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Are you allowed to carry a rifle in the trunk in Alaska?
Rule no 1 on the road is to drive a very powerful but easy to maneuver car…so you can get away and disappear.
What could the Dennis Weaver have done when he recognized the truck stopped at the diner, and circled it but could not see the driver? What else could he have done to handle the situation in general?
The X3 xDrive35i gets a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 that produces 300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque. It gets the same transmission and driveline as the 28i. In Edmunds performance testing, the 35i hit 60 mph in 5.6 seconds, which makes it by far the quickest vehicle in this segment. Its fuel economy stands at 19/26/21, which is actually better than less-powerful rivals.
Every 2013 BMW X3 comes standard with antilock disc brakes, automatic brake drying (useful in rainy weather), front-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, active front-seat head restraints, stability control and hill descent control.
The X3 could easily get by with this excellent new engine alone, but it'll be hard to say no to the xDrive35i and its turbocharged six-cylinder. Not only does it provide quicker acceleration than any other small luxury crossover, it returns decent fuel economy to boot.
Regardless of engine, the 2013 BMW X3 handles with the adeptness you expect from this German brand. The chassis feels light and the speed-sensitive steering gives the X3 a nimble quality that makes you really feel reasonably connected to the car.
Every X3 now comes with four different driving modes, which alter the responses of the steering, throttle, transmission and, as part of the M Sport package, suspension firmness. While this in theory allows the X3 to be sportier for some and more comfortable for others, none of these manage to achieve that just-right feel of older BMW models.
Jason Rees wrote:Never shot a .300 before. .30-30, 30-06, but never a .300, .308 or .338...
That said, my favorite gun store has that M1-A Socom .308 you mentioned. Not cheap, but do-able down the road.
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