,623 Miles
$47,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2017 BMW X3
6,878 Miles
$47,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2017 BMW X3
7,489 Miles
$47,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2017 BMW X3
5,981 Miles
$47,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2017 BMW X3
6,025 Miles
$45,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2017 BMW X3
8,178 Miles
$46,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2017 BMW X3
8,114 Miles
$46,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2014 BMW X3
23,224 Miles
$37,894

Urbandale, IA
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2017 BMW X3
8,200 Miles
$38,745

Madison, WI
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2014 BMW X3
37,109 Miles
$30,947

Madison, WI
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2017 BMW X3
11,800 Miles
$41,980

Madison, WI
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2017 BMW X3
2,000 Miles
$46,495

Madison, WI
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2016 BMW X3
8,633 Miles
$32,988

Henderson, NV
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2014 BMW X3
22,610 Miles
$33,996

Madison, WI
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2012 BMW X3
108,075 Miles
$16,990

Madison, WI
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2017 BMW X3
9,000 Miles
$54,645

Madison, WI
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BMW X3 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.1
Performance
4.4
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.7
Maintenance
3.5

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BMW X3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2014 BMW X3 - Fun drive

80536, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I love this car! This is my first BMW and I will buy one again. It is extremely sporty and goes when you put your foot down. The 300+ HP engine helps with that. I love that you can select what type of driving mode you want to be in (Sport, Comfort or Eco). If I'm feeling feisty, I'll throw it into sport mode and off I go. The features are great. The navigation is easy to use and has a very nice interface. I have the heads up display and like that a lot. The heated seats and steering wheel are awesome in the winter time.
Story
I live in the mountains, so I get the distinct pleasure of driving this car on curvy mountain roads, which is what it was made for.
Pros
Power Features (Navigation, blue tooth, heads-up display)
Cons
It is a rougher ride (more so than my husband's Mercedes GLK), but that's because it has stiffer suspension. There are also some quality type things that I don't think should happen in a $55K car: thread pulls in my roof liner, scratches on the shadow trim when I picked it up from the dealer, a pinched cable in my center console. All those things were rectified, though.

2011 BMW X3 - Amazing Sunroof but that's about it.

Waukesha, Wisconsin
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
2.0
I owed this car for a little under two years before I felt the need to trade it in. Previously I owned an Audi A4 but wanted to be in a small SUV since I did a lot of back road driving and was in the process of adopting a pup (wanted a good size back seat for him). The best selling feature is the unearthly large sun roof. It opens up super wide, to the point that if you wanted to stick your whole body out while driving down the road you could. While I didn't have any mechanical issues while I owned it, I did have some body damage due to being ran into by a deer. It did all kinds of damage to my front fender and headlight and it was very costly to repair.
Story
The sunroof. I was in my early twenties and had a lot of crazy friends. Every time I had people in my car they wanted to stand up out of the sun roof while we were driving around. It was almost like having a convertible.
Pros
Sleek look for small SUV HUGE sunroof Comfortable back seat BMW name
Cons
Boxy mirrors Expensive repairs Not gas friendly Not very high tech for price point

2008 BMW X3 - Great small SUV

Christiansburg, Virginia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
Overall, we have been pleased with this vehicle. The ride is as smooth as any car I have owned and the gas mileage is fantastic (18-20 town and 25-30 highway). We have utilized the 4WD on more than one occasion. We bought this used and have had all the maintenance performed at a local shop instead of the dealership which has helped cut down on costs.
Story
We have taken this on may baseball road games and there is always enough room without the kids getting fussy. We have taken it on vacation and packed enough in the rear for a weeks worth of luggage.
Pros
Spacious inside and plenty of cargo room. We are a family of three and my son plays baseball which means we are usually carpooling several kids and there is room for three in the back and all their equipment. It gets gas mileage similar to a car so that is a benefit as well.
Cons
Parts are still expensive, we have maintenance done at a local shop but OEM BMW parts are still expensive. The 6 cylinder engine is sometimes a little quick to react.