BMW X1 range expands with introduction of first petrol model for the UK. BMW Cars / 03-Feb-2013

BMW X1 range expands with introduction of first petrol model for the UK.

BMW X1 range expands with introduction of first petrol model for the UK.

From March 2013 the BMW X1 range will expand to include a new entry model and a petrol variant for the first time in the UK.
The new BMW X1 20i will be available in sDrive and xDrive, using the efficient BMW 2.0-litre TwinPower Turbo petrol engine with TwinScroll Turbo technology. This new engine emits just 162g/km CO2 (157g/km when fitted with the optional eight-speed automatic transmission) whilst still travelling from zero to 62mph in just 7.4 seconds, when mated to the standard six-speed manual transmission.
Further to the addition of the first petrol variants, there will be a new entry point to ownership in the X1 range with the introduction of the new BMW X1 sDrive16d. This new model emits just 128g/km CO2 and on a combined cycle delivers fuel economy of 57.6mpg, whilst still managing to get from zero to 62mph in just 11.5 seconds. 
From March 2013 all models will receive Servotronic steering as standard at no additional cost.
Available from March 2013 the BMW X1 is now available from just £23,930 OTR for a BMW X1 sDrive16d SE, while the BMW X1 sDrive20i SE is available from £25,450 OTR.
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