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BMW X1 Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the BMW X1. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the BMW X1.
With most of today's so-called compact SUVs bulking up to the size of yesterday's midsizers, finding a truly small crossover SUV can be a bit of a challenge, especially in the premium brand arena. But now that BMW has brought the X1 to the United States, shoppers have a truly compact BMW crossover to consider. Discover the ins and out on used BMW X1s, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Upscale InteriorGood things DO come in small packages, and the BMW X1 is certainly proof of that. Climb inside the X1 and it's immediately evident that the vehicle lives up to its luxury SUV billing. In fact, it can be argued that the X1 has one of the most upscale cabins of any SUV in its price range. Specifically, the X1's dashboard area combines classic BMW look and design with modern technology and high-quality materials.
Quick And AgileOutfit with a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine capable of churning out 228 horsepower, the X1 has top notch acceleration for its class, sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds. Moreover, the X1 is an agile ride with precision handling, enabling those behind the wheel to tackle winding roads with ease.
Class-Leading Cargo CapacityWhen the rear seats are in use, the BMW X1 offers up 17.8 cubic feet of storage space, which is enough room for four bags of golf clubs. Fold down the rear seats, and the cargo capacity expands to 58.7 cubic feet, which is amongst the best in the small luxury crossover class.
Engine OptionsThough strong, the X1's 2.0-liter inline four cylinder engine is the only kind engine available on this vehicle. Those seeking out a larger, more hearty six-cylinder engine option may want to expand their search beyond the X1.
Sporty Nature Can Decrease Fuel EconomyThere's no doubt that the X1 is a satisfying ride, but it comes at a price. EPA estimates have the X1 checking in at a respectable 26 mpg combined (22 mpg city/32 mpg highway), but the vehicle's sporty nature can make it difficult to replicate those EPA estimates for those who like to indulge their sporty side.
Sliding Back Seat Isnt StandardWe're splitting hairs to a degree here, but it's worth noting that slide and recline adjustments for the rear seats is only optional on the X1. The good news, however, is that the back seat in general has added more room in all directions.
BMW X1 Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (53 Reviews)