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19 BMW X1 results

2014 BMW X1 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Hawthorne, California
4.0
A very good car.
The 2.0-liter BMW Twin-Power Turbo inline 4-cylinder, 16-valve 228-hp engine is very impressive for its horsepower. The interior is very nicely done and lots of leg room for all the seats. The inbuilt music system is also very mice and the dashboard is very detailed and easy for one to use. The handling is very nice the servotronic vehicle-speed-sensitive power steering seems to have worked wonders on the X1. The 4-wheel ventilated anti-lock disc brakes with Dynamic Brake Control makes the breaking system very good too.
Rebecca
Rebecca
Anderson, South Carolina
4.0
BMW X1 S28i Nice!
The BMW X1 S28i is my second X1 vehicle. I must say I enjoy BMW's overall and I've had several but take my advice don't get the fully loaded model then downgrade to a basic model. My first x1 was fully loaded, sun roof, heated seats Sirius radio, power side windows, touch door locks the works. After having it for three months, someone hit me and my car was totaled. I couldn't find my exact car at the BMW dealership so I had to go to another dealership, and they had the car brought in. That was my first mistake, because they imported the car in I felt pressured to buy the car its still a great little car but it had none of the upgrades. The car like most BMWs have a smooth ride, but the s28i does not have any of the before mentioned upgrades only x28i. Both models are a bit noisy, my personal opinion they sound a bit like diesel cars but this just seems to be how they run with the turbo engine. Overall, I'm very happy with the car and would recommend.