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BMW Malaysia has officially launched the new G01 X3 facelift, which is available in three variants, including two petrol-only options – the sDrive20i M Sport and xDrive30i M Sport – as well as a sole plug-in hyb...
The facelifted G01 BMW X3 went on sale in Malaysia last month, but we only had unrepresentative global press photos to pad the launch report then. We have finally snapped photos of the real thing in the showroom, gi...
The facelifted G01 BMW X3 sDrive20i was launched in February this year alongside the X3 xDrive30i and xDrive30e, starting from RM296,950 on-the-road without insurance, inclusive of a two-year unlimited mileage warra...
-The power from the 2.0l is adequate, giving that the car is used in Sabah(yes we get alot of hilly terains). Going up steep hills even in 'Comfort' mode and gear position in D, the car goes effortlessly.
-xDrive reaction is quick. It can be felt almost instantaneously. As I have to go up a small slopped driveway to my home, sometimes one of the wheel is slightly lifted off the ground, if my approach angle is wrong, xDrive system stops the said wheel from spinning and pushes the car forward. The electronics can be heard getting the job done.
-Good driving dynamics as expected from a BMW. Corners can be taken with minimal body roll.
-No rear reclining seats
-No surround view cameras, whereas competitors of the same category come. With them
-Passive M Sport suspension can be a bit harsh for rear passengers. Have got passengers saying that it is abit bumpy.
-Rattling noise from the panoramic sunroof in tilt or open position when travelling on uneven roads. This was not present during the first 3-5 months of owning the car. The noise came after 6 months of ownership.
-No NFC key card / wireless charger for my vehicle's production period (cheaper models like the 330i have them).
Perhaps BMW could be more generous by including more comfort and practical features like rear side sun blinds, surround view cameras etc to make it on par with the competition.
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