Checked out the X3 the other day.

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  1. curiousgeorgeM3

    curiousgeorgeM3 naughty little monkey

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    All I can say is what a waste of sheet metal, err....I mean plastic. Thing looks fugly and cheap, and I actually liked the pre-launch photos. But in person it just looks wrong. If I were to buy a car in that class I'd rather have an Xterra. I was gonna test drive it but decided against it once I saw and sat in it.
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    I sat in one and I share the same feelings. The door pockets are mesh for christs sake. :ugh:. So maybe it itsn't too different from an Xterra!
     
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    Nope. You quirky gay panda, you.






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    someguy WWMD?

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    X3 is a piece of crap.

    It makes even less sense than the X5...
     
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    If I was shopping for an SUV, it wouldn't be at a BMW center.
     
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    curiousgeorgeM3 naughty little monkey

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    Well that's good since they don't sell SUVs, they sell SAVs :rofl:
     

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