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Wednesday, March 06, 2013

By Shilpa Chopra

BMW launches kit for X3 SUV

What if the government has taxed and made luxury cars in India costlier as car makers seem to make these cars more attractive and worth buying even after their hefty price. World over car makers offer their cars at competitive prices and recently BMW has doled out a new kit for the BMW X3 crossover. The new kit has many extra features that are unheard of in the segment till now. The X3 has a tough competition from Audi Q3 and this kit launch is seen as an attempt by BMW to counter Q3’s popularity. The kit is worth $8000. The most interesting thing is that that kit hasn’t resulted in the increase in the price of the car. The kit is made available by BMW Australia.

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The new kit has made the car more interesting and worth a buy. The new X3 kit has seats that come with individual seating memory function. There is also a satellite navigation package available. The 18 inch alloys give the X3 a distinct look while the full bluetooth connectivity gives the ease of telephone connectivity as well as synchronizing music and other files. The bi xenon headlamps, automatic outside rear view mirrors come with anti-glare so that the headlights from the vehicles at the rear do not disturb the vision of the driver. On the inside a new HUD display is also a worth addition as part of the kit.

It is believed that following the price rise in consonance with the budget provisions will also inspire the Indian arm of the car maker to replicate the kit in India as well. If that happens it will at least ease some pressure on the sales that is imminent. Also, the new kit will add an extra charm to the car making it more worth buying than the Audi Q3. It is believed that Audi might also announce a similar pack if BMW does so in India.

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