BMW X1 SUVs

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2018 BMW X1

The 2018 X1 gets BMW’s new trim system that reorganizes equipment levels and opens new single options as a specific tier is reached. New standard equipment for the X1 includes a rearview monitor and extended telematics services.

2017 BMW X1

Fresh from a complete overhaul last year, the 2017 BMW X1 compact-luxury SUV sees one big change, that being the addition of a front-drive sDrive28i model to the lineup, a first for BMW. Sport seats are now a stand-alone option, while the M package adds the M sport suspension.

About BMW X1

BMW likes to call its crossover vehicles “SAVs,” short for Sports Activity Vehicle. Numerous models carry the X designation including the smallest of the bunch, the 2018 BMW X1. No less capable than the larger X3 and X5, the X1 mixes the performance abilities of the BMW 3 Series with a taller ride height and BMW’s sophisticated all-wheel-drive (AWD) setup. Because it’s an entry-level vehicle, the X1 can be crossed-shopped against all sorts of competitors ranging from the Buick Encore and Infiniti QX30 to the Mercedes-Benz GLA and Lexus NX. Numerous driver assists ensure the drive will be as safe as it is fun, the latter promise backed up by the X1’s gutsy 228-horsepower 4-cylinder engine.

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