February 28, 2019

2016 BMW X1 pricing and specs confirmed

2016 BMW X1 pricing and specs confirmed

All-new 2016 BMW X1 priced from $49,500.

2016 BMW X1 pricing and specs confirmed
2016 BMW X1 pricing and specs confirmed – BMW dealerships start welcoming the new second-generation X1 next month.

The latest generation of the popular BMW X1 will start to land in Australian BMW dealerships next month with prices ranging from a starting point of $49,500.

Bringing with it updated styling, including a more muscular stance and updated face, the new 2016 BMW X1 will initially only be available in xDrive variants, sDrive models will join the Australian line-up in December.

Being offered in four model grades – sDrive18d, sDrive20im, xDrive20d and xDrive25i, the new model also boasts more space for rear passengers and luggage space increases to an impressive 1,550 litres, this is aided by standard 40/20/40-split folding seats.

While standard equipment will include a reverse camera, front and rear parking sensors and an auto tailgate. BMW X1 sDrive18d, sDrive20i and xDrive20d come standard with 18” alloy wheels.

2016 BMW X1 pricing and specs confirmed
2016 BMW X1 pricing and specs confirmed – standard features in the 2016 BMW X1 include a reverse camera and lane departure warning.

BMW Group Australia Head of Product and Market Planning, Shawn Ticehurst, said the new BMW X1 is a step-up from the previous generation model.

“The all-new BMW X1 represents an advancement in every way over its predecessor,”

“As Australia’s love affair with SUVs shows no sign of abating, the all-new BMW X1 will undoubtedly make its mark with its attractive new design, considerable pedigree and competitive pricing.”

In other BMW news; BMW 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show update and BMW Group achieve best-ever August sales.

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