The 2018 BMW X1 is the Do-It-All Small Crossover You've Been Wanting

The days where hulking, truck-like SUVs reigned supreme are fading away; and small, sporty crossovers like the 2018 BMW X1 are talking the lead. This subcompact luxury SAV from BMW brings all that we love about a versatile crossover, with the style and performance of a sports car. For 2018, trim levels include the BMW X1 sDrive28i and X1 xDrive28i.

Plenty of Premium Cabin Options

Thanks to a variety of "tier" options within the 2018 BMW X1 lineup, there's a lot of room to customize and upgrade the interior; including with options like a heated steering wheel, heated front seats, premium leather upholstery, and striking wood trim. Even if you choose the base model, though, the BMW X1 is well-equipped with driver-seat memory settings, and a seven-speaker audio system.

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Sharp Exterior Styling

With advanced body-styling options like the fresh xLine Design and the aggressive M Sport Design, the somewhat-subtle 2018 BMW X1 can be had in a variety of flavors. No matter which you choose, though, this compact crossover brings aerodynamic and eye-catching style from front to back. Its smaller, shapely outside is optimized for tight city driving, but still delivers plenty of strength and muscle to go just about anywhere.

Economical Engines That Still Can Thrill

For drivers who prefer the sportier and confident feel of AWD, the BMW X1 does offer standard xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive on its so-named xDrive28i trim level. Regardless of trim, tier, or package option, though, the agile new 2018 X1 comes standard with a smooth eight-speed automatic transmission and a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, together making 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.

Technology and Safety Features

Surround yourself in luxury and security in the new 2018 BMW X1, with options like Apple CarPlay smartphone integration and wireless charging, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a Harman Kardon surround-sound system. Choose safety packages for automatic high beams, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and front collision warning and mitigation.