X1 Specs & FeaturesBMW X1 Specs
Key specifications & features of the BMW X1. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Diesel / 1995 cc
- Rear Seat Belts
- Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts
- Seat Belt Warning
- Rear Camera
- Passenger Airbag
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BMW X1 Price List
BMW X1 price starts at ₱3.09 Million and goes upto ₱3.89 Million. Checkout X1 price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
BMW X1 Latest Updates
BMW X1 is the brand’s luxury crossover offering as it offers both luxury and off-road character at the same time. The 2020 variant now comes underpinned by Mini’s UKL platform. It features a sloping roofline, wide double kidney grille, chunky alloy wheels, and L-shaped LED taillamps. Under the hood of xDrive20d variant, it gets a 2L TwinPower inline 4 turbo diesel engine generating 190 hp of power and 400 Nm of torque. The sDrive18d gets the same engine but delivers 150 hp and 330 Nm. The pricing starts from ₱3.09 and goes up to ₱3.89 Million.
BMW X1 Pros & Cons
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Things We Like in BMW X1
More cabin and cargo space
Premium feel and comfort
Things We Don't Like in BMW X1
Harsh ride quality
BMW X1 Colors and Images
BMW X1 Review
BMW X1 Overview
BMW is finally bringing back the X1 with an all-new facelift and features. BMW created much fanfare after announcing that the X1 will be receiving an all-new facelift. Labeled an SAV or Sport Action Vehicle by BMW, this luxury compact crossover is known for both- its excellent on- and off-road capabilities while managing to retain its premium feel. Drivers who are looking forward to the X1’s return will be excited to know that, besides its refreshing new design, BMW has lowered the price of the model astronomically. There are currently two variants available in the Philippines: the xDrive 20d and the sDrive 18d which have different power outputs. BMW is also offering its signature xDrive All-Wheel Drive system as an optional enhancement for those who want added functionality.
BMW X1 Interior
The most noticeable change is the inside of the vehicle itself. The instrument panel now features contrast stitching as well as black high-gloss trims pearl chrome touches. BMW did still retain some of its signature features such as its Sensatec upholstery and its 40/20/40 split-folding seats, however, it does now have a larger rear space. It also still has its sliding rear seat as well as the rear power tailgate. On the dashboard is a centrally-mounted 6.5-inch infotainment system that uses BMW’s iDrive controller. It now also includes USB-C ports for charging convenience. BMW also offers an M Sport package that has more cosmetic features and added amenities.
BMW X1 Exterior
The BMW X1 used both the elements of athletic design as well as the versatility of SUVs to develop its new style. While it does have the same notable sporty design language o the BMW brand, the car company has fine-tuned its features to become more efficient, spacious, and luxurious. On the front fascia is a much larger grille and intakes, as well as sharper LED headlights. For the rear, it now includes an all-new body-colored apron. BMW also added some extra drama to the X1 thanks to its side-mirror that flashes the “X1” image whenever the vehicle is unlocked. Topping it all off is the new 18-inch alloy wheels.
BMW X1 Ride & Handling
Drivers will notice that the X1 has stiffer suspension compared to most family SUVs. This means that there is a tendency to feel bumps and potholes here and there. However, the ride quality itself doesn’t necessarily feel uncomfortable or particularly jarring. Other drivers have taken to adding adaptive dampers to the vehicle to soften the ride which improves the quality when on Sport setting. But if you’re looking for maximum comfort, the Ford Range Rover might be a more optimal choice. But compared to most of its rival models, the X1 still offers a dynamic and sophisticated driving experience. Even without Variable Sports Steering, the vehicle is responsive when turning and manages to remain stable. Stability control is somewhat subtle and takes over gently when needed. When turned off, it can turn corners much quicker, but definitely with less finesse.
BMW X1 Engine & Fuel Consumption
Each variant is powered by the same 2.0-litre inline-4 TwinPower turbo diesel engine. The xDrive 20d is capable of producing 190 hp and 400 Bm of torque while the sDrive 18d can generate 150 hp and 330 Nm of torque. Both are mated to an 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission. Those who avail of BMW’s xDrive All-Wheel Drive system will receive some added functionality.
BMW X1 Braking & Safety
The X1 is equipped with standard safety features such as a driver airbag, a passenger airbag, a side airbag-front, an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake distribution, brake assist, and child safety locks. Other features include a vehicle stability control system, day and night rearview mirror, a rear camera, a crash sensor, front and side-impact beams, and traction control.
BMW X1 Verdict
The BMW X1 remains one of the most luxurious and well-designed compact crossover SUVs on the market. Its premium and spacious interiors offer a comfortable ride experience and allow passengers to cruise the city streets in style. However, despite this, its ride quality does lack the tenacity for rough road terrain which is commonly encountered in the country. For this reason, the X1 might not be the most ideal vehicle for those who like to venture out of the city. But it has proven to be nimble even in the most stressful traffic jams. For its now less-P800,000, it is definitely now a more affordable option for those looking to get a luxury compact SUV. The BMW X1 starts at P3.089 million.
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