Disappointed there won't be an X3M, at least for a while. I think it'd be a good seller, and could offer better handling and performance than the X5M since it would be much lighter. BTW, if you don't like M SAVs, that's fine...just don't buy one. There are valid reasons for an X3M to exist for those of us who want the practicality of a smaller SUV and the performance and handling of a sports car. As much as I love my 2012 X3 35i M Sport, which is an awesome ride, I'd still take more power, even better handling and cooler looks. I'd get one if it is ever released.
2012 X3 35i | CB/Oyster | M Sport | Premium | Tech | CW I & II | DHP | Premium Audio | Apps
Past Bimmers: 2008 135i SGM, 2007 X3 3.0si SBM