BMW’s second-generation baby SUV looks to improve on its predecessor’s faults…
A few months ago we had the opportunity to drive BMW’s X1 xDrive25i in Austria and now the Munich-based marque’s premium compact crossover has arrived in South Africa. X… Read more →
BMW has released the pricing of its new X1 SUV. The range will include both petrol and turbodiesel derivatives, as well as two- and four-wheel… Read more →
When the first-generation BMW X1 was at the height of its success, it accounted for one in every ten BMWs that rolled out of new… Read more →
Jörg Bartels, Sales boss for BMW M, made it clear that no model in BMW’s model range is exempt from receiving an M-treatment. “I will… Read more →
BMW South Africa has announced a recall of some 50 000 previous-generation 1 Series, 3 Series, Z4 and X1 models. This forms part of an… Read more →
BMW South Africa has launched the updated X1 on the local market. The firm hopes that the revised model line-up, with interior and exterior cosmetic… Read more →
BMW is planning to dispense with the rear-wheel drive platform for its second-generation X1 compact crossover in a bid to improve practicality, increase interior space and realise greater cost-savings by sharing underpinnings with the Mini Countryman.
BMW’s facelifted X1 range will arrive in September 2012, bringing with it a host of exterior and interior design tweaks, a revised engine line-up and the introduction of new model lines and specification.
The new BMW X1 xDrive28i will be the first four-cylinder petrol model with BMW TwinPower turbo technology. Along with the introduction of this technology, the German company also launches a new generation of it 2,0-litre petrol engines.