BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid Review

BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid PreviewThe BMW X3 has been around for quite some time, providing a dependable performance for drivers throughout the Atlantic City, Egg Harbor, and Vineland areas. Come the 2021 model year, though, that vehicle will be getting a bit of an upgrade.

That’s when the SUV will have a plug-in hybrid version: the X3 xDrive 30e.1 We’ll give you the inside scoop on this new model in our BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid review. Discover what this automobile will offer and feel free to contact BMW of Atlantic City if you have any questions.


Plug-in Hybrid Performance

Engine Performance

The 2021 BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid will provide impressive driving ranges to really help you go the distance.

It’ll come with a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine with an electric motor and battery pack. With this combination, you get the best of both worlds: the efficiency of an electric motor with the range and comfort of a combustion engine.

Plus, you can take advantage of the vehicle’s all-electric range, if you’d like. By doing that, you can make your drives to work or run errands with an efficient and thrilling performance that’s gasoline-free.

Other Performance Features

Furthermore, the BMW X3 xDrive 30e will be sure to provide plenty of power for your various drives around town.

The 2.0L 4-cylinder is said to produce 293 horsepower and help the vehicle go from 0-60 MPH in 6.5 seconds. As a result, you’ll get the quick acceleration you need to easily handle any situation on the road.

In addition, this SUV will come with exclusive features like intelligent hybrid drive modes. Whether you want to focus on power, emphasize efficiency, or get a nice mix of both, you can do so easily with these different driving modes.

You’ll also be able to take on any road with ease, thanks to the standard xDrive all-wheel drive system. It’ll evenly distribute power between the front and rear axles when needed, so that you get maximum grip on slick surfaces.

Features Inside the X3 Hybrid

Plug-in Hybrid Performance
The 2021 X3 xDrive 30e will then have lots of great features to take advantage of.

For instance, there will be plenty of cargo room for all your shopping bags, beach gear, and other items. Plus, the space won’t be compromised, as the battery pack will be tucked away under the rear seat.

The vehicle will offer a dynamic plug-in hybrid instrument cluster, too. This information will be located behind the steering wheel and provide a look into the:

  • Electric motor output
  • Charge level indicator
  • Trip range for electric and combined drive modes

You can also remain connected to your car from your smartphone. With the BMW Connected app, you can get real-time information on charge status, get directions to the nearest charging station, or even precondition the vehicle’s interior temperature—making things as convenient for you as possible.

Learn More About the BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid

The BMW X3 Plug-in Hybrid won’t land in U.S. dealerships until the end of 2020. In the meantime, you can get more information from the team at BMW of Atlantic City. Then, once it arrives at our dealership near Atlantic City, Egg Harbor, and Vineland, you can be one of the first to test drive this SUV.

Don’t wait. Contact us to learn more about this BMW model today!

 

1 Model not yet released. All specs mentioned herein have been cited from the www.caranddriver.com and are subject to change by the manufacturer.