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|Performance - great handling, great interior comfort||Controls & location of navigation adjustments: distracting|
|Drive is exceptionally smooth, good road handling||Front center console provides limited storage|
|The car is so quiet; best ride||Starting from a stop - the car hesitates|
|Ease of handling - since i use a spinns this is very important to me.||Remote lock & unlock could be more responsive. it must be pressed perfectly|
|All wheel drive - excellent during snow!||Sound system - still sounds flat, but much improved from previous model|
|Navigation system - nice & easy to use||Run flats would not be my choice; waiting to see mileage life.|
|Heated steering wheel - all cars should have this!||Does not ride like a car|
|Smooth ride, very quiet, but quick when you need it||Throttle response - gas pedal feels disconnected|
|Performance, particularly inline 6 cylinder engine & 50/ 50 front - back weight ratio||Fuel economy - i want a diesel version of this x3|
|Safety - control, handling, air bags||More fuel efficient 4 cylinder engine could have been available|
The 2004 X3 is a 4-door, 5-passenger luxury sport-utility, available in two trims, the 2.5i Sports Activity Vehicle and the 3.0i Sports Activity Vehicle. The 2004 X3's closest competitor is the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Upon introduction, the 2.5i Sports Activity Vehicle is equipped with a standard 2.5-liter, I6, 184-horsepower engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 24-mpg on the highway. The 3.0i Sports Activity Vehicle is equipped with a standard 3.0-liter, I6, 225-horsepower engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. A 6-speed manual transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims, and a 5-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is optional.
The 2004 X3 is all-new for 2004.
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