Repairer Driven News: 2018 BMW X3 Undergoes Changes

BMW’s latest generation of the X3 has undergone some major changes, including a 121 pound drop in weight. Repairer Driven News (RDN) posted an article highlighting many of the changes to the new model. Let’s take a look at some of these changes.

This latest generation BMW has shaved some weight by utilizing aluminum for the front lower rails, strut towers, and a floor crossmember. Ultra-high strength steel is also utilized for much of the uniside reinforcements.

The X3 is loaded with technology including a system that detects low-speed collisions, and can even put the driver in contact with a BMW service partner. Also available on the X3 is every Advanced Driver Assistance System that BMW offers.

Visit Repairer Driven News to view the full BMW Offers Details On Exterior, Body Of 2018 X3; Car Is 121 Pounds Lighter Than 2017 Model article.

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