New BMW iX3 electric SUV gets update to bring it in line with refreshed X3

BMW has released images, details and pricing for the updated iX3 electric SUV, set to go on sale in the UK before the start of 2022 from £59,730.

Best used SUVs with a panoramic roof

As with royal weddings or Hugh Grant, Brits have fallen head over heels in love with the SUV.
Martina Cole, crime writer, talks cars with journalist Emma Smith for Sunday Times Driving Me and My Motor.

Me and My Motor: crime writer Martina Cole

When you’re a successful author, with a busy life and a number of cars, it can be hard to remember which model you drove to the shops...
Buying Guide: the best affordable family SUVs for £8,000

Buying Guide: the best family SUVs for £8,000

If any car was going to win a popularity contest, it's the sport utility vehicle, or SUV. For more than two decades, the so-called soft-roader
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Mercedes GLC set to join Audi Q5, BMW X3, Land Rover...

The great British school run is about to get more crowded with SUVs, after Mercedes revealed its new rival to the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Volvo XC60...
BMW X4 xDrive20d

Turning the vulgarity down to 11

Giles Smith's first drive review: BMW X4 xDrive20d SE
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Beijing show: Lexus provokes cosy SUV market with new...

THE COMPACT SUV war just got fiercer with the unveiling of this, the Lexus NX, a more aggressive-looking rival
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BMW X3 E83 review (2004-2010)

After the massive success of its X5 SUV it was inevitable that BMW would try to repeat the trick with a smaller spin-off. Sure enough, in March 2004...
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BMW X3 F25 review (2011-on)

Although BMW would never characterise it as such, in size and positioning the current X3 (codenamed F25) is a modern version of the much-loved, original...
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Top 10 4x4s and SUVs

On our little island there is a singular lack of deserts, mountain passes and tracts of rough terrain that go on for ever, and few Britons will need...