The modelRead full BMW iX1 review
The iX1 is a practical choice and its performance is impressive. However, it's let down by a high price, a firm ride and so-so range between charges. Put simply, there are better electric SUVs available for the money.
The trimSee full equipment
xLine is well equipped, with adaptive suspension, cruise control, a digital driver display, all-round parking sensors and a reversing camera. Crucially, it also comes with smaller wheels that improve ride quality.
The engineSee full engine specs
This is currently the only version of the iX1. The ‘xDrive’ bit means four-wheel drive, and there are two electric motors – one driving the front wheels and one the rears. Together they pump out a whopping 309bhp, meaning 0-62mph can be dispatched in just 5.6 seconds.
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