2022 BMW X3 and X4 get appearance upgraders and mild-hybrid power

The price for the new X3 starts from $44,695 for a base sDrive30i model to $58,795 for the M40i including a #995 destination charge. For X4 the price ranges from $52,795 to $63,395 for an M40i trim.


BMW has made a few changes to the X3 and X4 for 2022. On Tuesday, BMW revealed the upgrades that include horsepower and torque increase, tech changes and more aggressive appearance.

The kidney grilles of the X3 2022 model are redesigned to be bigger than before. The designers have retouched the bumpers and exhaust, and have tweaked the lighting elements in the front and rear. The LED accents in the headlights are made a little slimmer and the taillights now form a pincer claw element on X3.

The X4 2022 model grille has a unique mesh kidney grille with satin aluminum accents. The headlights are made thinner and more angular.

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The performance-oriented X3 and X4 models embrace the M life with M kidney grilles and a helping dollop of glossy black elements. The 2.0-liter turbo-four engine is unchanged from last year. It makes 248 horsepower cranking out a whooping 248 pound-feet of torque.

The x-Drive all-wheel-drive system of BMW is standard as in an eight-speed automatic. Stepping up to M40i trims, you get an electrified, turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine. It makes 382 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. The system pulls power from a separate batter to deploy.

The price for the new X3 starts from $44,695 for a base sDrive30i model to $58,795 for the M40i including a #995 destination charge. For X4 the price ranges from $52,795 to $63,395 for an M40i trim. The production will start in August 2021.

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