2010 BMW X1 | Motor Desktop

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BMW created a new vehicle a decade ago when it launched the X5. vehicle received critical at its launch and continues to this day as a leader with 1.5 million worldwide. The popular X3 followed in and the X6 spawned a new niche in 2008.

Now BMW is poised to introduce the next of the X model line-up with the X1.

The new BMW X1 its key styling cues and practicality the X5 but shrinks it into a more and affordable package. The vehicle’s lines and command driving echo its larger stablemate, the five-seat configuration and 1,350 boot space provide load-lugging capability.

Power from a choice of three engines and, for the first on a BMW X product, the option to have (sDrive) or four-wheel-drive (xDrive) geometry. Third generation diesel technology ensures combustion.

The 1,995cc engine 143 hp while peak torque is 320 Nm 1,750 rpm through to 2,500 This equates to a zero to 62 mph of 9.6 seconds and a top speed of 124 mph for the rear-wheel-drive X1 SE. The X1 xDrive18d SE posts figures of seconds and a 121 mph top speed.

Both models are exceptionally efficient, capable of 54.3 mpg and mpg on the combined cycle respectively. The is EU5 rated and records 136 g/km and 150 CO2 emissions.


Offering a higher performance, the BMW sDrive20d SE and xDrive20d SE are offered. Powered by the same engine but in a higher state of these two models up the ante 177 hp and 350 Nm from 1,750 rpm to 3,000 This results in improved figures with zero to 62 mph in 8.1 seconds (8.4 for the xDrive20d) and a top of 127 mph.

As the flagship model the BMW xDrive23d SE is only as a four-wheel-drive variant. using a 2.0-litre engine, with twin-turbocharger technology, International Engine of the Year winner provides rapid that defies the model’s Activity Vehicle position. The 204 hp accelerates the X1 to 62 mph in just 7.3 seconds.

The flat torque curve a peak output of 400 Nm from rpm to 2,250rpm permits effortless The xDrive23d SE is an EU5 rated vehicle records 44.8 mpg on the combined and CO2 emissions of 167 g/km.

Most BMW X1s come as standard a six-speed manual gearbox. buyers of the xDrive23d have a Sport automatic gearbox gear change paddles a finger tip away from the wheel for sporty changes.

Start-Stop for greater fuel

EfficientDynamics plays a part in the BMW X1 with the introduction of Auto technology on an X product for the first Available on all manual transmission the system improves fuel figures. The BMW X1 also has the full of EfficientDynmamics technologies including Energy Regeneration, optimised optimum shift indicator and use of ancillary units to name a

The design of the new BMW X1 is stylish and sporting yet Sleek lines blend flared wheel arches to the car’s dynamic capabilities as the tapered roof line and track. Short overhangs and rear, typical of every ensure the best basis for handling.

The profile of the car belies an space that sees adults seated comfortably with their luggage.

and all the main controls and dashboard are angled towards the driver. A of storage compartments, trays and door pockets provides a of places to keep personal An owner that specifies one of the two satellite navigation systems the latest iDrive display, and Favourite Buttons gains a revised interior layout to the system.

The interior of the BMW X1 can be further enhanced by for the new Design package. This Sport seats in Oyster leather, Anthracite headlining and Wave wood trim. The theme continuing to the lower of the dashboard, all of the centre console and piping on the floor mats.

The BMW X1 on sale in the UK on 24 October, 2009 the sDrive18d and xDrive18d variants in December.

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