7. 2015 BMW X4
BMW struck gold with it realized that rear seat headroom and cargo space carry an inverse relationship to how much it can charge for a car. As space and practicality go down, the price rises.
Strange as that might sound, it works quite well with the X5 and its X6 sibling. Applying the same principal to the X3, BMW’s newest “sport activity vehicle” follows the same formula.
Mechanically speaking, it is very similar to the X3. That means power comes from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 240 hp for the base model or a turbocharged 3.0-ltier straight six that makes 300 hp.