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Ever since the Benz Patent-Motorwagen and its internal combustion engine went into production in 1885, we've had every conceivable type of car, including roadsters and saloons, that paved the way for coupes and sedans.For example, in the SUV segment you have the compact option, a midsize alternative, a full-size SUV, and, for those with greater hauling needs, seven-seater behemoths.The X4, which deliberately hones down rear of a more traditional SUV to produce a far more stylish profile, primarily targets buyers who might otherwise opt for a Porsche Macan or a Range Rover Evoque. And already the BMW offering outstrips both those rivals, costing considerably less than the Porsche and, in xDrive35i guise, its 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbocharged mill, good for 300 ponies, producing performance superior to the Land Rover. Its X3 roots are most apparent in the front, which features the same headlamps, kidney grille, the hood and even the bumper.It's so well-tuned that it feels as if the car is navigating itself, even in the tightest confines.
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