- X1 F48 sDrive18d (2015-2021)
Sensor problems under 95,000 km
I bought a 2015 BMWX one diesel version and facing problem with the oil indicator which is showing faulty and BMW people said that’s out of the warranty but it’s only 95,000 km so I don’t think it’s a quality product. 95,000 km where is other brand is giving unlimited kilometres for seven years and this is under five years under 95,000 km. So called top brands don’t have trust on their quality. And from the beginning to till now it’s only been to BMW for servicing and all the works.
Purchased in June 2015 at BMW Dealers for $50,200.00.
Excellent car - best value for money
I love the x1 e84. It was the only range i could afford and i love it! The body and paint work is in excellent condition, I have the diesel engine and it is fast! As mentioned by others the fuel is amazing, 6-7L/100km on diesel prices!
The steering is stiff, but you can't feel it when driving, its turning the steering wheel stationery that it feels heavy. The engine is noisy (because diesel) but with the windows up you can't hear anything. Becareful with DPF warning lights, make sure that your car has the dpf cleaned (it is a very expensive fi...x). The price on these cars are fantastic, you can find really good used vehicles in great condition. Do research on these vehicles, get the car inspected, and understand that BMWS are very expensive to repair (parts are expensive). Overall I really love this car, It makes you feel better driving it, it looks amazing, has an amazing badge, good size and excellent power. You get what you pay for and I love the fact i own a BMW. Would i buy another one? yes. But only used ones not brand new.
Purchased in April 2020.
The one thing I love above all else with this car is the lack of cabin noise. It is so quiet and drives like a dream. Plenty of room and perfect for work and the family.
Purchased in March 2019.
Lovely small SUV, our family loves it!
We recently purchased a near new BMW X1 25i m sport. We have downgraded from a Ford Territory, which had become too big for us, now we don't have to carry prams (not to mention a petrol guzzler!). Fits a family of four easily. Can get two (large) car seats in the back when needed but is rare we have to use them these days.
Excellent on fuel
A lot of power and really grips the road. Steering feels tight and well controlled.
Lovely interior, full leather seats etc.
Huge electric panoramic sunroof.
Heads up display feature is awesome, predicts speed limits, displays directions etc.
Lots of safety features.
Boot space is good with even more under boot storage....
Purchased in June 2019.
- X1 F48 sDrive18d (2015-2021)
2016 X1 18d - best in its class (and price range)
This car has a stunning appearance and the drive is brilliant. Taking into account the price, i.e lower than an X3 and Mercs this is is worth a test drive.
Keep in mind that because it is alot cheaper than an X5 it does not have a premium feel like an X5 however it is certainly a better drive than Mazda and Hyundai's similar size vehicles, including top of the range Mazdas which have a similar price tag.
Purchased in October 2017.
Car hasn't had any problem so far apart from idrive screen shutting off which was easily fixed with the software update, car is very reliable and perfect for daily use. Highly recommend the X1.
Purchased in July 2016 at BMW Dealers.
Part of the family!
Had the car since 2016. Wife, kids and I loved it then and still love it today! Perfect for getting to places in style and safely. First time BMW and SUV driver. Would recommend.
Purchased in February 2016 at BMW Dealers.
Amazing car ! We got it at Hornsby BMW I cannot recommend them enough ! Their team is amazing. Just has our first service & their service teams amazing. Had no problems at all with the car. Beautiful to drive & great on fuel. Plenty of room in the boot & backseat
Fantastic Entry Level BMW
A BMW was never on my radar until I looked at a friends X1 and was surprised at how little it cost. Although I have the base model, it has plenty of features. I love the Sports Mode and automatic parking. The only negative is the number of subscription offers available these days to compliment the electronic equipment such as concierge, maps, apple play. Overall, a great car.
Love my Beemer
Just love it.
Beautiful to drive, great to passenger. Easy to clean.
Great vision, love the sunroof, upgraded and got the M Sports pack so love the leather seats and interior.
Fits four adults very comfortably and even the grandchilds baby seat.
Have the run flat tyres - which I'm not sure about.
Affordable BMW SUV
The new BMW X1 which has been refreshed is a great value SUV. Much more spacious than it's older model the latest X1 boosts more power, and is about the same size as older BMW X3's. I would recommend buying the top end model and negotiating a better price as it has a lot of included options rather than the lower models.
I love the overall performance of the car. Minimum noise, great handling. Interior is very modern and the LED screen is big enough. Very huge legroom even in the back rows. I added on the head up display which is a great feature, shows the speed and GPS on the windscreen which makes everything so much safer and easier to read while you are driving! Running costs very low as the car runs on diesel and $60 will give me 1000km on freeway. Never regretted, love this car!
Legroom is big, engine is zippy and fuel consumption is good, car handling is good and dynamic with its 4wd, perfect for family and with kids. Boot space is plenty, a huge improvement from its previous generation. Car design is huge step up and feels bigger than it actually looks
- X1 E84 (2010-2015)
I was looking for a SUV and was open to any make. I came across a used BMW X1 took it for a test drive and loved the look, feel and interior.
I first noticed the steering was really stiff which the sales person advised was standard for BMW and that I would get use to it. I have and it doesn't bother me. I feel safe as I feel in control of the steering wheel.
It's a bit more like a station wagon than a SUV but the size of the rear with fold down seats has been great since I recently moved house and fitted a lot of large items into the back.
- X1 F48 (2015-2021)
Truly Relaxing And Quiet
The BMW X1 surprises me every time i drive it. It can be just a quiet little mouse and just cruise around it everyday, but click it into sports mode and it's a little pocket rocket. I get lots of stares, i think mainly due to its daytime running lights and the incredible paint finish that just sparkles in the sunlight. I easily get 750 km per tank of fuel in city driving and i think (when i eventually) on a long drive might even crack 1000km. The climate control air con is great as well as all of the audio features. You can plug a USB thumb-dri...ve in with your music and play it through the system. There are 3 power jacks in the car front middle and in the boot area so you can power anything up. The auto up down tailgate (key remote) is very handy especially on wet days. I've found the seats to be very comfortable and love the fact that even the rear passengers can recline their seats. The BMW team at Canterbury BMW even included all servicing for the next 5 years in my deal. I will back for the next one in a couple of years. Who knows maybe an X4.
Purchased in February 2017.
Questions & Answers
Looking to buy a X1 SDrive 18d, 2010 model. It’s coming up for its 120k service. Can anyone tell me what that involves and how much it’s might be? I’m in Sydney.
Did anyone experience problem with right engine mount (defect code 2211010100 ) at an early age of the car (below 25k)? Also, clunking noise in front suspension cause by rubber bushings (defect code 3112013900)? These 2 issues are known defect related to manufacturer but it is not honoured by BMW Australia. Google search these Technical Service Bulletins and insist on warranty cover. Google these 3 TSB’s SI B22 02 17, SI B31 05 16, SI B22 02 17 and give a copy to BMW Australia.
You got a bad car. Bushings can worn out on any car, with engine mount cracked and bushing worn at 25k? That car has been driven very roughly and recklessly and obviously off road.
Car is driven only in the city and coastal drive on weekends.
I still love my X1 25i, although at 5 yrs and less than 45k kms - I experienced the engine mount issue and had to make urgent repairs in Sydney Just this week. Similar to you I do city driving too. My awesome mechanic agrees that this should be a known issue and typically affects the X1 and Minis given they share the same platform. The specific Component car part is question has been changed and modified since inception which suggest bmw had tried to resolve and make this part better. I put it down to being unlucky and just keep driving cos it’s still great!
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|Category||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs|
|Transmission||Automatic||Automatic and Dual-Clutch (DCT)||Automatic and Dual-Clutch (DCT)||Automatic|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Four Wheel Drive (4WD)|
|Wheels||18" Alloy||18" Alloy||18" Alloy||19" Alloy|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||4.7 L/100km||6.1 L/100km||5.4 L/100km||6.6 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||61 L||61 L||51 L||61 L|
|Engine||4 Cylinder 2.0L||4 Cylinder 2.0L||3 Cylinder 1.5L||4 Cylinder 2.0L|
|Max Power||110kW @ 4000rpm||141kW @ 6000rpm||103kW @ 6500rpm||170kW @ 6000rpm|
|Max Torque||330Nm @ 1750rpm||280Nm @ 1350-4600rpm||220Nm @ 1480-4200rpm||350Nm @ 1250-4500rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||Germany||Germany||Germany||Germany|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)||1,800 kg||1,800 kg||1,800 kg||2,000 kg|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)||750 kg||750 kg||750 kg||750 kg|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)||3 year(s)||3 year(s)||3 year(s)|
|Ground Clearance||250 mm||250 mm||250 mm||250 mm|
|Release date||Oct 2015||Oct 2015||Dec 2017||Oct 2015|
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