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2010 BMW X3 RECALLS

2010 BMW X3

X3 (F25) generation is a 5 doors suv produced by BMW from 2010 to 2014 with petrol and diesel engines with maxspeed 152 mph. Capacity is 5 passengers including driver and total weight is 5214 lbs with 1235 lbs maxload.


Model Trims

  • X3 2.5si (218 Hp)
  • X3 3.0d (218 Hp)
  • X3 3.0si (272 Hp)
  • X3 18d (143 Hp) xDrive
  • X3 2.0d (177 Hp)
  • X3 20i (150 Hp) xDrive
  • X3 25i (218 Hp) xDrive
  • X3 25i (218 Hp) xDrive Automatic
  • X3 2.0d (177 Hp) Automatic
  • X3 30d (218 Hp) xDrive
  • X3 30d (218 Hp) xDrive Automatic
  • X3 30i (272 Hp) xDrive
  • X3 30i (272 Hp) xDrive Automatic
  • X3 35d (286 Hp) xDrive Automatic
  • X3 2.0i (150 Hp)
  • X3 2.5si (218 Hp) Automatic
  • X3 3.0d (218 Hp) Automatic
  • X3 3.0sd (286 Hp) Automatic
  • X3 3.0si (272 Hp) Automatic
  • X3 20d (184 Hp) xDrive
  • X3 20d (184 Hp) xDrive Steptronic
  • X3 28i (258 Hp) xDrive Steptronic
  • X3 35i (306 Hp) xDrive Steptronic

Features & Specs

1

5
seats

2

16-39 mpg city
29-47 mpg hwy

3

AWD
drivetrain

4

143-306
horsepower

Reported Problems

4 Total Safety Recalls Found

AIR BAGS:FRONTAL:DRIVER SIDE:INFLATOR MODULE

  • Total cars affected: 59965

  • NHTSA campaign: 20V017000

  • Date of the problem: 15/01/2020

An inflator explosion may result in sharp metal fragments striking the driver or other occupants resulting in serious injury or death.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:EMISSION CONTROL:CRANKCASE (PCV)

  • Total cars affected: 740561

  • NHTSA campaign: 17V683000

  • Date of the problem: 30/10/2017

An electrical short can cause the parts within the PCV valve to melt, increasing the risk of a fire, even when the vehicle is not in use.

AIR BAGS:SENSOR:OCCUPANT CLASSIFICATION

  • Total cars affected: 85302

  • NHTSA campaign: 17V605000

  • Date of the problem: 28/09/2017

Should the system fail, in the event of a crash, the front passenger air bag would be deactivated, increasing the risk of personal injury.

EU rapid alert system

  • Risk level: 1

  • Rapex alert: A12/0799/16

  • Date of the problem: 01/07/2016

The four ISOFIX child-seat attachment brackets on the rear seats are insufficiently strong and could break when under stress from dynamic turning movements. This could increase the risk of injury in the event of an accident. The product does not comply with the UNECE Regulation No. 14.

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