New and Used X1 Prices, BMW X1 Model Years and History

BMW X1 Models

2021 BMW X1 trims

2021 X1

The small SUV known as the 2021 BMW X1 offers impressive gas mileage and a simple exterior paired with a much cleaner and advanced interior with its features.

2020 BMW X1 trims

2020 X1

A modest refresh inside and out gives the 2020 BMW X1 an updated look to match its surefooted handling and top-notch performance.

2019 BMW X1 trims

2019 X1

The X1 is BMW’s flagship luxury crossover SUV.

2018 BMW X1 trims

2018 X1

The X1 may be a small-size luxury crossover, but don’t that let that confuse you with the fact that it’s loaded with impressive standard features.

2017 BMW X1 trims

2017 X1

BMW’s X1 is a refined and luxurious compact crossover SUV that’s loaded with standard features.

2016 BMW X1 trims

2016 X1

The BMW X1 is a stunning and compact luxury crossover SUV that fully delivers on features and amenities.

2015 BMW X1 trims

2015 X1

An entry-level compact luxury crossover, the 2015 BMW X1 features two powerful turbocharged engines as well as a rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive model.

2014 BMW X1 trims

2014 X1

Carried over for 2014, the BMW X1 is a compact crossover SUV, available with optional AWD, capable of achieving up to 34 mpg highway.

2013 BMW X1 trims

2013 X1

All new for 2013, the BMW X1 is a compact crossover SUV available in standard RWD and optional AWD.

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About X1

Launched in Europe for the 2010 model year, the BMW X1 subcompact crossover vehicle made a long-awaited arrival in the United States for 2013. Sharing a platform with the BMW 3 Series sedan, the BMW X1 is provided as an affordable premium crossover utility with a dose of luxury. The 2013 model year BMW X1 was introduced with two available turbocharged powerplants. On the 28i model, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine provides 240 horsepower. The 2013 BMW X1 is available in the United States with the choice of a rear-wheel and all-wheel drivetrain when powered by the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine. BMW X1 28i models have a fuel economy of 23 miles per gallon city or 34 miles per gallon highway. Generating 300 horsepower, the xDrive35i model is propelled by BMWs TwinPower 3.0-liter inline-six powerplant. Paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode, the BMW X1 xDrive35i crossover can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5.3 seconds. The BMW X1 xDrive35i also comes standard with high-end features such as xenon headlights and a panoramic sunroof. With seating for five passengers, the cabin area of the X1 has the storage capacity of 27.6 cubic feet when the rear seat is up or 63.6 cubic feet with the rear seat is folded down. Standard convenience features found on the 2013 BMW X1 included automatic climate control, rain-sensing windshield wipers and cruise control. For the 2014 model year, the subcompact premium crossover received BMW Assist eCall and BMW TeleService.