BMW X1 M Sport 2018 Best Offer in Sri Lanka
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â¢ Panoramic sunroof
â¢ Leather seats
â¢ 8 speed Constantly Variable Transmission
â¢ 5 doors | 5 seat SUV
â¢ Front Wheel Drive
â¢ 4-cylinder Petrol Turbo Intercooled 1.5L
â¢ Electric Leather Seats
â¢ Cruise Control
â¢ Paddle Shift
â¢ 19 Inch M SPort Alloy Wheels
â¢ Selective 4WD Radar Safety Brake Package
â¢ Automatic Transmission
â¢ Power Steering
â¢ Power Mirrors
â¢ Winker Lights
â¢ Power Shutters
â¢ Leather wrapped M Sport steering wheel
What makes theÂ 10Best winningÂ 2018 BMW X1 so good? Itâs quick, nimble, spacious, well built, and undeniably upscale. The turbocharged four-cylinder engine revs eagerly, and the X1âs ride is comfortable without sacrificing inspired handling. Hauling bulky cargo? The X1 succeeds there, too, making it a true dual-purpose vehicle for driving enthusiasts with an active lifestyle. Exterior styling could stand to be more expressive, but no one will mistake the X1 for anything but a BMW, and that alone may be attractive to potential buyers. Itâs the whole package, and in this highly competitive segment, an easy favorite.
What’s New for 2018?
BMW has rearranged the X1âs lineup for 2018 and now offers five distinct trimsâbase, Convenience, M Sport, Premium, and M Sport Premiumâeach with more features than the last. Only a few features are still offered as standalone options on non-Premium trims, including front and rear parking sensors ($800), LED headlamps ($950), Navigation ($950), and heated seats and steering wheel ($550). Some new features join the party for 2018: a backup camera is now standard, as is BMWâsÂ ConnectedDriveÂ in-car concierge service.Â Apple CarPlayÂ is now optional ($300) as is onboard Wi-Fi with wireless device charging ($500). A new colorâSunset Orange Metallicâreplaces Chestnut Bronze.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
BMW X1 M Sport 2018 Best Offer in Sri Lanka
There is only one engine and transmission pairing for the X1: a silky 228-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The turbo four provides plenty of pep as well as good fuel efficiency. In our all-wheel-drive test vehicle, we managed a 6.3-second zero-to-60-mph time, which is one of the quicker entries in this segment. Front-wheel drive is standard; the optional xDrive all-wheel-drive system puts most of the power through the front wheels, although up to 100 percent of the engineâs output can be directed to the rear when needed. The X1âs ride is firm, and it does not suppress the nastiest road imperfections; itâs more sports car than SUV in this regard. The X1 is outfitted with electrically assisted power steering, which filters out much of the tactility that makes driving BMWs a joy. However, the X1 has all the cornering ability anyone could want in a family hauler. In our roadholding tests, the BMW had the sharpest claws in its class.
EPA fuel economy testing and reporting procedures have changed over time. For the latest and most accurate fuel economy numbers on current and older vehicles, we use the U.S. Department of Energy’sÂ fueleconomy.govÂ website. Under the heading “Find & Compare Cars” click on the “Compare Side-by-Side” tool to find the EPA ratings for the make, model, and year you’re interested in.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
A well-made interior with rich leather, handsome wood trim, and intuitive controls make the X1 a smart choice in its class. Although the X1 offers many standard features, some common luxury items, such as a power-adjustable steering column and heated rear seats, are not available. The X1âs sun visors are narrow and donât provide complete coverage, but they do extend when in use on the side window. The standard seats in the X1 are firm and narrow; anyone but petite drivers will find them unsupportive and tight. We recommend the optional sport seats, as they provide more support and better contouring for average-size adults. Power adjustments are standard for the front seats, and four-way-power lumbar support is optional. With the largest cargo capacity in its segment, even beating some larger rivals, the X1 offers a lot of space for its compact shape. Several bins and cubbies dot the cabin and provide handy places to stash smaller objects, but the majority of storage is under the cargo floor.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The X1âs standard infotainment system is intuitive enough, and itâs easy to operate while on the go. Unfortunately, the systemâs response time is slow, and the fact that thereâs only one USB port is disappointing. Using a smartphone app, buyers can access their X1 remotely to lock the doors or activate the climate-control system. While driving, ConnectedDrive can also provide real-time traffic updates, emergency-call services, and apps for information and entertainment. The X1âs infotainment system bundles navigation, radio, telephone, and the carâs overall systems menu under the command of a rotary knob that fits comfortably beneath the driverâs right hand. The controller is surrounded by shortcut buttons for phone, nav, and other functions. The optional 8.8-inch screen is part of a $2550 Technology package that includes a head-up display. With the larger screen, a touchpad is incorporated into the top of the rotary knob. The lone USB port is located in the center alongside the single auxiliary input. Luckily, there are three 12-volt outlets that should provide additional charging opportunities for passengers.