Long-Term Update: 2005 BMW X3 2.5i
It's the little things that make you smile.
The X3's moonroof is large enough for front and rear-seat passengers to enjoy, but the opposite is true in terms of interior storage space. The only decent-size thingy bin is the deep cupholder in the center console. What's the point of having a lifestyle vehicle when you can't carry your life around with you? Still, the dealer's looking after us. We ordered our X3 with the Sirius Satellite Radio, but the parts weren't available when it was built. While in the dealer's shop to have the Sirius stuff fitted, our worn-from-day-one wiper blades were replaced. It's the little things that make you smile.