You can view the 2019 BMW X1 owner’s manual further down the page underneath the image of the cover.
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The 2019 model year saw a number of changes in the BMW X1 SUV from the 2018 model year version. Most notably, there were a number of previously optional features that have been made standard. The 2019 model now has lane departure warning, forward collision warning, parking sensors and automatic high beams all as standard features.
One slightly strange feature change is the inclusion of built-in navigation and Apple CarPlay functionality, both of which are normally free, but BMW charged an annual fee for them in the 2019 X1.
The X1 is available in 2 trim levels, the sDrive28i and the xDrive28i, with starting prices at $35,945 and $37,945 respectively. The powertrain for both is a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine delivering up to 228-hp of smooth and even power. It’s a solid engine and gets an impressive 0-60 acceleration time of just 6.3 seconds.
Electrically assisted power steering helps to make on-road performance stronger, but the suspension is quite hard, a lot more like a sports car. Therefore, if you’re looking for a superlatively comfortable and quiet ride, you won’t get it in the 2019 X1.
The interior includes very refined and well-chosen materials, except for the glove box door which is cheap plastic, and the additional underseat storage under the front passenger seat is also out of sync with the otherwise well-appointed interior design.
A strong point can be found in the BMW infotainment system, which is easy to use and well placed on a standard 6.5-inch screen or optional 8.8 inch screen. For the best playlist experience, one can also opt for the 12-speaker Harman and Kardon sound system.
It doesn’t stop at luxury, either. The 2019 X1 has class-leading cargo space, with 27.1 cubic feet when the rear seats are up and 58.7 cubic feet when the rear seats are put back down. That’s a lot of daily luggage space.