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The BMW X1 is good to drive, classy inside and hugely practical. It isn't as quiet or comfortable as the best family SUVs, but it's a fine buy if you fancy something a little more sporty.
The trimSee full equipment
This luxury focussed trim gets the following over SE: 18in bi-colour wheels, perforated leather seats, auto-dimming exterior mirrors, heated front seats and matt silver highlights on the outside. It's a bit too pricey to recommend, though.
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This plug-in hybrid model makes the most sense for company car drivers, thanks to its tax-friendly CO2 emissions. Charge up the battery and you'll get around 22 miles of pure electric motoring in real-world conditions.
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