2011 BMW 1 Series
64,000 Miles
$12,995

Lighthouse Point, FL
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2013 BMW 1 Series
41,574 Miles
$19,995

Seattle, WA
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2013 BMW 1 Series
29,877 Miles
$22,992

Urbandale, IA
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2008 BMW 1 Series
101,003 Miles
$9,900

Denver, CO
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2009 BMW 1 Series
90,125 Miles
$12,688

Goldsboro, NC
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2013 BMW 1 Series
26,945 Miles
$17,449

Seattle, WA
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2011 BMW 1 Series
91,843 Miles
$15,599

Avenel, NJ
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2013 BMW 1 Series
25,047 Miles
$19,268

East Meadow, NY
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2013 BMW 1 Series
24,865 Miles
$26,499

Boise, ID
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2013 BMW 1 Series
39,609 Miles
$22,999

Conway, AR
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2010 BMW 1 Series
70,227 Miles
$10,995

Jacksonville, FL
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2009 BMW 1 Series
77,801 Miles
$11,500

Beaverton, OR
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2013 BMW 1 Series
56,156 Miles
$18,900

Peabody, MA
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2013 BMW 1 Series
66,746 Miles
$18,999

Avenel, NJ
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2013 BMW 1 Series
21,353 Miles
$25,900

Huntington Station, NY
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2013 BMW 1 Series
54,789 Miles
$24,999

Beaverton, OR
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2012 BMW 1 Series
28,166 Miles
$15,877

Palmer, MA
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2012 BMW 1 Series
60,782 Miles
$20,000

Bohemia, NY
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2013 BMW 1 Series
29,285 Miles
$27,988

Huntington Station, NY
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2012 BMW 1 Series
28,285 Miles
$17,495

Skokie, IL
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BMW 1 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.2
Performance
4.4
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
2.9
Maintenance
3.3

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BMW 1 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

2011 BMW 1 Series - German muscle, pocket rocket

Phoenix, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
The car is so much fun! I love small, compact cars and this fits the bill. It's super easy and fun to thread through traffic. It has the same engine as in larger cars; it's super powerful and smooth. The car is very stylish with a very simple yet high quality, tasteful interior.
Story
I love taking it on road trips to LA and Las Vegas, blasting along the freeway at 100mph+ and the car is barely breaking a sweat. Give it a wash upon arrival and it fits in perfectly around the nicer areas.
Pros
The turbocharger i6 engine is super smooth and powerful, minimal turbo lag, loads of low down torque. The twin clutch transmission shifts almost imperceptibly. The interior is typical German quality, lots of leather and soft touch materials, very little hard cheap plastic. The seats are super comfortable and supportive for sporty driving, and the ergonomics of the cabin, steering wheel etc. are superb.
Cons
While the front seats are fantastic places to be for long trips, the back seats are cramped. The fuel economy isn't great, though that's not entirely unexpected for a car of its performance caliber. The ride is a tad firm, it would benefit from an adaptive suspension setup, but that does make the handling very tight and lots of fun.

2013 BMW 1 Series - Great handling, superior oomph

Austin, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
4.0
The BMW 128i convertible is without a doubt the best handling car I've ever had. It lives for curves and switchbacks, and has the power to really perform through them. Very little body roll and will satisfy the most discerning of performance car enthusiasts. It has a full and rich audio system that sounds especially great with the top town. It's also small, so it's easy to fit into tight spots at grocery stores and shopping malls. It has a good punch when you mash the accelerator: in case there's ever a question of who's going to win when competing for a merged lane, you win. Keyless entry and premium leather are nice touches, too. It also comes at a nice entry price for a BMW. Just an overall great car.
Story
Drove it down PCH (Highway 1) in California. Bucket list item checked off.
Pros
Great handling Quick and smooth acceleration Small size so you can zip in and out of traffic easier
Cons
Gas mileage (~18/22) iPhone sync to the entertainment system is janky Trunk is small (but it's a convertible) Backseat is merely ornamentation

2010 BMW 1 Series - Great fun vehicle

Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
I love this vehicle. It is a great, fun, sporty car. I thoroughly enjoy driving this car around. The interiors are gorgeous and very high end. Performance wise, this car is top tier. It is a very fast car with great handling. There's a reason this is the ultimate driving machine.
Story
Living in such a large city, there have been several times where I have had to be on my toes and re-act quickly to avoid an accident. This car's extreme responses and handling have made it a great city car to avoid accidents and other road hazards.
Pros
The in-line 6 cylinder engine was one of it's kind. Getting from point A to point B has never been this fun. In addition to the enjoyment you will get from the engine itself, the car has an amazing stereo system made by one of the best in the audio industry, Harmon Kardon.
Cons
The only con I see about this vehicle is it's poor gas mileage. Due to the in-line 6 engine that makes this car so fun, it's is not fuel efficient.