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By Cars.com Staff
September 25, 2013
New to the U.S. last year, the X1 is BMW's smallest crossover. It seats up to five people and is offered with a choice of turbocharged engines. The subcompact premium crossover segment is a new one, and recent entrants include the Mini Cooper Countryman and Buick Encore.
New for 2014 The BMW Assist communication system, which includes automatic collision notification, is standard and includes a 10-year subscription. Coral red leather with contrasting piping is now available with the M Sport Line.
17-inch wheels; 18- or 19-inch wheels available
Available adaptive xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights with LED halos
Available panoramic moonroof
Simulated leather upholstery; real leather available
Joystick-like gear selector for the automatic transmission