The BMW X3 gets through the mouse test but it wasn’t pretty

The facelifted BMW X3 will help you get around the socks but it certainly doesn’t provide the most comfortable ride.

The Spanish publication km77 recently subjected it to the famous Muse Test at the deep end via the updated X3. The example tested had a diesel engine and all-wheel drive while sitting on optional 20-inch wheels wrapped in 245mm wide tires at the front and 275mm tires at the rear.

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On the first attempt, the SUV was driven around the cone at a speed of 47.8 mph (77 km / h), and when it hit a cone, it appeared to be the driver’s fault rather than the driver’s fault. The X3’s security system controls everything and it seems to be relatively easy to drive. However, the sudden change of direction prompted BMW to bounce quite violently as it passed the test.

The best successful race was 50.3 mph (81 km / h). This is quite impressive, especially when you consider the fact that the M4 Competition, which was tested by km77 last year, can navigate the safety of the MOS test at a speed of only 47.22 mph (76 km / h) and still lost its rear tire traction and Control was difficult

BMW unveiled the Facelifted X3 in June last year. The carmaker has been able to give it a fresh new look and add to its aggression without going overboard. Modified kidney grille, sharp headlights and taillights and a number of internal upgrades, including a larger 10.25-inch infotainment screen as standard or a 12.3-inch display and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster as part. Live Cockpit Professional Package.

 

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