BMW F3 gets the green light
AutoWeek's rendering of the F3 bares some resemblance to the slow-selling Mercedes R-Class, except where the R-Class has to mix it up with large SUVs and full-size station wagons in the $50,000 - $75,000 range, the F3 will fight with small crossover owners armed with BMW's cachet and a much lower price-point. The rendered images of the F3 show a stout people mover with a long wheelbase that pushes each wheel to the far corners of the vehicle. Since the F3 is just now getting the green light for production, we can't imagine a scenario where this small, RWD crossover hits dealerships before the end of the decade.
If you want a relatively inexpensive BMW that handles like a BMW while being able to haul people and stuff, this may be your dream ride because the X3 certainly doesn't fit that bill. If you're already sick of crossovers, then you're going to be in for a long ride.
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