How to spec a BMW 1 Series
Our guide to BMW's family hatchback covers which options to pick, which to avoid and how much to pay for it all...
Driving Assistant (£390)
This package brings safety equipment including automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and a driver attention monitor to the 1 Series. We reckon anything which improves safety is worth going for, so it's definitely something we'd add.
18in alloy wheels (£1175)
You can specify larger alloy wheels on your 1 Series, but they don’t do the car’s ride any favours. Best to save your money and stick with the standard 16in alloy wheels instead.
How to buy your ideal BMW 1 Series
- Model: 118d SE 5dr [Nav / Servotronic] Step Auto
- List price: £27,260
- Target Price: £25,158
- Options we'd add: Media Pack Professional (£900), Interior comfort package (£460), Park distance control, front and rear (£295), Comfort Access (£350), Adaptive M Sport suspension (£750), Driving Assistant (£390)
- Cost of options: £3145
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