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AC Schnitzer BMW X3

Bimmer's X3 may be one of the best-looking small SUVs around, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement. At least the group at AC Schnitzer thought so. The AC Schnitzer BMW X3 ($TBA) brings together a number of upgrades, including a boost from 184 to 218 hp in the xDrive20d model, a custom aero kit that includes a new front spoiler, rear roof spoiler, and protective films, a stainless steel sports exhaust, a new suspension spring kit, forged racing rims, and new aluminum accents for the interior.

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    It's not all-new, but it does look new, and that's enough to make the 2012 Infiniti FX ($43,450 and up) an upgrade worth looking at. Beyond its redesigned front end, the high-end crossover also sports a new 20-inch wheel design and an update instrument cluster, while keeping the same 390hp V8 and 303hp V6 power plants, seven-speed automatic transmission, and optional Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, Bose Premium Audio system, Intelligent Cruise Control, and advanced safety features as before.

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