Filed under: New York Auto Show
Opinions found at the Autoblog table of most auto show press rooms are usually in concert, but every once in a while, we fail to come to a consensus. This 2013 BMW X1
is one such cause of discord, you see, as some of us think it belongs only on European streets, while others insist it will find enough homes here in North America.
The smallest of Bavarian crossovers has been available in overseas markets for a while now, but with its unveiling here at the New York Auto Show
is preparing to launch it in the North American market. And along with it, the tallish wagon has received a facelift and interior rework.
When deliveries begin at American BMW showrooms this coming September, buyers will be able to choose between two twin-turbo engines - the 245-horsepower sDrive28i (in rear-wheel-drive) or all-wheel-drive xDrive28i, and the 306-hp X1 xDrive35i. The first and last are U.S. exclusives.
Pricing? Glad you asked. The X1 sDrive28i will carry a $31,545 price tag - including $895 in delivery fees. The churns-at-all-fours xDrive28i commands $33,245, and the 306-hp xDrive35i can be yours for $39,345.Continue reading 2013 BMW X1 becomes America's most affordable Bavarian CUV
2013 BMW X1 becomes America's most affordable Bavarian CUV
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