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BMW X1 Reviews

2016 BMW X1 Review

It has ditched the rear-whee drive platform, but is it still the best driver's small SUV?

BMW X1 Review: sDrive 18d SportLine

BMW's X1 has joined the ranks of 2WD SUVs. Can the RWD version of the popular small SUV compete with the AWD variant?

BMW X1 Review : sDrive20i

The world's first compact luxury SUV still holds appeal - especially in the way it drives...

2013 BMW X1 Review

BMW introduces a mid-life update of the X1 range with new engines, an eight-speed auto and styling tweaks inside and out...

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BMW X1 Videos

2016 BMW X1 Walkaround : 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show

Read the article here. The 2016 BMW X1 could well be the first time the German brand has managed to make its smallest SUV look how it really should. It may not exactly replicate a shrunken X5, but the new generation X1 moves away from the awkward proportions of its predecessor with a rugged and stylish new look...

2016 BMW X1 Review

The all-new 2016 BMW X1 has arrived. It's bigger, it's bolder and it is a lot more grown up. BMW are adamant that the new X1 is very much a proper AWD vehicle. We negotiate a series of off-road simulations to show how the car's capabilities continue to offer a solid amount of lifestyle flexibility. The X-Drive (AWD) models feel great on the road - the front-drive version comes in 2016...

Daredevil Drifting - BMW Alpine xDrive - Read the full article here. Snow is falling, the wind is howling and visibility is low. Perfect conditions to put BMW's xDrive system to the test on snow and ice at the BMW Alpine xDrive experience. CarAdvice heads to the Snow Farm, Wanaka, near Queenstown in New Zealand and Tegan Lawson gets behind the wheel of a number of X-series vehicles to get some tips on drifting, slalom and ice driving...

BMW X1 News

2016 BMW X1 pricing and specifications

Front-wheel-drive models in the all-new BMW X1 range will be more expensive than their rear-drive predecessors, but will also be more practical, better equipped and more fuel efficient than before. The 2016 BMW X1 range will start at $49,500 plus on-road costs for the sDrive18d diesel, representing a $3200 hike in the starting price of the German luxury car maker’s compact crossover...

BMW front-wheel drives models: won't negatively affect sales or perception, company claims

BMW believes the move to more front-wheel drive models will not negatively affect the brand’s overall sales or perception. Having launched the front-wheel drive BMW 2 Series Active Tourer in November last year, BMW Australia will in time introduce the new X1, which will see its sDrive variants now driven via the front wheels, rather than the rear wheels, as is the case with the current model...

Interview with Calvin Luk, BMW's Australian designer

Australian designers in charge of global cars are rare to say the least, but one up-and-comer is BMW’s Calvin Luk, who has recently seen his vision come to life in the all-new BMW X1 and updated 1 Series. The Sydney-born 29-year old spent the first 18 years of his life here - he started his studies at the University of Technology in Sydney - before moving to Pasadena in the United States to study car design...

2016 BMW X1 revealed

The covers are off the 2016 BMW X1 – the German brand’s second-generation compact SUV that’s new from the ground up and mechanically overhauled from the 2009 original. The new X1 becomes the BMW Group’s third model based on its new front-/all-wheel-drive and transverse engine-aligned UKL architecture, following the third-gen Mini Cooper city car and the 2 Series Active Tourer MPV, and replacing the rear-/all-wheel-drive and longitudinal layout of the first-gen model...

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BMW X1 Owner Reviews

2014 BMW X1 sDrive 20i Sportline Review

Overall, the X1 is a comfortable ride - it features great handling and performance, however it lacks interior detail. Additionally, the standard seats, along with the general driver positioning, can err on the uncomfortable over long trips. One of my biggest gripes with this car is the interior...

2013 BMW X1 sDRIVE 18d SPORTLINE Review

The first thing i noticed upon delivery is the seemingly flat black sapphire paint. The nice M Sport alloy wheels made up for it though.. Staring at it on the front, it looks awkward and smallish -- my previous E90 sedan looks better. The rear end appears uniquely BMW. Upon entry, the seating is quite low, not like an SUV, but that's what i like...

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2016 BMW X1 Review

2016 BMW X1 Review

2016 BMW X1 revealed

2016 BMW X1 revealed

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