BMW X1 M Sport xDrive20d

₹ 4,099,000
Air Conditioner:
Power Windows:
Power Steering:
Steering Adjustment:
Central Locking:
Cup Holders:
Folding Rear Seats:
Alloy Wheels:
Tubeless Tyres:
Sun Roof:
Front Fog Lights:
Rear Wash Wiper:
Anti Lock Braking System:
Air Bags Driver:
Air bags passenger:
Leather Seats:
Child Safety Locks:
CD Player:
Colours:Mediterranean Blue, Estoril Blue, Chestnut Bronze, Sparkling Brown, Black Sapphire, Atlantic Grey, Mineral Grey, Glacier Silver, Platinum Silver, Alpine White, Mineral White
Overall Length(mm):4439
Overall Width(mm):1821
Overall Height(mm):1612
No of Doors:5
Seating Capacity:5
Fuel Capacity:51 litre
Fuel Type:Diesel
Fuel System:CRDi
Maximum Speed:219
Zero to Hundred Kmph:7.8
Front Suspension:M Sports Suspension (Double joint strut front axle)
Rear Suspension:M Sports Suspension (multi-arm rear axle)
Front Brakes:Ventilated Disc
Rear Brakes:Ventilated Disc
Wheel Type:18" M Light alloy wheels Double Spoke style 355
Wheel Size:18
Tyres:Bicolour (225 / 50 R18)
Torque:400 Nm / 1750 RPM
Minimum Turning Radius:5.8
Mileage Highway:22.2
Mileage City:19.16
Mileage Overall:20.68
Engine Type:DOHC 4 Inline Diesel Engine
Power([email protected])192.64 PS / 4000 RPM
Displacement cc:1995
Bore and Stroke:84 X 90 mm
Other Features:

The best feature of the M Sport kit is the segment first head-up display which shows more than just speed, including turn by turn navigation data, audio information and the door open warning.

All the variants get – LED headlamps with cornering function, rain sensing wipers and auto headlamps, dual zone climate control, an auto-dimming inside rear view mirrors, push button start and  auto start-stop.

For Safety there are six airbags, ABS and a comprehensive stability control package.

Only the top M model has – leather seats, the larger iDrive screen with a touch-sensitive controller, HUD and the M Sport visual goodies.


The car doesn't offer keyless entry.

Ride is quite plush on smooth roads but tends to thud through surface height changes, speed breakers and potholes.

Brakes are slightly grabby in traffic.

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