2016 BMW X1 Values

Select a 2016 BMW X1 trim level

2016 model year changes

The BMW X1 is all new for 2016, having been updated inside and out. Styling is now more in line with the rest of the BMW lineup and a new engine promises better efficiency. Interior space has been increased over last year's vehicle, making the 2016 X1 more practical, but at the same time, it hasn't gotten so big as to no longer be easy to drive in the city.

Competitive comparison

Practical with lots of interior room; Fuel efficient but powerful engine; BMW cachet; inexpensive base price

Special features for 2016

The BMW X1 is the least expensive vehicle in BMW's X lineup. It aims to bring buyers the utility and practicality of a small SUV without the boring driving experience that usually accompanies such a vehicle. Starting at around $35,000, the BMW X1 isn't as cheap as many of the vehicles in its class, but as befitting a premium brand, standard equipment levels are high and the X1 offers a driving experience that can't really be matched by anything in its class. The X1 offers a great combination of driving fun, interior room and smartly executed ideas; all wrapped up in a small SUV package.
The compact BMW X1 offers seating for five and a solitary, well-equipped trim level. Standard outfitting offers 18” premium alloy wheels, automated wipers, powered rear liftgate, two-zone climate control (automated), tilt and telescope steering wheel, powered and heated front seating, 40/20/40 split and fold rear seating, faux leather upholstery, 6.5” touchscreen console, GPS, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and seven-speaker audio system with HD radio. Options can add remote entry/start, smartphone integration, larger touchscreen, larger wheels, sport-tuning, run-flat tires, automated parking system, collision mitigation system, premium 12-speaker Harman Kardon sound system and more. Under the hood is a capable and turbocharged, 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine that makes 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.