2021 BMW iX3: Lease deals available now
The BMW iX3 electric SUV is now available to lease, with prices from less than £500 per month.
With a range of 286 miles, customer deliveries are set to commence from December. Here’s everything you need to know.
BMW iX3 exterior
The BMW iX3 has undergone an exterior refresh and introduced the M Sport Package as standard in the UK.
You’ll notice with most updated BMW’s, the kidney grille is now larger than before and has a single-piece frame which comes in Pearl-effect Chrome with a blue accent, in familiar BMW i style.
The slimmer headlight contours give the iX3 a sharper look and give the front end a distinct similaity to that of the iX and i4.
Opting opting for the M Sport Pro? You’ll have the choice of four exterior metallic body paint colours including: Carbon Black, Mineral White, Phytonic Blue and Sophisto Grey.
Black High Gloss exterior trim will be offered as standard alongside 19in Black aerodynamic wheels, automatic tailgate, adaptive suspension, heated steering wheel and panoramic sunroof completing the exterior look of the BMW iX3 M Sport.
BMW iX3 interior and tech
Inside, vernasca leather is available in a choice of four colours, Sensatec dashboard, sun protection glazing, ambient lighting and electric seats are offered as standard within the vehicle interior, enhancing comfort and style.
Additional standard features include M Sport Package, wireless phone charging, heated front seats and the brand’s very latest driver assistance technology, including Driving Assistant Professional, Parking Assistant and BMW Live Cockpit Professional.
The iX3 is equipped with the latest generation BMW Operating System 7, which allows for every line of software code in the car to be updated over the air in the future.
The standard-fit BMW Live Cockpit Professional offers a fully-digital screen grouping comprising a high-resolution 12.3in instrument cluster behind the steering wheel and a 12.3in Central Control Display.
BMW Live Cockpit Professional comes with optimised smartphone integration; in addition to Apple CarPlay, the new iX3 is also compatible with Android Auto.
Again, if you want to splash out and go for the M Sport Pro, additional standard features include BMW Head-up Display, Harman Kardon surround sound, Gesture Control, Parking Assistant Plus, darkened headlights, Automatic high beam assistant, Comfort access and Lumbar support.
BMW IconicSounds Electric, developed in collaboration with Hans Zimmer, completes the extensive offering.
BMW iX3 charging and range figures
BMW iX3 customers have access to one of the world’s largest public charging networks using one RFID card or App. customers can charge at more than 11,000 charging points from different operators across the UK, as well as 173,000 charge points across Europe. You are also able to charge your new iX3 at home with a personal Wallbox.
When charging using alternating current, it enables both single-phase and three-phase charging at up to 11 kW. Plugging the vehicle into a direct current rapid-charging station opens the door to charging outputs of up to 150 kW, meaning the high-voltage battery can be charged from 0 to 80 per cent of its full capacity in 34 minutes.
Drivers can inject the power required to add 62 miles to the car’s driving range (in the WLTP cycle) in just 10 minutes. The high efficiency of the drive systems allow the BMW iX3 to offer a range of up to 286 miles (WLTP test cycle).
BMW iX3 leasing plans, list prices and launch date
The iX3 is available to lease right now. You can find deals by clicking on the button below.
Deliveries are expected to start from December.