2014 BMW X1 Values

Select a 2014 BMW X1 trim level

2014 model year changes

After its introduction last year, BMW has left the X1 unchanged for 2014.

Competitive comparison

Space-efficient packaging; easy parking and maneuverability; rakish exterior; strong performance; luxurious interior; extensive option possibilities

Special features for 2014

At about 175 inches long--a little longer than the Range Rover Evoque, a little shorter than the Audi Q5--the BMW X1 is roughly the same length as a compact sedan, so parking and maneuverability will be easy. It also makes more of available space than some other small crossover vehicles, thanks to a low cargo floor and flat-folding seats. And while the X1 offers a lot of practicality and versatility--as well as EPA fuel economy ratings of up to 33 mpg on the highway--it promises good performance. Even with the turbocharged 4-cylinder in its sDrive28i guise, the X1 can accelerate to 60 mph in just 6.2 seconds.
Carried over for 2014, the BMW X1 is a compact crossover SUV available in standard RWD and optional AWD. Engine options consist of a 2.0-liter turbo-charged 4-cylinder engine (240 hp) and optional 3.0-liter inline-6 engine (300 hp). A standard 8-speed automatic and 6-speed automatic transmission enable the X1 to achieve fuel mileage within an EPA estimated range of 24 mpg city and 34 mpg highway. Features include 18-inch wheels, adaptive headlights, leather upholstery, rear parking sensors, rearview camera, automatic climate control, panoramic moonroof, navigation, HD radio, and an M Sport Line package. Safety is comprised of hill descent control (HDC), dynamic stability control (DSC), advanced airbags, anti-lock braking (ABS), and tire pressure monitoring (TPMS). The X1 is backed by a 4-year/50,000-mile warranty.