BMW iX3 for subscription

The BMW iX3 is an all-electric version of the popular X3 SUV. It’s got a great battery range and all the premium features you’d expect from BMW. We have a wide range of BMW X3 cars available on subscription.

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £18,725. Borrowing £16,725 with a £2,000 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.


Fixed rate of interest per annum
5.13%
48 monthly payments
£267.57
Total amount payable
£23,766.36
Cost of credit
£5,041.36
Optional final payment
£8,923
Annual mileage limit
10,000 miles
Excess mileage charge
4p/mile

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  1. Finance representative example (PCP)

    Total cash price £18,725. Borrowing £16,725 with a £2,000 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest per annum
    5.13%
    48 monthly payments
    £267.57
    Total amount payable
    £23,766.36
    Cost of credit
    £5,041.36
    Optional final payment
    £8,923
    Annual mileage limit
    10,000 miles
    Excess mileage charge
    4p/mile
  2. Read more about 2021 subscription BMW iX3 M Sport

    New car - subscription only

    BMW iX3

    M Sport

    • 29 miles
    • 2021 reg
    • Automatic
    • Electric
    from£959/month
    Subscribe
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  3. Read more about 2021 subscription BMW iX3 M Sport

    New car - subscription only

    BMW iX3

    M Sport

    • 28 miles
    • 2021 reg
    • Automatic
    • Electric
    from£959/month
    Subscribe
    View this car
  4. Read more about 2021 subscription BMW iX3 M Sport

    New car - subscription only

    BMW iX3

    M Sport

    • 28 miles
    • 2021 reg
    • Automatic
    • Electric
    from£959/month
    Subscribe
    View this car
  5. Read more about 2021 subscription BMW iX3 Premier Edition

    New car - subscription only

    BMW iX3

    Premier Edition

    • 31 miles
    • 2021 reg
    • Automatic
    • Electric
    from£979/month
    Subscribe
    View this car

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BMW iX3 buying guide

Why buy the BMW iX3?

If you’re after an all-electric mid-size, premium family SUV, the BMW iX3 should be on your shortlist. Rather than add an electric variant to its popular X3 SUV range, BMW has spun off the iX3 as a new model. But in reality, it keeps just about every feature that makes the X3 such a hit.

BMW iX3 range and updates

The iX3 comes in a choice of well equipped trim levels. There were two early models called the Premier Edition and Premier Edition Pro, which were loaded with features for the very first iX3 customers. However, they were released just before BMW gave the X3 – and therefore the iX3 – a cosmetic facelift. That means most used iX3s feature those tweaked looks in two new trims called M Sport or M Sport Pro. These feature a sportier exterior and extra supportive seats, but they’re for looks and comfort rather than indicating any extra performance.

The iX3 was launched in 2021, but it shares a lot of features with the X3 model introduced in 2017. You can tell an iX3 apart from the blue elements on the bodywork, which are meant to indicate the iX3’s electric power. BMW says the electric motor and battery will take you 285 miles on a single charge, and it’s got lots of oomph when you accelerate.

BMW iX3 tech and features

As well as having a cutting-edge electric motor, the iX3 is packed with loads of tech to keep you and your family informed, entertained and comfortable. All models get a panoramic glass sunroof and three-zone climate control, which means the kids can stay cool in the back while you stay toasty up front. Instead of traditional dials, there’s a screen behind the steering wheel, which you can configure to show the driving information you want. This works with the infotainment system, controllable using a big central touchscreen or with a dial and buttons between the front seats. We think it’s one of the best systems on the market in terms of features and being easy to use. The system connects to a smartphone app, which tells you essential information like how much charge is left in your battery, whether your car doors are locked and where to find the nearest public chargers. You can also program your phone to act as a key to lock and unlock the car, or even share that ability with up to five other people so they can use your car too.

BMW iX3 running costs and value

Driving an electric car is likely to mean a big reduction in your day-to-day costs, because electricity is far less expensive than petrol or diesel. Charging your iX3 can be done at home using a wallbox, or at a public charger. At-home will cost you less, especially if you use electricity tariffs that give you lower-priced energy overnight. But because the iX3 is compatible with public rapid chargers, you can also give it a quick top-up when needed; just 10 minutes of charging can add 55 miles of range. Maintenance costs could also be lower than with a petrol or diesel car, because electric motors don’t have as many moving parts to service. The iX3 is exempt from Vehicle Excise Duty (car tax) and low-emission-zone charges too.

BMW iX3 vs rivals

If you’re looking at the iX3 you’ll also want to check out premium electric SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz EQC, Audi Q4 e-tron and the Jaguar I-Pace. You can also add cars like the slightly smaller Volvo XC40 and the less-premium but visually striking Hyundai Ioniq 5. The BMW and the Jaguar are the most fun to drive, with an agility that most SUVs can’t match. The Audi and Mercedes are more comfort-focused, as is the Volvo, although it has a surprisingly powerful electric motor. The Ioniq 5 will probably turn more heads as you drive past, and it’s very nice inside, with lots of space and the potential to charge faster than the competition. More small electric SUVs are being released all the time, so this list of rivals will keep growing.

Common questions about the BMW iX3