2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i




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    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    Glacier Silver Metallic Description: There was less of a consensus about the size of the cargo area. The RAV4 drives better. Once there we were told that because we were getting a dollars off for military discount we were restricted to a set APR. With no clear direction from the people behind the car, the gulf between editors was quickly apparent.

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

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    If there's anything car enthusiasts enjoy, it's arguing about cars. We professional car reviewers are no exception, but in general, we tend to agree on whether a certain vehicle is basically good or bad.

    Sure, we argue semantics and degree of goodness or badness, but we tend to be on the same page if not reading the same paragraph. This cannot be said of the new BMW X1. Rarely is the staff so divided about a car, truck, or SUV. Ask one editor, and it's a great little luxury crossover. Ask another, and it's an affront to everything BMW used to stand for. It doesn't help, either, that the X1 isn't sure what it is. There's a roundel on the hood, but it's a Mini underneath.

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    It's based on a front-drive architecture despite those ads BMW used to run about how front-wheel drive sucks. It's a crossover, but it has the same cargo capacity as an all-wheel-drive 3 Series Sports Wagon and can't tow, either though it does have an extra 1. It's the smallest crossover BMW makes but still weighs 3, pounds as-tested. With no clear direction from the people behind the car, the gulf between editors was quickly apparent. We can't even agree on how it looks.

    Alisa Priddle thinks it looks nice, and Ed Loh finds it "very handsome. There's little consensus inside, either. I applied the same criticism to the interior as I did the exterior, but Seabaugh was more specific. Most of us agreed the front seats were terrible, with Mark Rechtin convinced they had "no business in a BMW.

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    There was less of a consensus about the size of the cargo area. The gulf didn't narrow much once we began driving, but it did narrow. Walton found the X1 "precise, predictable, and nimble," and it had better steering than the 3 Series; Cammisa declared it "excellent with great balance, good grip, and well-weighted though completely numb steering.

    Lieberman thought it handled "unremarkably" and found the driving experience "quite forgettable. Seabaugh said the "steering rack feels as if it's a Mini steering box on novocaine. Just dull, heavy, slow, and with no feedback. The RAV4 drives better. The X1 pulled 0. Despite our differences, there were places we mostly agreed. We all felt the powertrain was the best feature on the vehicle, and it showed on the test track. Our all-wheel-drive tester hit 60 mph in a spritely 6.

    Pretty good for a turbo-four making only hp and lb-ft of torque. The engine received high marks from many editors for smoothness and linearity. The eight-speed automatic was also widely praised for its quick, smooth shifts, although Markus thought the gear selection in Sport mode could be improved, and Rechtin got a couple hard shifts after a simulated panic stop.

    2017 bmw x1 xdrive28i

    The X1 also received near-universal praise for its off-road performance. Driven through deep silt and sand, the all-wheel-drive system acquitted itself brilliantly without engaging any special modes. The tires might not have impressed on pavement, but in the loose stuff, they dug in and kept the vehicle moving while the stability and traction control systems let the wheels spin and claw for grip rather than shutting everything down.

    What, then, does all that make the X1? Is it "a respectable, affordable, professionally executed entry level BMW SUV," as MacKenzie put it, or does it "fail to live up to the brand's values," as Seabaugh said? In this case, it falls right in the middle. It's not as terrible as some editors made it out to be or as good as others defended it as. For an entry-level luxury crossover designed and marketed to customers who have no idea which wheels are driven or why it matters, the X1 is perfectly adequate.

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