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Hi all, I seldom post a lot and am currently looking to change my ride. I'd like to seek opinions from bros and automotive aficionados here on the above mentioned 3 models of SUV. I know all 3 are rather different in terms of branding or engine power or even comfort levels, but due to my limited knowledge on the available SUVs in this price range 300k+/-, these are the 3 that I can think of. I'm torn between these 3 for my next purchase and would like to find out more the pros and cons of the above 3. Am currently driving an Audi so thinking of changing to something fresh too. Would like to seek some opinions and reviews from bros here especially those who own the above 3 makes to share a little more into it. And also to find out which would be a better buy. Thanks in advance, and looking forward to your reviews and advise, cheers!
Very GLCish... @Vratenza & @adrianli, the GLC Coupe or this look better? Honest opinion needed.
GLC Coupe contender is here
BMW has finally released details of the X4. But while pictures of it have surfaced, those who wish to get up close and personal will have to wait till end of next month, when the car will make its public debut at the New York Auto Show. It is not hard to see why BMW terms it 'Sports Activity Coupe' or SAC. The X4, in essence, is a slantback X3. The X4 also shares its technical blueprint with its 'smaller' brother. Dimensionally, the X4 will be 14mm longer and sits 37mm closer to the ground than the X3. BMW claims that the X4 will also have a more sporty suspension. All variants will come standard with xDrive - the marque's intelligent all-wheel drive system. Powertrain wise, the X4 will receive a host of engine options - up to three petrol and three diesel variants. The top-of-line xDrive35i will have a 3.0-litre in-line six engine capable of 300bhp and 400Nm of torque. The X4 will also boasts decent utility - with a 500 litres boot that can be further expandable to 1,400 litres.