The 2016 BMW X1 will have a starting price of $35,795.
The German automaker has added the 2016 BMW X1 to its online configurator, revealing that the base model X1 xDrive28i will cost $3,945 more than the outgoing model. Part of that price increase can be attributed to the fact that the X1 is no longer available in rear-wheel drive and only comes equipped with BMW’s xDrive all-wheel drive technology. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine provides 228 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, giving it an estimated zero to 60 mph time of 6.3 seconds.
For the 2016 model year, it appears that the BMW X1 will only be offered in that trim for the U.S. market. The luxury crossover will come standard with 18-inch wheels, power front seats and a seven-speaker stereo system. According to the configurator, options include heated front seats for $500, a driver assistance package (parking assistant, park distance control and rearview camera) for $1,150, a Technology package (navigation, head-up display and enhanced USB and Bluetooth with smartphone integration) for $2,250 and a Premium package (panoramic sunroof, satellite radio, power-folding mirrors, lumbar support and LED headlights with cornering lights) for $3,250.
Opting for genuine leather in the interior will cost $1,450 additional while the company’s SensaTec material is standard.
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