- 2024 BMW iX3 EV priced from $89,100 with more space, technology and driving range than predecessor
- Up to 461km range
- Rivals compact EV SUVs such as Volvo XC40 Recharge, Tesla Model Y and Mercedes-Benz EQC
The 2024 BMW iX3's starting price of $89,100 is good value compared to its petrol sibling the X3.
The BMW iX3 is now available in Australia, priced from $89,100 before on-road costs, the iX3 provides 461km of claimed WLTP driving range.
Built on the same platform as the popular petrol powered X3, its also available in a hybrid (HEV) drivetrain, though Australians won’t be offered a plug-in-hybrid (PHEV) option as per its short-lived predecessor. The iX3 costs only $8,400 more than the turbo-petrol X3 ($84,700 before on-road costs) but comes with more features.
|Price (before on-road costs)
|M Sport Pro
The entry level iX3 will be eligible for the fringe benefits tax (FBT) exemption due to just being under the LCT threshold of $89,332 for 2023/24. This means it will be significantly cheaper to finance via a novated lease compared to its petrol sibling the BMW X3.
BMW iX3 Specs: Range, Charging and Size
The 2024 BMW iX3 is offered in two variants: the M Sport and the M Sport Pro. Both variants are equipped with a 74.0 kWh (usable) battery pack and both variants have a single rear-mounted 210 kW electric motor.
M Sport and M Sport Pro
The BMW iX3 M Sportand M Sport Pro both feature a single rear motor producing 210 kW and 400 Nm of Torque capable of sprinting to the 100 km/hr mark in 6.8 seconds. It houses a 74.0 kWh battery resulting in a claimed WLTP driving range of 461km.
The M Sport Pro has improved exterior, interior and driver technology features over the base model M Sport.
BMW iX3 Price, Models and Features
The BMW iX3 Australian line-up is made up of two model grades – the BMW iX3 M Sport and M Sport Pro.
- Both models are equipped with a74.0 kWh (usable) battery pack and a single (RWD) 210kW electric motor;
BMW iX3 M Sport price: $89,100 before on-road costs
The BMW iX3 M Sport electric compact luxury SUV is available for the Australian market starting from $89,100 before on-road costs. Key features include a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment screen, 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a slew of technology and safety features.
KONA Electric Standard Range features:
|74.0 kWh usable Lithium-ion battery
|210 kW Electric Motor (RWD)
|19-inch alloy wheels
|Adaptive LED headlights
|Leather-wrapped steering wheel
|Heated front seats
|Power-adjustable front seats
|Vernasca leather upholstery
|Panoramic glass sunroof
|Six-speaker sound system
|Tri-zone climate control
|12.3-inch infotainment system
|12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
|Keyless entry and start
|Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
|Wireless phone charger
|Adaptive cruise control
|Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection
|Reversing camera with front and rear parking sensors
|Traffic sign recognition
|Front and rear cross-traffic assist
|Tyre pressure monitoring
BMW iX3 M Sport Pro price: $104,900 before on-road costs
The higher-end variant of the BMW iX3 adds on the 'base' model by offering additional exterior, interior and driver technology features. Some key features only available in the M Sport Pro model are: 16-speaker 464W Harman/Kardon sound system and 20-inch alloy wheels.
iX3 M Sport Pro adds:
|20-inch alloy wheels
|Extended Shadow Line exterior treatment, incl. Shadow Line lights
|High-gloss black mirror caps
|16-speaker 464W Harman/Kardon sound system
|Sun protection glazing
|Semi-automatic parking assist
|5-year Chargefox subscription
BMW iX3 Paint Options
Standard metallic paint – no cost:
- Cashmere Grey
- M Carbon Black
- Mineral White
- Phytonic Blue
- Piemont Red
- Sophisto Grey Brilliant Effect
BMW iX3 Warranty and Servicing
Both variants of the BMW iX3 are backed by a five-year, unlimited kilometre vehicle warranty and an industry-standard eight-year/160,000km battery warranty.
How does the BMW iX3 compare to other EVs?
BMW iX3 M Sport spec comparison
The BMW iX3 has the most expensive price among its close competitors, but it makes up for it with its superior 461km driving range thanks to its class-leading 74.0 kWh (usable) battery. Performance wise the BMW iX3 bests the Volvo XC40 Recharge Plus and Tesla Model Y RWD in acceleration, being able to reach 0-100 km/h in just 6.8s.
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