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(launched 2022)

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sDrive16i M Sport (A)
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$22,500 /yr 14.7km/L 121 bhp 7-speed (A) Steptronic DCT
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Price updated 06-Dec-2023

4 stars - based on 9 reviews
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Audi Q3 1.5 TFSI (A) vs BMW X1 sDrive16i M Sport (A)
The comfortable Audi Q3 takes on the trendy and stylish BMW X1 in this shootout. Just which should you make your pick?
Audi Q3
More settled ride
Intuitive infotainment system
Higher drivetrain refinement
Perkier everyday drive
Cheaper than the Q3
9 Consumer Reviews

Reasonably price and value "luxury" smallest BMW suv `
Got my Mineral white X line from Eurokars early march 2023, just in time for my wife birthday (thanks to them), v good responsive experience. Installation of roof carriers too were aided by my SE, again smooth and recommended service. Well done. Apology, first time owning BMW, hence not able to compare to PML....Have some other experience with non BM, similarly good/neutral feedback with Borneo (both toyota and lexus), C&C merc, Komoco hyundai, Tan Chong Nissans, Kah motor Honda, a few PI and some used card dealers. At that moment since December 2022, we were choosing between Q3 (sequential lighs not available), GLA (no rear aircon), NX350h (costly), XC60 (carplay not wireless), Kodiaq/Sorento (dont need another 7 seater). Own harrier before so give it a miss, BYD good too but guess more models will be out soon from them, Tucson hybrid sunroof has almost everything actually but tempted to just own BMW at least once..... No regret so far (only perhaps may consider the M version, at the expense of less comfy ride and lower ride height)
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The car that makes me SMILE :) `
Driving U11 MS since Dec 22, I can't help myself but smile everytime I approach the car. As an ex-F48 owner, I've been eagerly waiting for the new model since spy shots appeared. And I was not disappointed & quickly book it in Nov. The first few months owning it, knowing it, understanding it, and of course appreciating it, made me enjoy the car more & more. There's nothing much to complain about going towards my 1st servicing next month. So if you are an empty nester like me, willing to indulge with your hard-earned $$ for something handsome, sporty, high-tech yet knee-friendly and not too big a ride, you can't ignore the new BMW X1 U11.
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Looks ok, actually quite a fin thing to drive `
The new BMW X1 has really grown up when it comes to its exterior, as well as its cabin layout. It's an angular design that will take a bit of getting accustomed to, just like its new, swanky, and much more pleasing to the eye infotainment system. Should you get one?
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Unrivalled Looks & Practicality, Average Performance `
The U11 X1 strikes the perfect balance between cabin space and external dimensions. It is very handsome & modern looking all-round, inside-out. IMHO, it is the best designed and most practical BMW X vehicle till date. The curved display and sculpted seats gives a sense of luxury quite unrivalled in this compact SUV segment. All seems perfect till you realise the front passenger seat doesn't have electric adjustment - something of which is included in the 2 Active Tourer. Test drove the X1 sDrive16i M-Sport and the ride is surprisingly quiet. The adaptive suspension is comfortably firm and corners extremely well. However, when you floor the accelerator, the 122hp engine struggles to pick-up and shortly runs out of breath. The 3-cylinder engine rattles and vibrates the cabin when you start/stop at a junction. This vehicle excels in almost everything except the engine, making it a compelling choice for families who value practicality over performance. For those who wishes both, consider a used BMW 2 Active Tourer sDrive18i or Mercedes GLB 200. The all-electric iX1 is up in the horizon as well.
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Topic Title Replies Last Action
[Official] 2022 3rd Generation BMW X1 (UX11) 370 02-Jul-2023
2015 BMW X1 sDrive20i 364 16-Dec-2020
Driving the BMW X1 sDrive18i 13 05-Oct-2010
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All New BMW X1 SUV 33 08-Jul-2009
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