D amit the Bavarians are expanding the engine range for the BMW X1 on a total of six engines: three petrol and three diesel.
New basic engine in the BMW X1 sDrive 18i
The new entry-level -X1, the BMW X1 sdrive18i, is fired by a 150 hp four-cylinder, which develops its maximum output at 6,400 tours. The maximum torque of 200 Newton meters is available at 3,600 crankshaft revolutions. Thus, the rear-wheel drive compact SUV should spurt from zero to 100 km /h in 9.7 seconds. The propulsion ends at 202 km /h. On average, the two-liter gasoline engine should be satisfied with 8.2 liters per 100 kilometers (CO2 emissions: 191 grams per kilometer). The standard manual six-speed gearbox can optionally be replaced by the well-known six-speed automatic, which is used as standard in the six-cylinder models and in the BMW X1 xDrive23d. The BMW X1 sDrive18i costs from 27,200 euros.
Another six-cylinder for the BMW X1
Even a bit faster than in the new basic X1 it is advancing in the new BMW X1 xDrive25i, which has all-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic as standard. Thanks to its 218 hp, which the six-cylinder in-line mobilizes at 6,100 revs, the standard sprint to 100 km /h should be possible after 7.9 seconds. The maximum torque of 277 Newton meters is at 2,500 tours, the maximum speed is quantified BMW to 223 km /h. Consumption is expected to level out at 9.3 liters per 100 kilometers on average (CO2 emissions: 217 grams per kilometer). The price for the BMW X1 xDrive25i is at least 37,850 euros.
In addition, from March BMW will also be offering the six-speed automatic transmission as an option for the BMW X1 xDrive18d, X1 sDrive18d and X1 sDrive20d models.