The Incredible BMW X3 Hybrid MPG
Do you wish you could make fewer trips to Tenafly gas stations? That’s why so many drivers are opting to make the BMW X3 xDrive30e their next vehicle. The EPA-estimated BMW X3 hybrid mpg equivalent is an amazing 60 miles per gallon*, combining the electric hybrid motor with the gas engine. Would you like to know more about this impressive vehicle? Let’s take a closer look at the 2021 BMW X3 xDrive30e.
2021 BMW X3 Hybrid MPG and Other Specs
BMW X3 xDrive30e offers an incredibly fuel-efficient Fort Lee daily commute. Like we said, this automobile can deliver an equivalent of 60 miles per gallon when the hybrid motor is engaged*. Gas-only performance is a respectable 24 miles per gallon, combined city, and highway*. But the BMW X3 hybrid mpg isn’t the only impressive performance metric about this car. Here are some other important performance specs:
2021 BMW X3 Hybrid MPG and Other Specs
- BMW X3 Hybrid MPGe – 60 miles per gallon city/highway combined (equivalent)*
- BMW X3 Hybrid MPG Only Gas Engine Engaged – 24 miles per gallon city/highway combined*
- Horsepower – 288 hp
- 0-60 MPH – 5.9 seconds**
- Electric-Only Range – 17 miles***
Offers and Incentives for Going Electric
The BMW X3 Hybrid mpg isn’t the only way you can save money with this SAV. Did you know the federal and New Jersey governments often offer rebates and tax incentives for buying a hybrid or electric vehicle? Check the government websites for details. But here’s a partial list of potential government incentives:
Government Incentives for Buying Hybrid Vehicles
- U.S. Federal government – federal tax credit potential of up to $5,836
- New Jersey state government – Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate Program
- New Jersey state government – Plug-In Electric Vehicle Toll Discount Program
Three Charging Options
There are three ways to charge your vehicle. Here’s a list:
- Occasional Use Cable – plugs into any outlet in your Cresskill home.
- BMW Wallbox – available for purchase and can be installed in your home. This will allow for charging three times faster than the occasional use cable.
- Public Level 2 Chargers – fastest way to plug with 35,000 chargers nationwide, which can all be found in your BMW charging app.
Check Out the BMW X3 Hybrid at BMW of Tenafly
We make it easy for you to get behind the wheel of your next vehicle. You can even apply for financing online. Looking for something a little more spacious while retaining impressive fuel efficiency? Explore the 2022 BMW X5 plug-in hybrid mpg and performance today with our team. Our dealership is just a short drive away from Closter, but you can also browse our entire inventory from the comfort of your own home! So, contact us today!
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*Estimates only. Actual mileage may vary.
**BMW AG preliminary test results. Actual acceleration results may vary, depending on specification of vehicle; road and environmental conditions; testing procedures and driving style. These results should be used for comparison only and verification should not be attempted on public roads. BMW urges you to obey all posted speed laws and always wear safety belts.
***This range is based on 2020 estimates by the EPA and U.S. Department of Energy. Actual range will vary depending on driving style, traffic conditions, and outside temperatures.