The modelRead full BMW X1 review
Some premium family SUVs are more comfortable and better to drive, but you won’t find any that are more spacious than the X1. The pure electric range on offer in the plug-in hybrid versions are impressive, too.
The trimSee full equipment
Entry-level Sport is reasonably well equipped, with cruise control, a digital driver display, touchscreen infotainment, all-round parking sensors and a reversing camera.
The engineSee full engine specs
With 148bhp and a claimed 0-62mph of 8.9sec, the 18d isn't lightning quick, but it delivers flexible enough performance for most and feels just as punchy as the entry-level D165 diesel Range Rover Evoque.
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