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2022 BMW X1 Owner’s Manual


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2022 X1

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  • Manufacturer: BMW
  • Model: X1

The BMW X1 SUV first arrived on the scene back in the 2009 model year and is currently in its second generation as of 2015.

This 2022 BMW X1 doesn’t have a confirmed MSRP yet, but based on the current rate of $35,400, it’s estimated that the 2022 model will start from around $37,000.

There are no major changes for 2022, and the BMW X1 will come in two main trim levels, the FWD sDrive28i, and the xDrive27i .

The main difference is that the xDrive28i makes the X1 standard AWD, which is nice if you take the X1 off-road, but not entirely necessary for most drivers.

As standard, the powertrain in the 2022 BMW X1 doesn’t change: a 2.0L 228-hp turbocharged unit.

The transmission remains an 8-speed automatic. It can get from 0 to 60-mph in just 6.3 seconds, making it rather fast for its size and scale.

Those wanting more from the X1 but not willing to get the AWD model can augment it significantly with the M Sport Package, like the M3 and the M5.

This adds high-gloss roof rails, 18-inch M double-spoke bi-color wheels, and a laundry list of standard features.

M Sport standard features include ADAS additions like front collision warning, lane departure warning and more.

There’s also an aerodynamic kit, enhanced navigation kit and other additions that make it a good addition despite the added expense. It’s worth more to most drivers than an AWD addition.

The interior features either Sensatec fabric or Dakota leather in various color choices, and if you opted for the M Sport package you also get more supportive sports seats.

There’s an optional 12-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, easy-access infotainment controls, an 8.8 touchscreen, Apple CarPlay (but no Android Auto), USB ports and more.

The infotainment system is intuitive and easy to use, but perhaps not the most cutting edge.