The top trim-level of the lot boasts the most powerful turbocharged 3.0-liter engine of the X3 family and adds M-Sport styling as standard. It also boasts exclusive access to two exterior paint options, but loses access to others and allows for some extra performance bits in the way of an available adaptive M Sport suspension as well as an M Sport differential. However, standard features aren’t extremely different from base-level, which is quite surprising considering the large price hike. Nevertheless, some added extras include a sunroof, keyless entry, and M-badged steering wheel along with an aerodynamic kit and this model delivers a much better driving experience than others and this goes hand in hand with worse fuel economy than its smaller-engine based siblings. It’s a great overall performance SUV and bests rivals in terms of fuel economy, though its interior is not as memorable as competitors.
Lane Departure Warning, Active Blind Spot Detection, Active Driving Assistant, rear cross-traffic alert and speed limit info
ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant, active cruise control w/stop and go, active lane keeping assistant w/side collision avoidance, traffic jam assistant, evasion aid and front cross-traffic alert, Extended Collision Mitigation
Ambient Lighting, Active Park Distance Control, Live Cockpit Pro w/Navigation, Surround View w/3D View, Head-Up Display, Rear View Camera, Heated Steering Wheel, Connected Package Pro, Gesture Control, Heated Front Seats, Parking Assistant Plus
Active Park Distance Control, Surround View w/3D View, Rear View Camera, Parking Assistant Plus
Live Cockpit Pro w/Navigation, Head-Up Display, Heated Steering Wheel, Connected Package Pro, Heated Front Seats
Enhanced USB & Bluetooth, WiFi Hotspot, complimentary 3-month or 3GB trial