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2011 BMW X1 M Sport

BMW announced the availability of the M-Sport package on the X1 series with the launch of the X1 xDrive28i . And the first market to actually offer it is the British one. In there the model will be priced at £26,615 OTR ($42,500 at the current exchange rates) for a BMW X1 18d sDrive M Sport and £27,710 OTR ($44,000 at the current exchange rates) for 18d xDrive M Sport.

The M Sport package will add 17-inch star-spoke M alloy wheels, chrome plated door sill finishers with M designation, High-gloss Shadowline exterior trim for the window surrounds, M Sport multi-function steering wheel, Sport seats and Anthracite headlining.

The BMW X1 xDrive18d and the BMW X1 sDrive18d are powered by a four-cylinder diesel engine that delivers 143 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque and sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 10.1 seconds and 9.6 seconds respectively , while top speed is 121 and, 124 mph respectively.




8 comments:

Test drove X1 with 2.0 twin scroll turbo with 241hp. 0-100kms in 6.7 sec.

Oh no! What’s happening here? I find the performance is lame! i better choose the crossover version of Audi compare to this one!

Well, the exterior is great and the front is amazing especially on those wheel! However,I wasn’t impressed with the performance of the car its less powerful!

I’m looking for the reduced cylinder turbocharged engine. And I personally,want to see a two door hatchback and in AWD type for space efficiency.

The new version on it upgrades some sort of style to make it more efficient and the engine quality makes it better,that makes the packages high rates.

The BMW X1 xDrive18d and the BMW X1 sDrive18d are powered by a four-cylinder diesel engine that delivers 143 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque and sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 10.

It’s just a body kit, some wheels and a few M logos and everyone knows that. They’ve been offering them on basically every model for about ten years now,
it’s just like Audi S-Line packages. Just be glad that, for now at least, there isn’t an actual X1 M in the pipeline.

The M Sport Package will feature the usual tweaks, including enhancements to the suspension and styling, but will stop short of any engine revisions.

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