2018 BMWX1 xDrive28i

  • VIN: WBXHT3C38J5K20494
  • Stock: P9816
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Location Details
    Odometer
    28,958 miles
    Fuel Economy
    22.0/31.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Silver
    Interior Color
    Other
    BMW X1
    • Carfax One Owner

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 16
    • Horsepower: 228

    Dealer Notes

    Clean CARFAX. CARFAX One-Owner. 22/31 City/Highway MPG Odometer is 5846 miles below market average!
    With over 60 years of Family Owned Experience. We provide excellent customer service which includes: Free car washes available with services, courtesy transportation, rental cars available on site, free towing to our CraftMaster Body Shop. We also offer customer amenities that include: coffee, bottled water and snacks. Where customers send their friends! Awards:
    * JD Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, Initial Quality Study (IQS) * JD Power Initial Quality Study (IQS)

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

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    Overall4.1Out of 5
    • I love it , but.........

      By Terry on Thursday, July 16, 2020

      5.0
      Every time I get in his car I fall in love with it all over again. However, I do have one complaint. As so many others have pointed out, the ride it a bit stiff and noisy (by BMW standards). I believe beyond all doubt that this is due to the run flat tires. They are notorious for causing a stiff and noisy ride. BMW compensates for this on their high end models by fine tuning the suspension and beefing up the noise abatement. Obviously they can’t afford to do this on an entry level car. What they should do (at no extra net cost to them) is offer the X series with regular tires standard and the run flats as an optional upgrade. Once people experience the famous smooth “BMW” ride on their entry level car, there’ll be no more complaints.
    • Nice small SUV, but with some flaws

      By M1985 on Sunday, April 12, 2020

      4.0
      We’ve had this car for a few weeks now, and I purchased this after owning a loaded 2016 BMW 3 series that has been a fantastic high quality daily driver for almost 5 years with zero maintenance issues. The engine and transmission shine. The X1 has great pickup off the line or overtaking on the highway. Fuel efficiency is also great. Once at highway speed on final gear on cruise control, the X1 is consistently in the mid 30 MPG range. The standard driving mode is “comfort” which is powerful enough for me, but switch into sport and the X1 transforms into a much zippier car. No need for anything more powerful. The ride is firm, but not uncomfortable. At highway speed, the road roar is a bit louder than I’d like. The X1 also corners at speed well with little body roll for an SUV. The interior is in general nice, but BMW definitely cut corners in some places. For example, the knobs feel too plastic-y and clicky compared to higher end BMWs. Almost inexcusably, the power symbol on the center console volume knob rotates with the knob all the way around as you turn it. Little things like this could be easily fixed by having a 2-piece knob, but not having it makes the trim look very cheap. There are also a lot of hard plastic surfaces at hip level and below, and cheap looking high gloss plastic pieces that collect fingerprints all over the center console. It’s not terrible, but you would expect this in a much cheaper Toyota or Mazda, not a BMW. The X1 really should also have blind spot assist and adaptive cruise as standard features as much less expensive Japanese models already have these features as standard. Overall it’s a fun small runabout SUV with some small flaws that take away from the “luxury” factor.
    • Absolutely Terrific Automobile

      By Bob on Thursday, May 26, 2016

      5.0
      I am always skeptical of auto companies touting “NEW & IMPROVED” or “COMPLETELY REDESIGNED.” But, in the case of the BMW 2016 X1 it is the ABSOLUTE TRUTH. I traded in a 2014 X1 2.8i X Drive in against this one and there is a world of difference between the two vehicles. The interior is well appointed, ergonomically friendly and seemingly much larger and roomier than the 2014. The I Drive electronics interface is WAY, WAY, WAY improved from 2014. I disagree with the articles I have read that state this vehicle doesn’t drive/handle as well as the First Generation X1 because it is FWD. I have found the handling characteristics extraordinary in any of the three available driving modes. And I am still astounded as to how much torque there is from such a small engine. One stomp on the accelerator will change your thinking if you think this little puppy is underpowered.

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