Used 2015 BMW X1 Pricing


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2015 Highlights

The 2015 BMW X1 carries over unchanged.

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Pros

  • Strong engines
  • sport sedan-like handling
  • quick acceleration
  • good fuel economy.

Cons

  • Small cargo capacity
  • cramped backseat
  • automatic stop-start system is intrusive.

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Used 2015 BMW X1 for Sale

BMW X1 2015 xDrive28i 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Mineral Grey Metallic Black leatherette44,740 miles
Used 2015BMW X1xDrive28i
List:$24,991
Est.Loan: $455/mo
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2015 BMW X1 xDrive28i 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V TwinPower Turbo Reviews: * Strong engines; sport sedan-like handling; quick acceleration; good fuel economy. Source: Edmunds * The 2015 BMW X1 is in its third year as an American citizen, refinements have been made but none were needed. This self-proclaimed sports activity vehicle is a celebrated part of the BMW X family and proves to be a unique member at that. Seen from the front, the X1 delivers a great sense of confidence. Wide wheel arches, a bold seven-slat twin kidney grille, and a new air intake vents in the front apron immediately signals the rugged BMW DNA. Additional cues, such as a chrome accent strip atop the twin Corona headlight rings, as well as an LED accent light, enhance the elegance. It can easily accommodate five adults, plus cargo. With a choice of upholstery, paired to a wide variety of trims, heated front seats and steering wheel, each interior is a customized work of art. BMW tweaked the interior trim materials while also offering new trim accents in gloss black, matte Coral Red or pearl-gloss Chrome. The X1 boasts seamless acceleration and handling, rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, and impressive fuel efficiency. Two engines are offered at 2L or 3L, both turbocharged, flaunting 240 to 300hp. If a driver selects BMW Assist, an emergency switchboard, navigation, and information services are ready all on an integrated screen. A rear view camera can provides visual parking aids. Standard equipment includes dynamic cruise control, rain-sensing windshield wipers with automatic headlight control, and automatic climate control. In addition, an eight-speaker, 180-watt sound system fills this SAV with concert sound, or easily upgrade to the Harman Kardon surround. Experience expanded features when you order the navigation system and Connected Drive Services. Subscribe to app-based services, including Online Entertainment and an ECO PRO Analyzer, to always be connected. Source: The Manufacturer Summary * Long list of standard features; cutting-edge technology; seductive style. Source: Edmunds CARFAX One-Owner. ****Options Include:. Please don't hesitate to call Yad @ 855-895-8768 or email 24/7 @ yad.Mohammedali@sterlingroyce.edealerhub.com he will be able to answer any and all questions! 32/22 Highway/City MPG

BMW X1 2015 xDrive28i 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Alpine White Sand Beige Nevada premium leather41,709 miles
Used 2015BMW X1xDrive28i
List:$19,998
Est.Loan: $364/mo
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BMW X1 2015 xDrive28i 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Jet Black Black leatherette29,106 miles
Used 2015BMW X1xDrive28i
List:$22,250
Est.Loan: $405/mo
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2015 4D Sport Utility Black 2015 BMW X1 xDrive28i AWD 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V TwinPower Turbo Odometer is 5395 miles below market average! Easterns Automotive Group has sold used cars in the Maryland, DC, and Virginia communities for over 30 years and has sold over 100,000 certified used vehicles. Every Easterns vehicle has passed a rigorous Multi-Point Quality Certification and a 7-day return policy so you can buy with confidence. 8-Speed Automatic Steptronic 22/32mpg 32/22 Highway/City MPG Easterns operates an open inventory and any of our cars can be transferred and purchased from any location. Easterns has six convenient used car dealerships around Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Search our vast inventory of over 1000 cars and remember at Easterns Your Job Is Your Credit. Reviews: * Strong engines; sport sedan-like handling; quick acceleration; good fuel economy. Source: Edmunds * The 2015 BMW X1 is in its third year as an American citizen, refinements have been made but none were needed. This self-proclaimed sports activity vehicle is a celebrated part of the BMW X family and proves to be a unique member at that. Seen from the front, the X1 delivers a great sense of confidence. Wide wheel arches, a bold seven-slat twin kidney grille, and a new air intake vents in the front apron immediately signals the rugged BMW DNA. Additional cues, such as a chrome accent strip atop the twin Corona headlight rings, as well as an LED accent light, enhance the elegance. It can easily accommodate five adults, plus cargo. With a choice of upholstery, paired to a wide variety of trims, heated front seats and steering wheel, each interior is a customized work of art. BMW tweaked the interior trim materials while also offering new trim accents in gloss black, matte Coral Red or pearl-gloss Chrome. The X1 boasts seamless acceleration and handling, rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, and impressive fuel efficiency. Two engines

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Safety

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    G
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    M
    Marginal
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating


Goldilocks Size, Gold Bullion Price
Replaced our 325iT because the new "Sportwagons" only came in AWD - out of our price range, heavy, and lower performance. A base model is affordable by BMW standards, but to get the rear-view camera, we had to buy the costly nav and "driver assist" packages. (This may not be true with the new X1 that's on the Mini chassis.) The best interior (IMO) is the extra cost Terra/Petrol leather (Milk chocolate with white/blue piping) which only came with the extra cost XLine Package that included 18 inch lower profile (harsher riding and more expensive to replace) tires. Not really for a large family of large people, but for our purposes, occasionally carrying four normal size adults, it's perfect. All that said, we stretched our budget for a well optioned car with a sticker of $49,500 and we love it. Downside: It came with run-flat tires, unrepairable, harder-riding and expensive to replace. The newer X1s can be had with a limited-service spare and non-run-flat tires.
fun exciting peppy little cuv - very pleased.
Very cool good looking high build quality vehicle with peppy engine and precise steering with good road feel but still highly comfortable and luxurious. If you are not looking for a big vehicle, then this is definitely the one to get since it is more practical than a sedan like 3-series, but with all its fun. It is not cheap as some people suggest - if you add up all the options that are standard on 3-series, it gets more expensive than a 3-series. So in that sense it is better since the options are just that - optional.
Sport Hatchback that BMW doen't technically make
I know that everyone is jumping in the small crossover SUV pool but the X-1 (in my opinion) doesn't really strike me as an SUV. What it strikes me as is a 3 Series of 2 generations ago, re-imagined as a sport hatchback. I've had mine for a couple months and I really couldn't be happier with my decision. Mine is loaded: Ultimate package, X-Line package, Adaptive Xenon Lighting package, Cold-weather package, etc. but I bought it as a dealer demo with 6,800 miles on it so it was about $8,000 or so below sticker. We are empty-nesters and my wife has a Ford Explorer so I really could have gotten by with a smaller sport sedan or even a coupe (I test drove both). However, I am a cyclist and backpacker so having a bit more utility in the vehicle I drive every day kind of put the X-1 over the top for me. Plus the price was lower than a 3 series or a 228i AND I really don't feel like I gave up much in the way of driving dynamics. With 240hp and 260 lb/ft of torque, there is simply gobs of power on tap in this 3,500 lb car. I got the rwd version (we don't get much snow if any) so it handles like a true German sports sedan. It's shorter (nose-to-tail), narrower and lighter than the 3 Series wagon and it's like 9 inches shorter (in height) than the X3 so it really is more of a hatchback than a wagon or SUV. I also like that it has 7" of ground clearance: not enough to introduce too much lean in the corners, but enough to not have to worry about hitting curbs and parking barriers in parking lots. It's a very nice touring car on your favorite 2 lane hwy (or even the interstate) and it scoots around town or back roads as zippy as you want to. It has plenty of headroom in front and back. Negatives? Leg room in the back is a bit tight for adults, only 2 will comfortably ride in the back (due to the transmission tunnel), and there's a bit too much wind and road noise on the interstate for a BMW (in my opinion--having owned BMWs before). All of that I can live with because the virtues of this car far outweigh the negatives.