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2021 BMW X3

Canadian MSRP
$52,550 - $66,250
2021 BMW X3

Key Specifications for 2021 BMW X3

Fuel Economy 8.2 - 11.3 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 248 - 382 hp
Drivetrain All-Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline, Plug-In Electric
Torque 258 - 365 ft-lb
Seats 5

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Going all-in on the crossover craze, BMW now offers seven such body styles to choose from ranging from the diminutive X1 to the grandiose X7. If that weren’t enough, each comes in all manner of packages and powertrains, including a couple of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models. The smallest is the 2021 BMW X3 xDrive30e that combines a four-cylinder gas engine with an electric motor and a 12-kWh battery pack under the back seat that BMW says is good for 55 km of pure electric driving.
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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2021-078
Recall date
2021-02-18
System affected
Visual System
Model year(s) affected
2020 2021
Manufacturer Recall Number:
66 80 21RC
Units Affected:
2,263
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the rearview camera image not to appear correctly in the central display. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the transmission is shifted into reverse gear. Safety Risk: A rearview camera image that does not display correctly could reduce a driver's ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to update the rearview camera software, if necessary.
Recall number
2020-464
Recall date
2020-09-30
System affected
Electrical
Model year(s) affected
2020 2021
Manufacturer Recall Number:
61 87 20RC / M61 86 20RC
Units Affected:
194
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Issue: On certain plug-In hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), debris may have entered the high-voltage battery during production. As a result, the battery could short circuit. Safety Risk: A short circuit in the battery could create a fire risk. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development. BMW recommends that you should not charge your vehicle and that you should not drive the vehicle in manual mode, sport mode or use the shift paddles until the recall repairs have been completed. BMW also recommends that you should drain the high-voltage battery via iDrive, by setting/leaving the charging state at 30%, until the recall repairs have been completed.
Recall number
2020-462
Recall date
2020-09-30
System affected
Visual System
Model year(s) affected
2021
Manufacturer Recall Number:
61 85 20RC
Units Affected:
12
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, a small part of the rearview camera image could be blocked. Canadian regulations require the full rearview image to display while the transmission is in reverse gear. Safety Risk: A rearview camera image that is not fully displayed could reduce a driver's ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: None of the affected vehicles have been sold to retail customers. BMW will instruct dealers to inspect, and if necessary, update the rearview camera software.
Recall number
2020-385
Recall date
2020-08-18
System affected
Powertrain
Model year(s) affected
2020 2021
Manufacturer Recall Number:
61 82 20RC & M61 83 20RC
Units Affected:
84
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Issue: On certain Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV), weld beads may not have been removed from the high voltage battery during assembly. As a result, during the initial charge to at least 80% of capacity, the weld beads could cause a short circuit between the battery cells. Safety Risk: A short circuit could create the risk of a fire. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to inspect the high voltage battery. The battery modules will be replaced, if necessary. Note: Only one of the affected vehicles was sold to a retail customer. Dealers will inspect and repair all other vehicles before they are sold.

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