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The iX3 was the second EV that BMW introduced, though their catalogue has since expanded to include other models. Whilst the i3 was designed to stand out and look very different to BMW’s petrol and diesel vehicles, the iX3 follows their more traditional designs. There are only a few external features that mark it as an EV, such as the solid plastic grille and blue highlights.
The iX3 has plenty of room for all of your passengers and luggage with as much space as the regular X3 due to the clever location of the battery under the floor rather than taking up boot space as many EVs do. It's got a boot capacity of 510 litres with all the seats in use and 1560 litres when you put the rear seats down. This is more space than on offer in the Mercedes EQC. On the inside, it’s very similar in appearance and features to the X3 which drivers will love as the X3 offers one of the most comfortable interiors in its class.
The German manufacturer is known for producing vehicles finished to a premium standard that are functional in everyday life and that’s exactly what the iX3 does with an electric spin.
Mercedes currently offer the iX3 in two trim levels, the M Sport and the M Sport Pro. There are a few differences between the two levels, with the M Sport Pro having sun-protecting glass, head-up display and better parking sensors which gives drivers a more inclusive surround view when reversing with 3D representation.
The iX3 is a large SUV at 4,734mm long, 1,891mm wide, and a height of 1,668mm height, so there's plenty of room for everyone to fit comfortably making it a great choice for families with older children or teenagers.
The sleek BMW styling and large size also make it a great choice for executive drivers, and because its an EV you'll be paying the lowest BIK rates possible.
Browse our full range of BMW iX3 lease offers above. If you need to filter these then we have two search tools that let you narrow the results based on the vehicle or the contract, one at the very top of the page and the other to the left of the deals.
You’ll see two pricing options, one for business and one for personal leases and this is because businesses are able to claim back VAT so that has been removed from the price shown. If you have any questions about the best type of lease for you or want to learn more about claiming back the business VAT then give us a call on 0330 221 0000.
We know that you might want to compare the iX3 with its rivals, so we recommend taking a look at our leasing deals on the Audi e-tron and the Ford Mustang Mach-e. These two models are the iX3's closest rivals and if you take a look at the prices and information available on them as well as the iX3 it should help you make a decision in whether the iX3 is right for you.
We think it’s much better to lease, especially when you’re considering a premium electric vehicle for your next car. The BMW iX3 is the type of car that will experience rapid value depreciation as soon as it is purchased and this depreciation will continue until the vehicle is sold. Leasing allows you to avoid the stress of having a depreciating asset in your name and save you money.
The iX3 is great value for money, especially when you compare it with its direct competitors.
Additionally, as a car the iX3 offers a classy interior, an exciting and nimble drive, adaptive chassis control and a large range for an EV of its size and style.
Yes, the iX3 is a fully electric SUV. There are currently two varients available the M Sport and the M Sport Pro.
You can charge the iX3 from 20% to 80% in as little as 20 minutes on a 150kW charger, or in just an hour on a 50kW charger. Most home chargers will offer slower speeds at about 7kW and to go from empty to full it will take 12 hours.
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