2013 BMW X1
60,682 Miles
$12,699

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2013 BMW X1
42,842 Miles
$13,199

Hollywood , FL
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2013 BMW X1
62,411 Miles
$13,599

Miami, FL
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2013 BMW X1
57,088 Miles
$16,998

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2013 BMW X1
30,542 Miles
$22,998

Gastonia, NC
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2013 BMW X1
37,022 Miles
$19,998

Urbandale, IA
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2013 BMW X1
51,328 Miles
$16,998

Ontario, CA
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2013 BMW X1
57,210 Miles
$16,998

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2013 BMW X1
55,792 Miles
$17,599

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2013 BMW X1
57,846 Miles
$17,998

Merriam, KS
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2013 BMW X1
41,456 Miles
$13,485

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2013 BMW X1
74,492 Miles
$17,998

Rosenberg, TX
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2013 BMW X1
70,469 Miles
$12,981

Katy, TX
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2013 BMW X1
64,280 Miles
$16,988

Norman, OK
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2013 BMW X1
81,041 Miles
$13,200

Erie, PA
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2013 BMW X1
34,663 Miles
$19,232

South Bend, IN
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2013 BMW X1
45,364 Miles
$15,870

Corpus Christi, TX
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2013 BMW X1
39,738 Miles
$20,981

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2013 BMW X1
60,903 Miles
$14,995

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$14,802

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2013 BMW X1 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.5

2013 BMW X1 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 BMW X1 - Best crossover ever!

Nathaniel
Northwest Harbor, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
When I first got the BMW X1 as a loaner, I hated it because it looked like a boring vehicle. While driving it to a nearby IHOP, I noticed how great the turning radius was. It was extremely easy to pull in and out of parking spots. The blind spots are pretty much non existent. After I was done eating, I had to take the parkway home, and boy, was I surprised. The car handled extremely well. It felt tight around turns and stable. I was super impressed, and I told my husband to give it a test, but he shot it down quickly, thinking exactly what I thought about an hour earlier. After some hassling, he tried it and he was also shocked by how amazing the handling was. I had the loaner for almost a month, and the hatchback was so great for putting bigger items in. I went from a typical sedan to... (more)
Story
My husband and I are car enthusiasts and had a fun Montauk run with our friends. This car was able to handle all the roads that our friend's sports car did.
Pros
AWD, handling, fold down back seats, and nice interior.
Cons
Car is a bit narrow. I cannot have two car seats next to each other. Trunk space is narrow. No air vents in the back.

2013 BMW X1 - Great crossover

DPA
Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.0
Eight speed, four-cylinder is well tuned and provides get up that you would expect from a BMW or similar luxury vehicle. The X1 has a relatively light frame which helps in that department too. I would rate the handling at 7/10 as the steering can feel a bit heavy at slower speeds, but it is a dream at cruising speeds. The eco-mode option, which boosts fuel efficiency at the expense of some power, is a nice option, but I rarely use it unless I'm low on gas. The vehicle has a tiptronic shifting option on the center shifting knob which would appease some but never sees any use from myself. The interior is finely done with premium leather and the sound system is comparably premium. The X1 has electric front seats which comes in handy as the leg room in the back is a bit cramped if trying ... (more)
Story
Driving it home from the dealership with the radio blasting and my wife singing along.
Pros
The best features in the X1 are its drivability and aesthetics. The 2013 model looks very modern and sleek and sits low as most modern crossovers do. In fact, if the rear end height didn't extend back so far, this car would be nearly indistinguishable from a 3-series sedan. I like the leather seats, which are racy-looking while still being comfortable. The driver seat is positioned well in the cabin and leaves you with a very good view of your surroundings with almost no blind spot.
Cons
My biggest con would be the lack of legroom in the backseat. However, as I rarely sit in the back, its no big deal to me. (6'2'' 200 lb.)

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