2016 BMW X1
41,288 Miles
$21,399

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 BMW X1
16,843 Miles
$24,999

Orlando, FL
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2016 BMW X1
35,400 Miles
$26,989

Smyrna, GA
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2016 BMW X1
55,625 Miles
$23,998

Tolleson, AZ
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2016 BMW X1
30,795 Miles
$26,500

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2016 BMW X1
10,456 Miles
$32,000

Beaverton, OR
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2016 BMW X1
33,806 Miles
$29,900

Huntington State, NY
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2016 BMW X1
24,761 Miles
$26,450

Cary, NC
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2016 BMW X1
13,430 Miles
$27,300

Atlanta, GA
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2016 BMW X1
42,015 Miles
$25,600

Cleveland, OH
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2016 BMW X1
20,507 Miles
$27,800

Dallas, TX
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2016 BMW X1
27,293 Miles
$26,489

Mankato, MN
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2016 BMW X1
31,688 Miles
$26,995

Warwick, RI
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2016 BMW X1
41,505 Miles
$25,755

Des Plaines, IL
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2016 BMW X1
58,932 Miles
$25,000

Madison, NJ
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2016 BMW X1
26,424 Miles
$28,756

Moreno Valley, CA
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2016 BMW X1
22,636 Miles
$31,900

Huntington State, NY
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2016 BMW X1
15,689 Miles
$30,878

Rochester, NY
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2016 BMW X1
40,513 Miles
$26,900

Seaside, CA
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2016 BMW X1
16,480 Miles
$31,994

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2016 BMW X1 Buyer's Guide

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

2016 BMW X1 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 BMW X1 - One for "1st place."

Sarah
San Antonio, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
When initially looking at X1's, I was upset at the salesman for even mentioning it. However, 2016 ushered in a completely revamped and upgraded X1 from BMW. When I first saw it, I thought it was actually an X3, the X1's bigger brother. My wife and I immediately fell in love. I was built off a different platform than the outgoing model, new engine, and the same technology that was offered on higher-end BMW's (despite the X1 being somewhat "entry-level." The initial build quality is terrific. The doors sound solid when closed. The seating position(s) provide plenty of visibility without feeling like you're going to hit your head on the roof. There are so many options that are available for it (if you want to pay a premium) that it can possibly do most of what you ask of it. We have the g... (more)
Story
Like all BMWs that my wife and I have owned, we like to drive it around curves on a day trip to certain locations. We packed up our dogs and a small travel bag. We were able to carve up some roads (to the best of the X1's ability) to the middle of no where and then use the available all-wheel drive feature and take it off road a little bit (nothing too crazy). We camped out of the back of the ... (more)
Pros
The looks of the new body style X1 are incredible. It's a small cross-over/SUV but looks sporty enough to not look likes it's trying to be something it's not. We have the optional Heads-Up-Display (HUD) that is extremely nice for non-distracted driving. Also, it's professionally done and presented with the projector being hidden in the dash. I mention this because Mazda offers a HUD where a cheap-looking plastic shield comes up for the projection. The interior is also another great aspect of the vehicle. It offers comfortable seating and is quite spacious despite being a smaller vehicle. C... (more)
Cons
Despite being okay with the inline four-cylinder engine with a turbocharger, I still wish that they offered BMW's buttery inline 6. The heads-up display doesn't work well with polarized sunglasses. I understand the principle between how the HUD works and how polarization works for glasses; however, I wish they had a different approach that worked better. I have to tilt my head to the side to see what is on my windshield. There have been some bugs in the programming of certain features. Nothing that is too dramatic, but they are annoying. For example, when they vehicle is started, the drive... (more)

2016 BMW X1 - The BMW X1

Thomas
Dallas, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The BMW X1 is a nice family car with a sporty side to it. A five seater in total with a nice-size trunk to fit all you need. You can go anywhere in this car your family desires. The built-in navigation system helps to get you to your destination. A smooth ride the whole way, with pick up and go, when you want to get on highway. You have to pay close attention to make sure you do not get a speeding ticket.
Story
I was getting on the highway when I first got my car. I gunned it and my head hit the headrest cause it has so much get up and go. I now have to pay attention to my speed so I don't get a speeding ticket.
Pros
My favorite features about the X1 is the start/stop. When I am at a stand still or a light, the car turns off and then when I take my foot off the break, it starts up again. It saves gas and the environment, as well. I also like how the controls are in the middle console of the car for easy access for the driver and, if needed, for the passenger. The get up and go for the car is another plus that I love.
Cons
The back seat is not as spacious as I would like. With two teenagers and a elementary age child it could use more room. But, when I only have two, the middle seat folds down for a cup holder and rst area for the arms. Maintenance for the car is pricey, but you pay for what you get. It is a BMW.

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