How Much Does a Fully Loaded 2023 BMW X1 Cost?

The 2023 BMW X1 is the latest iteration of BMW’s small luxury SUV. It’s bringing forward all of the best parts of the 2022 BMW X1, with minimal changes. Perhaps its biggest change is its look – it’s more fluid, with a more obvious, in-your-face look. It’s also slightly bigger. Here’s how much the 2023 BMW X1 will cost you, and what that price includes. 

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How much does the 2023 BMW X1 cost?

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The 2023 BMW X1 price starts at $39,595 for the base model xDrive28i, according to Car and Driver. For that price you’ll get a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder engine that makes 241 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. This is matched to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. 

The new BMW X1 has 18-inch wheels and comes with a 10.7-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster. It’s compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also has a navigation system, power tailgate, and “several driver assistance features.” In addition, the BMW X1 has ambient lighting and dual-zone climate control.

The new BMW X1 is bigger than its predecessor

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If you loved the 2022 BMW X1 but wish that it was a bit roomier, the 2023 BMW X1 will make you happy. It’s got more space, with a longer wheelbase. It’s also a little taller and wider, meaning you’ll have more space all around. The added space of the new X1 also makes more room for extra features and add-ons to the exterior as well as the interior.

In addition to being larger, you’ll have lots of choices to customize the exterior of your 2023 BMW X1. Available options include a Design xLine package, or the Shadowline package, which adds gloss black mirror caps and exterior trim. If you want a sportier look to your BMW, you can look for the M Sport package. This includes adaptive suspension dampers, sport steering, and sport front seats.

The X1 has plenty of options

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While the 2022 BMW X1 also had a cheaper version, the sDrive28i, the 2023 BMW X1 will only offer the XDrive28i. However, you’ll get the chance to add on plenty of options like an XLine design package and a premium package. You can also add on heated seats and a heated steering wheel.

The 2023 X1 will also have lots of safety equipment like forward collision warning, blind-spot monitor, and lane departure warning. You’ll also get front and rear parking sensors in your new BMW X1. There’s also a Driver Assistance Professional package, which adds on adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, hands-free driving, and front cross-traffic alert.

If you’re in the market for a new luxury sport utility vehicle, the 2023 BMW X1 might be a good choice. It’s a small and sleek SUV with a ton of features and loads of ways to customize it. Even though there’s only one trim level available, you won’t miss the less expensive BMW X1. That’s because the XDrive28i comes with everything you could need in a package that you’ll love.

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