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Bmw X1 Reviews

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2015 BMW X1 Photo
The X1 resides somewhere between hot hatchbacks and curt crossovers. At first glance you might think of a 3-Series wagon, mashed a little shorter and lifted a few inches in height. It has BMW's "Sport-Activity Vehicle" profile down pat, yet it's not all that convincing that this isn't a car; there's little in the way of design cues to suggest a pavement-free adventure could happen at any moment. The controls are right where existing BMW drivers expect them; but Any 3-Series driver will take command at the X1's wheel in an instant: the controls are just where BMW drivers expect them. For the rest of us, the very anatomical look is good, but the smattering of dissimilar controls isn't.
2015 BMW X1
The 2015 BMW X1 is respectable for safety, but its roster of safety options is nowhere near as impressive as that of BMW's larger vehicles. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has given the X1 top 'good' tests for frontal, side, and rear impact, as well as a 'good' score for roof strength—albeit with a potentially worrisome 'marginal' score in the new, more rigorous small overlap frontal test. A rearview camera is also missing from the standard-features list.
2015 BMW X1 AWD 4-Door XDrive35i
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All versions of the new X1 have BMW’s Driving Experience Control as standard. To you and me that means three driving modes, Comfort, Sport and Eco-Pro, which change the responsiveness of the throttle, gearbox and steering – disconcertingly so in the case of the steering, which becomes so light in Comfort that you could almost  be ice skating. In Sport mode the engine is automatically given a blip of revs when you change down a gear to ease the shift. So departs another driving-skills nicety, taken over by the electronics.
Classy Cabin: 2015 BMW X1 Review By The Sunday Times Driving
When the original X1 was launched, in 2009, BMW had an ugly duckling on its hands. A mishmash of hatchback and SUV, the car looked so gawky that mums at the school gate could be heard whispering behind its back about its “unfortunate” appearance.
Back Seat Space Improved: 2015 BMW X1 Review By The Sunday Times Driving
An extra 3in of legroom and 2in of headroom make travelling in the back a more relaxing business, and the boot takes 25% more family clobber. From one of the cosiest cars in the class, the X1 has become, BMW says, the roomiest.
Boot Space: 2015 BMW X1 Review By The Sunday Times Driving
The cheapest X1 is front-wheel-drive only, a departure for BMW, and it is less grippy as you power through bends, but it rides well in both Comfort and Sport modes. The four-wheel-drive X1s are more obviously BMW-like in their handling, and a steep and dusty off-road course revealed surprising all-terrain ability.
Good To Drive: 2015 BMW X1 Review By The Sunday Times Driving
So it’s little surprise that when BMW’s designers and engineers were handed a brief to create the second-generation X1, top of the to-do list was “Lose the ugly looks”.
2009 (59) - BMW X1 XDrive 23d SE 5dr Step Auto
Trim levels are now SE, Sport, xLine and M Sport, all with turbocharged 2-litre engines. The petrol engine delivers 189bhp in the X1 20i; the diesels manage 148bhp (in the 18d), 188bhp (20d — expected to be the bestselling version) and 228bhp (25d).
2015 (15) - BMW X1 SDrive 20d Sport 5dr
Inside, the X1 is a lot roomier and captures that solid-but-stylish quality expected of a BMW. Contrast this with the decidedly bargain-basement feel of the last version.
2015 BMW X1 XDrive 25i Review
The $49,500 kick-off is $3200 higher, but BMW claims $8000 worth of extras in the cheapest X1, and $12K of extra kit in our xDrive 25i test car that remains at the same $59,990 as the model that it replaces.
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A front-drive BMW X1 is a big step ahead in terms of packaging. It's a shame the way it rides doesn't live up to the same standards.
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THE WHEELS VERDICT The X1 is a marked improvement in terms of packaging, drivetrain refinement and value for money. BMW has taken advantage of the front-drive architecture to increase the X1’s desirability, practicality and value, but it suffers from run-flats and a ride that simply cannot cope with bumpy Aussie roads.
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SPECS Model: 2015 BMW X1 xDrive 25i Engine: 1998cc 4cyl, dohc, 16v, turbo Max power: 170kW @ 5000rpm Max torque: 350Nm @ 1250-4500rpm Transmission: 8-speed automatic Weight: 1540kg 0-100km/h: 6.5sec (claimed) Fuel   economy: 6.6L/100km (EU) Price: $59,990 On sale: Now
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Cabin quality is also noticeably improved as part of a sharp interior that conforms to other familiar X-badged cars, with a dash of much-needed flair in the form of a wraparound centre console. Fit and finish is excellent, arguably as the X1 is the only X-car made in Leipzig, Germany, not North America.
BMW X1
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BMW X1 SDrive18d Corporate Lease Edition
De X1 is een compacte crossover van BMW. De X1 werd geintroduceerd in 2008, en moet het opnemen tegen o.a. de Audi Q3, Volkswagen Tiguan en Ford Kuga. De BMW X1 staat op het platform van de 3-serie. Het motorenprogramma bestaat uit een riant aanbod van viercilinder benzine- en dieselmotoren met vermogen uiteenlopend van 143 pk tot 245 pk. In het najaar van 2012 ondergaat de X1 een kleine facelift.
BMW X1 SDrive18d Corporate Lease Edition
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2016 BMW X1 Front
comes with an evolutionary external design with styling elements shared with the BMW X5 and the BMW X3. The front part of the 2016 BMW X1 is equipped with a bit larger double-kidney grille and smoother, longer headlights. In the lower part, it gets larger mist lamps and air intakes, making it emerge not only superior to its predecessor, but to have a more aggressive look, as well. The new X1 comes with body of 175.4” (L) x 71.7” x 81.1” (H), with the 105.1-inch wheelbase. In general, the exterior styling of the 2016 BMW X1 sounds as if it is no longer the unappealing duckling of the crossover array of BMW.
2016 BMW X1 Rear
The cabin of 2016 BMW gets some minor tweaks to make it more attractive than its predecessor. Though it comes with the same styling as that of the outgoing model, it comes with some high-tech features according to the modern day’s needs. The cabin is more spacious than the outgoing X1, with an improved cargo space, as well. The middle stack is fixed close to the infotainment screen, allowing for improved storage space in the middle console.  The height of the front seats in the cabin is increased by an inch, whereas the back seats were raised by 2.5 inches. The cargo space can be increased by 15 % by folding the rear seats. The cabin is prepared with a cleaner design dashboard, which is divided into two parts by a vertical aluminum trim to offer it a classic look.
2016 BMW X1 Interior
Though BMW has not yet confirmed the release date of its 2016 X1, it is expected that buyers can buy their preferred 2016 BMW X1 by paying the starting price of $33,000 during the last quarter of 2015.
BMW X1
VERY rarely does the follow-up beat the original. Like a movie sequel or that difficult second album. For proof, see the bargain bin at a service stop. But has BMW nailed the second X1? Has it got the X Factor? Let's find out.
2012 - BMW X1 2.0TD XDrive18d SE 5-Door
The entry X1 sDrive is a 2-litre diesel, front-wheel drive, and the official stats quote 68.9mpg, £20 road tax (109g/ km CO2), 0-62mph in 9.2 and 127mph top speed.
2010 (10) - BMW X1 XDrive 18d SE 5dr
Classy rivals include the Q3, Mercedes GLA and Range Rover Evoque. The Q3 starts at £25,380 - £1,400 cheaper than the X1, but it has less standard kit.
2012 (12) - BMW X1 XDrive 18d M Sport Turbo Diesel 4x4 5 DOOR
IT'S a Beemer and THAT badge always guarantees a spot in your final five. I'm not sure about those X1 puddle lamps, though.
2015 (65) - BMW X1 2.0TD XDrive18d XLine Auto 5-Door
The 40:20:40 rear seats fold flat at the press of a button to take 1.5-metre loads. Or 2.1 metres with a folding front passenger seat. No more dramas at Ikea, then.
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The interior design is expected to be different from the previous version in a noticeable margin. Even though the cabin is more or less the same as the previous version, the new BMW X1 has a couple of new features to show off. It would only be fair if we acknowledge the fact that the cabin of the new version is more spacious than the previous version with more luggage room too. Both the front and back seats have been slightly raised by one and 2.5 inches respectively.
2016 BMW X1
Under the hood of the 2016 BMW X1, you might come across different types of engines since the car comes with various engine options. The BMW X1 base option was designed to host the 2.0-liter twin turbo engine with 4 cylinders and an output of ~300 HP @ ~5000 rpm. There are other options like the 1.5-liter 3-cylinder engine with an output of 136 horsepower and 220 pounds of torque. These engines are mostly three of four-cylinder with direct injection. Transmission can either be 6-speed manual or the 8-speed automatic even though the drive is AWD in both cases.
2016 BMW X1 Rear
The new 2016 BMW X1 external dimensions are: 175.4 x 71.7 x 81.1 inches long, width and height respectively and with a wheelbase of 105”. The general exterior outlook gives this car a more robust and serious look. Also the sports-line and rounded edges contribute to better aerodynamics. Plus the body has five doors and rear roof spoiler while the exterior is coated using the metallic Sparkling Brown coat.
2016 BMW X1 Interior
2016 BMW X1 Release Date in USA, Changes, Specs, Price, Review, Interior Images, Colors
2016 BMW X1 Release Date
The new 2016 BMW X1 is set for release to buyers during the concluding part of 2015 with the starting price of $33,000 ranging to $40,000. Its main competitors include the Audi Q5,
New 2015 BMW X1
Love my new X1 super fun to drive and the gas savings is great. It handles like a dream and still has room and the all wheel drive that I wanted.
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BMW M2
RIDE & HANDLING: Should you request it, BMW will now for the first time be able to spec your car up to feature adaptive dampers (local availability may differ), but they really weren’t a necessity on the kind of silky smooth roads we were on. More so were we able to brave the X1’s dynamic handling abilities, which you’d be highly mistaken for thinking has gone out the door with the changes from RWD to FWD.
BMW M2 Launch
There’s also a sense of BMW having worked on the auto start/stop feature, with a lesser jolt felt each time the engine was brought back to life after coming to a stop. If or not this was in any way influenced by the cold weather is hard to say, but we do know four-pot BMWs to stir a cabin very noticeably back home in Malaysia.
BMW M2 Stock Photos
As BMW powertrains go, there’s an instantaneous gallop forwards every time you plant the throttle – not that you’d need to, because a flick of a button to send the car into Sport mode (Sport + if you’re feeling brave) adds lots of throttle pedal linearity to power delivery from the acres in reserve.
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The Jaguar XE represents a renaissance of British engineering, as shown by its engaging dynamics, its lavish interior and its impressive integration of technology.
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The second generation Jaguar XF promises an unrivalled blend of style and substance to lead the executive sedan segment, underpinned by class-leading driving dynamics and refinement.
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2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
Like with the current 3 Series, BMW has succeeded in making the X1 a pleasant place to pass the time. Although not the most luxurious interior, the materials and craftsmanship are on par with other entry-level luxury cars. Just expect to pay extra for options like Navigation and power seats, as the base model X1, like other BMWs, is pretty much a stripper.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
The X1 also features an engine start/stop function, but BMW still hasn’t found a way to restart the engine without the kind of shudder that literally shakes the whole car. Fortunately you can turn this feature off, although every time you start the car it defaults back to the “on” setting.
High Intensity Low/high Beam, Bi-xenon
Handling is something BMW has always taken pride in, and the X1 is luckily very much a BMW. The suspension is firm but forgiving, and excelled when rallying over stretches of poor pavement. The X1 does sit a bit higher off the ground than a typical sports sedan, and you’ll notice the higher center of gravity when entering a turn, but cornering grip is still quite excellent, no doubt aided by a set of low-profile tires mounted on optional 18 inch rims. At lower speeds the steering is very stiff, to the point of making parking the X1 a bit of a chore, but at speed this allows for a responsiveness that you usually don’t find in the crossover segment.
BMW X1 Rear Cargo Area
The X1 is currently the cheapest BMW you can buy, starting at $30,800 for the sDrive28i. Opt for the AWD xDrive28i and the price bumps up to $32,500, which is still quite reasonable, until you start checking boxes on the option sheet. Our test car featured over $10,000 in options, yet amazingly still didn’t come with heated seats. Given the level of equipment that comes standard on your average compact crossover these days, not to mention a larger mid-size SUV, the X1 presents a difficult value proposition. You could buy a loaded Grand Cherokee for the price of this pint-size crossover, and it would probably have more options and features.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i Front Seats
As the compact exterior dimensions suggest, the interior of the X1 is quite small, although it feels a bit bigger than it actually is. Backseat room is especially tight and transporting five full size adults would be an exercise in coziness. Fold the rear seats down and there is decent amount of usable space, making the X1 more practical than a compact sedan, although a visit to Ikea would probably have you regretting that you didn’t borrow a friend’s pickup.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i Rear Seats
The X1 is available in both rear and all-wheel drive, and offers the choice of turbocharged 4 or 6 cylinder engines (the 6-cylinder only available with AWD). We had the opportunity to sample the X1 xDrive28i, which will likely be the volume seller. At first glance, the X1 looks to be redundant with the slightly larger X3, as both offer the same powertrain options and would seem to fulfill a similar niche. Whip out the measuring tape, however, and the X1 proves to be substantially shorter and less tall, making it more comparable to a hatchback than a traditional SUV.
8-speed Automatic Transmission
, Punchy turbocharged engine and smooth shifting 8-speed automatic transmission provide a surprising level of performance, Handling is typical BMW, meaning better than everything else in the segment, Classification defying exterior design actually works, combining the aggressive stance of an SUV with the sleek lines of a small wagon,
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
: Feeling delightfully like BMW of yore, the X1 s inner trappings are, for the most part, a very nice place to whittle away the miles.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
With more and more car buyers looking to downsize, but with the current 3 Series and X3 models having increased in size, BMW was left with a distinct hole in its lineup. Enter the new 2013 X1, a compact Sports Activity Vehicle aimed squarely at the young, active car buyer looking for something small, sporty, yet still practical.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
One of the perks of this small engine is supposed to be enhanced fuel efficiency, although we hardly saw the kind of mileage that would make a Prius owner jealous. The EPA gives the X1 xDrive28i a 22/33/26 (city/hwy/combined) mpg rating, but after several hundred miles of mixed driving we could barely achieve the city mpg rating. Perhaps it’s the gutsy turbo engine that caused us to misbehave a bit much with our right foot, but we’ve achieved similar mileage in cars with much larger V6 engines, which was a bit disappointing.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
Sharing the same architecture as the 1 Series coupe, the X1 has been available in Europe for the past few years and has been quite successful. Although more of a compact wagon than a small SUV, the X1 should provide a compelling alternative to folks shopping for an entry-level luxury vehicle.
2013 BMW X1 XDrive28i
The X1 xDrive28i features the same turbocharged, direct injection 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine that’s available in the 3 Series and X3. Output is a healthy 240 hp and 260 lb.-ft. torque. Paired with a smooth and quick shifting 8-speed automatic, this engine offers a surprising amount of performance, reminding us more of a feisty hot hatch than an entry-level luxury car. The 0-60 sprint takes just a bit over 6 seconds, and courtesy of the xDrive all-wheel drive system, acceleration is pretty much drama free. Performance is so good that we hardly see the need for the turbocharged 6-cylinder engine available in the X1 xDrive35i.
BMW X1 XDrive28i Interior
, Engine auto start-stop jolts the car like a baby shaking its rattler, Interior is modestly sized and sparsely equipped: our otherwise well-optioned test car still lacked seat warmers, Add the usual luxury car options and the price easily soars to almost $50k,
8-speed Automatic Transmission
, Engine: twin-scroll turbocharged, direct injection 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, Transmission: 8-speed automatic, Horsepower: 240 hp @ 5000-6500 rpm, Torque: 260 lb-ft @ 1250 - 4800 rpm, Fuel Economy: 22 city / 33 highway / 22 observed mpg, Base Price Range: $30,800 $38,600, Price as tested:,
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Exclusive Review: 2nd Generation BMW X1
The new BMW X1 SUV is based on the UKL platform that allows it to shed 135Kgs. It also gets improved cabin space, thanks to the taller and wider body shell. The all-new BMW X1's wheelbase has been increased by 90mm, and also sports an 85-litre increase in boot space and a 37mm increase in rear knee room.
2015 BMW X1
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2012 BMW X1
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2010 BMW X1
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2015 BMW X1
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2015 BMW X1
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2015 BMW X1
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2014 BMW X1
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2013 BMW X1
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BMW X1
, Fuel economy: up to 62.8mpg, What is it? The BMW X1 is effectively a beefed-up small hatchback with the option of four-wheel-drive,
BMW X1
The X1 may be marketed as a lifestyle SUV, but in reality it's not much more practical than a small family car. It's also very expensive for a car of this size, and you won't make up for it when you sell on, as the X1's retained values are only mediocre. At least the running costs for two-wheel-drive models are phenomenally low, thanks to excellent fuel economy and low CO2 emissions.
BMW X1
Whichever engine you choose (there are four diesels and no petrols), the X1 is lively enough for most buyer's needs, accelerating quickly in any gear - which makes the super-quick 25d rather unnecessary. Coupled with the car's good grip and body control this would make the X1 a keen driver's SUV, but the steering is inconsistently weighted which undermines your confidence on faster turns. It feels a touch jittery on the motorway, too, which isn't ideal. As is often the case with BMWs, the ride is unsettled, too, especially on the firmer M Sport cars. On the plus side, the cabin is generally quiet; the only noticeable noise comes from the engines, which can be a bit gruff under hard acceleration.
BMW X1
The cabin feels solid enough but there are reliability worries with the X1 - owners scored the car as below average in the last JD Power Customer Satisfaction survey. There should be fewer concerns when it comes to safety: every X1 gets electronic aids including stability control, while xDrive cars come with four-wheel-drive. Airbag provision includes 'bags for the rear windows, and the X1 achieved the maximum five stars in crash tests by Euro NCAP, with 87% for adult safety and an impressive 85% for children.
BMW X1
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2015 Audi Q3
Both of these vehicles are excellent options for those looking for a beautiful crossover vehicle, yet the BMW X1 stands apart with its additional powertrain options and gorgeous interior. Though the Audi Q3 is almost its equal, the X1 ultimately wins the race. Have a question about either of these beautiful vehicles? Give us a call, or fill out the form below, because we would be happy to discuss them with you!
2015 BMW X1
The BMW X1 has a truly beautiful exterior, equipped with 17-inch wheels; 18- or 19-inch wheels available, adaptive xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights, roof rails, fog lights, and available panoramic moonroof.
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The Audi Q3 offers just one engine; a 200 horsepower 2.0-liter engine, which is linked to a six-speed automatic transmission. While front-wheel drive is standard, Audi also offers the optional Quattro all-wheel-drive system.
2015 BMW X1 For Sale Near Baltimore, Maryland
Two of the best looking and most functional crossover SUV's on the road, the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 are great options for those customers who want something bigger than a sedan, yet refuse to sacrifice comfort or class. If you have a question about either of these vehicles, take a peek below at how they stack up when evaluated side by side.
2015 BMW X1 For Sale Near Frederick, Maryland
The X1 comes packed with great features to improve driving dynamics and improve efficiency. The X1 can be equipped with either rear- or all-wheel drivetrains, and it features fuel-saving stop-start technology. 
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It may be slightly shorter than the old car, but the new X1 s wheelbase is a significant 90 mm longer, and height is up by 53 mm. BMW claims more comfort via the raised seating position (by 36 mm in front, 64 mm at the back) and increased headroom, shoulder room and elbow room for all occupants. Rear knee room is up by 37 mm, but can go to 66 mm with the optional slidable rear seats, which also get adjustable backrests. Access is also easier thanks to doors that open wider.
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i must say BMW is approving very much on their design, from X3 to 1 series to this X1. so sad i am not making enough money to earn one. well, i will work harder and harder and harder and let god decide if i will own one one day
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Following its public debut at the Frankfurt show in September, the X1 will hit the European market with two B48 petrol and two B47 diesel engines; all are brand new 2.0 litre four-cylinder turbocharged units. Three-pot turbos will join both camps before the year ends.
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The interior may be typically BMW in design, but it s unique to the X1. The F48 may be a platform sister of the
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I prefer this X1 over the GLA. The GLA might photograph better but the X1 looks much nicer on the street. The GLA proportion is weird, and too small to look like a proper SUV and too bulky too look like a hatch. The only thing I don t like is the BMW interior.. this design is very dated now. The red over silver metalic look on the dash is neither classy nor sporty.. ouch.
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As BMW will testify, the early bird gets the worm. The X1 did not so much ride the wave, but help created it back in 2009. By the time
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BMW might have pioneered the premium compact SUV segment with the original X1, but the market has evolved over the years. Recreating that car won t do, which is why the new X1 is quite a different animal from the SAV it replaces. Styling that falls within SUV norms, a well-appointed cabin, and more focus on space and practicality means that it s brimming with showroom appeal. Best of all, the X1 s driver s appeal vis-à-vis rivals is intact. Watch it fly.
BMW X1
Page 1 of 8 BMW X1 review - can Munich's smallest SUV compete with rivals?
Used 2014 BMW X1 XDrive28i
In our interior evaluation, we deemed the X1 a pleasant mix of where BMW has been and where it's going. The matching analog speedometer and tachometer are classic BMW: simple and clear. Materials are generally high-quality, with none of the cost-cutting that compromises the related 1 Series' cabin. The driving position is high enough to please crossover fans, but low enough to feel secure. Standard iDrive technology gives every X1 a forward-thinking feel, though the optional wide-screen version with navigation is clearly the one to have.
Used 2014 BMW X1 XDrive35i
The 2014 BMW X1 is offered with rear-wheel drive as the 4-cylinder sDrive28i, or all-wheel drive as either the 4-cylinder xDrive28i or the 6-cylinder xDrive35i.
Used 2014 BMW X1 XDrive28i
The X1 comes with standard stability control, 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes and six airbags (front, front-side, full-length side-curtain). Available safety technologies include a rearview camera and BMW Assist telematics, which brings real-time crash response and comprehensive roadside assistance.
Used 2014 BMW X1 SDrive28i
The turbocharged 2015 BMW X1 is BMW's smallest, most carlike crossover, but is it too dated to compete with the top compact luxury SUVs?
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Not following convention has its benefits. In the first-gen BMW X1's case, being an outlier in the booming luxury small crossover segment allowed it to offer carlike handling in a package that had more in common with a station wagon than the modern CUV. But it also sometimes pays to get with the program. That's what BMW has done with the 2016 X1, which switches to a new front-drive-based platform and adopts a shape more in line with the rest of the segment.

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A powered tailgate and the options of a two-part sliding rear seat and a bespoke bike rack suggest that practicality was high up among the engineers' concerns. Safety too: options include LED headlights able to shape their beams automatically to avoid dazzling others, and a telematics system alerts the emergency services if you crash, giving information on speed, how hard the seatbelts were pulled, how many airbags burst and more.

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will be available with a full suite of safety features, including Lane Departure Warning, Automatic High Beams, Frontal Collision Warning and City Collision Mitigation. The X1 will also be available with Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go and Park Distance Control. Pricing will be announced closer to the 2016 X1's fall launch date, but expect an MSRP starting in the low $30,000 range. Live images by Ronan Glon.

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PLUS : Excellent packaging with ample passenger space in both rows, as well as flexible use of the spacious cargo area. Drivetrains are strong and refined, with excellent interior fit and finish wrapped in more cohesive styling. MINUS : Run-flat tyres mean a harsh, bumpy ride and an SUV that simply won’t settle down on a bumpy road, lacking composure and making for a busy, fidgety experience for all occupants. It’s a serious letdown for an otherwise strong package.

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It may be slightly shorter than the old car, but the new X1 s wheelbase is a significant 90 mm longer, and height is up by 53 mm. BMW claims more comfort via the raised seating position (by 36 mm in front, 64 mm at the back) and increased headroom, shoulder room and elbow room for all occupants. Rear knee room is up by 37 mm, but can go to 66 mm with the optional slidable rear seats, which also get adjustable backrests. Access is also easier thanks to doors that open wider.

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With a range predominantly made up of diesel engines and targeting mainstream rivals like the Ford Kuga and Volkswagen Tiguan, the BMW X1 – Munich’s smallest SUV offering – isn’t exactly core evo material. However, despite a slightly uncomfortable appearance and cabin materials that can sometimes feel a bit cheap for the asking price, the X1 proves to be a typical BMW in its marketplace; in that, dynamically it’s the most entertaining small SUV you can purchase by some margin. Pick the right engine, drivetrain and spec and the X1 comes dangerously close to making its big brother, the X3, redundant.

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It is more compact than most crossover SUVs, but most people don’t need the enormous size of the heftiest vehicles that brought the U.S. auto industry to near the point of capitulation. In many ways, for those who need room for only four occupants and light storage, the smaller the better, because that means better performance and far better fuel economy are attainable. The X1 fit that bill perfectly.

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She ended up walking away with the X1 shown above: a 28i xDrive model with the Technology Package, Driver Assistance Package, Panoramic Moonroof and heated front seats. A $32,700 CUV (base price for an AWD X1) suddenly rang up to $41,720. A backup camera, front and rear parking senors, navigation, Satellite radio and wood trim are just some of the items that you have to pay extra for - and you still don t get real leather (though the Sensatec leatherette is quite good). Of course, you have to pay to play if you want a German luxury vehicle (specifically, the badge that comes with it). At least the X1 has a value add. It s still quite good to drive.

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Feature Article: 2016 BMW X1 sDrive20i REVIEW – You Can’t Argue With Progress THE ALL-NEW BMW X1 REMINDS US WHY THE GERMAN SUPERBRAND HAS BECOME A JUGGERNAUT - NO MATTER WHICH MODEL OR WHICH SPECIFICATION YOU CARE TO NAME, ALL BMW VEHICLES ARE A PLEASURE TO DRIVE. Take the X1 sDrive 20i compact SUV - front-wheel-drive and the so-called ‘entry level' model - it's a cracker. Sure, the X1 will not challenge an M3 over a hot lap at Mount Panorama but, at under $52K (excluding on-road charges) this sDrive 20i will, for many, provide a tasty entry into &

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Whichever engine you choose (there are four diesels and no petrols), the X1 is lively enough for most buyer's needs, accelerating quickly in any gear - which makes the super-quick 25d rather unnecessary. Coupled with the car's good grip and body control this would make the X1 a keen driver's SUV, but the steering is inconsistently weighted which undermines your confidence on faster turns. It feels a touch jittery on the motorway, too, which isn't ideal. As is often the case with BMWs, the ride is unsettled, too, especially on the firmer M Sport cars. On the plus side, the cabin is generally quiet; the only noticeable noise comes from the engines, which can be a bit gruff under hard acceleration.

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My new 2015 sDrive28i is superb. My needs and wants in descending order: comfortable high seating, euro firm steering, weight and safety in an accident, 360 degree visibility, fast 0-60, good fuel mpg, clean well thought out lines of exterior and interior, and moderate cargo storage. I am 6'-0" tall and the X1 is easy and comfortable to get in and out of on a daily basis (instead of hitting my head and straining my back with the low door and seat height of the MB GLA or Audi Q3.) The X1 has had strong engine performance at all speeds, good reliable braking, and excellent handling. Good interior cargo spatial versatility. The dashboard and instrument panel is viewed and used the most by any driver and the X1 is beautifully laid out and intuitive. The NAV is large at 8.8", and an A+ in ease of use, functionality, and being seamlessly incorporated within the dash (instead of contrived, small, and plopped on top the dash as if it were a cheap after thought of design.) Front leg and head room is very good. My X1 included Power memory seats, Technology Package, and Driver Assistance Package, has high value for the price, and has been great for my Southern California city and highway driving. Reliability --- it never disappoints and has lived up to all my needs and expectations.

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CG Says:  BMW’s entry-level compact SUV is redesigned for 2016, gaining passenger and cargo room and a host of new features. The all-new, second-generation BMW X1 is based on a front-wheel-drive platform shared with the Mini Cooper Clubman (instead of the rear-drive, BMW 3-Series-based architecture of the previous X1). And unlike the first-generation X1, the new model doesn’t offer a 6-cylinder engine or two-wheel drive; all 2016 X1s come standard with all-wheel drive and a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Newly available features include a head-up display, hands-free power liftgate (which opens with the swipe of a foot under the rear bumper), and a forward collision mitigation system with pedestrian detection. Other available features include a panoramic sunroof, automated parallel-park system, and reclining rear seats that slide fore and aft to favor passenger or cargo room. BMW purists might balk at the X1’s move to a front-wheel-drive platform, but most premium compact SUV shoppers will find the performance tradeoffs perfectly acceptable. The X1 is still one of the more athletic SUVs in its class, and the improvements in passenger and cargo room make it much more practical than its predecessor.

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Both of these vehicles are excellent options for those looking for a beautiful crossover vehicle, yet the BMW X1 stands apart with its additional powertrain options and gorgeous interior. Though the Audi Q3 is almost its equal, the X1 ultimately wins the race. Have a question about either of these beautiful vehicles? Give us a call, or fill out the form below, because we would be happy to discuss them with you!

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De X1 is een compacte crossover van BMW. De X1 werd geintroduceerd in 2008, en moet het opnemen tegen o.a. de Audi Q3, Volkswagen Tiguan en Ford Kuga. De BMW X1 staat op het platform van de 3-serie. Het motorenprogramma bestaat uit een riant aanbod van viercilinder benzine- en dieselmotoren met vermogen uiteenlopend van 143 pk tot 245 pk. In het najaar van 2012 ondergaat de X1 een kleine facelift.

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On the exterior aspect, the new 2016 BMW X1 spots an evolutionary and futuristic exterior design with most of styling and body design being a close copy of its bigger sibling; the X5 and X3. From the side view, the X1 shows up just about the same as its precursors starting from the waist. The brand beltline is still in position, while the side skirt area is creased in a practically equivalent style as on the prior model.

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The X1's seats offer good support and a wide range of adjustment, while noise levels are broadly kept well in check. When pressing on the four-cylinder diesel can be a little noisy and over smaller bumps the ride quality is not as good as some rivals, although choosing an SE model on smaller wheels will mitigate this. Relatively firm suspension is a weak link, although models riding on smaller wheels and tyres are better in this respect.

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At first glance of the car before us we thought, “Hey, this actually (and finally) looks like an X1 we’d be proud to call our own” (if ever a journalist could be so lucky): the out-going model had a snout too long for the good of its overall proportions, and a mug that just didn’t belong. Sorry BMW, but we’re only about to heap praise on the new one’s looks, so let us get off some hard truths to the old one first.

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comes with an evolutionary external design with styling elements shared with the BMW X5 and the BMW X3. The front part of the 2016 BMW X1 is equipped with a bit larger double-kidney grille and smoother, longer headlights. In the lower part, it gets larger mist lamps and air intakes, making it emerge not only superior to its predecessor, but to have a more aggressive look, as well. The new X1 comes with body of 175.4” (L) x 71.7” x 81.1” (H), with the 105.1-inch wheelbase. In general, the exterior styling of the 2016 BMW X1 sounds as if it is no longer the unappealing duckling of the crossover array of BMW.

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The X1 was introduced in 2009 and with 730,000 units sold worldwide, it has proved to be quite successful. Indeed, BMW has benefitted from the ever growing popularity of sport-utes in general and compact premium ones in particular, even though the Germans started selling the X1 in 2013 in its main market, North America. The sales of the X1 were more than expected," said Ren

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The X1 is available in both rear and all-wheel drive, and offers the choice of turbocharged 4 or 6 cylinder engines (the 6-cylinder only available with AWD). We had the opportunity to sample the X1 xDrive28i, which will likely be the volume seller. At first glance, the X1 looks to be redundant with the slightly larger X3, as both offer the same powertrain options and would seem to fulfill a similar niche. Whip out the measuring tape, however, and the X1 proves to be substantially shorter and less tall, making it more comparable to a hatchback than a traditional SUV.