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(launched 2015, facelifted Oct-2019)

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Price updated 23-Sep-2021

3.5 stars - based on 1 reviews
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Good handling front wheel driven, practical SUV for small family
I must say the ride and handling department of BMW is key to X1's success - it feel firm and stable, even comparing it with previous AWD Japanese suv that i've owned for many years. Good overall package considering its near to end of its model lifespan. Good thing it could be more reliable given 4-5 years in production. Satisfied with the exterior of 2020 model with improved head and tail lights. The center infotainment screen is high definition with physical idrive knobs/buttons, which i use 99% Of the time even it supports touch screen and very responsive. My main complaint will be the analog instrument cluster compared with its rivals (2021 GLA, Q3). It lacks some active safety features that can be found in most 2021 new cars. The steering wheel is physically blocking the indicator LED for engine start/stop function, it just annoys me when i need to check the status of the function if i forgot to turn off during engine start. Vibration from 3 cyl engine when starting engine. It is smooth during acceleration, normal drive and idle.
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Solid sensible car
I have driven this car as a hire car. It's a very well built car with typical BMW driving feel. Good road feel for an SUV.
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Love It!!
Has been a fan of BMW.Just got it about 2 and a half weeks ago. It has changed my perspective completely about X1. Earlier models of X1s look like a 1 series hatchback. This new facelifted 2019-2020 model looks like the previous X3 with cool interchangeable ambience lighting in the interior. Safety equipped car with 8 airbags. A totally cool SAV family car.
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Decent SUV
Got a chance to drive the X1 for 2 weeks. Exterior looks is pretty nice, stronger looking. Interior is pretty basic, nothing to shout about. If compared to medic or Audi, X1 scores 3 out of 10. Features wise are pretty lacking. No blind spot detection, no lane departure warning etc. For the price, I would say it's not worth it, the buyer is just braying for the BMW brand. The drive is pretty good for a SUV, not ,UCB body roll during turns. Acceleration is pretty good as the torque comes in early. But that's about it, once you hit higher speed you can feel the car is breathless due to its 1.5 3 cylinder engine. For city drive it's pretty good. Would recommend the 2 liter engine version. The 3 cyclinder engines gives off a funny engine sputter sound when starting the engine. One of the good thing about the car is the clear views, there are not much blind spots, although the rear view window is pretty small and narrow compared to a sedan, it takes time to get used to it. Overall a pretty decent car. Buy it if you want the brand of a BMW. But for the price, you can get a car with more features built in.
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