BMW Malaysia has just launched the all-new 2020 F40 BMW M135i in Malaysia alongside the 2020 BMW X1 sDrive18i
BMW Malaysia starts the new year rolling with the introduction of the new 2020 BMW X1 facelift.
BMW 530e PHEV shownAt BMW Group’s recent Annual General Meeting, the German carmaker announced
Which both the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 have, while the XC40 uses an 8-speed Aisin sourced automatic transmission
X1, X2 and 2-series, in identical state of tune (194 PS).A more powerful 251 PS version can be found
I have shortlisted the F48 BMW X1 sDrive 20i and I went to test drive it at the BMW event in Bukit Jalil
looks of it, the crossover definitely has an impressive array of safety features that puts even the BMW
BMW Group Malaysia ended 2020 with a total of 9,890 BMW and MINI cars delivered, down 5 percent from
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 is a subcompact luxury SUV that competes in the same realm as the BMW
BMW X1 sDrive 18i.Here’s the interesting part – the prior 5-year warranty and service package
It’s been a long time coming, but BMW owners in Malaysia can soon look forward to Android Auto
To be clear, the all wheel drive Mazda CX-30 is not a rival to the BMW X1, but as you know the imported
more than 600,000 units of the 1.5TD engine have been sold worldwide, itself a strong testament of its reliability
BMW is pushing ahead its ‘Power of Choice’ agenda as the next-generation BMW 5 Series and
At its current price, the Malaysian market Toyota RAV4 is priced in the same bracket as a BMW X1 (RM
imported model, the GLA will certainly be priced higher than an equivalent locally-assembled (Kulim) BMW
to arrive in Malaysia, its closest competitor in the compact SUV segment at the moment would be the BMW
Following the introduction of the 2020 BMW X1 facelift – in sDrive20i M Sport guise – earlier
No the CKD model wont be an AMG, but will feature AMG styling bitsThe BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe, which
And when it comes to reliability, three-cylinder engines are no longer just “budget” products
BMW Thailand is preparing for the launch of the locally-assembled (CKD) BMW X7.
First introduced back in 2009, the BMW X1 is the first-ever luxury crossover from the Bavarian manufacturer.It
exemption for CKD vehicles, heres a list for your reference.Quick access to CKD cars model pageBMW BMW
With the recent introduction of the CKD 2020 F48 BMW X1 sDrive18i on our shores, we set out to pit it
now on sale in the used car market for around RM 50,000, should you get this Proton but with Honda reliability
, we know that the 2020 Proton X50 will ride better than the Geely Binyue, have safer tech than the BMW
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The outgoing F20-generation BMW 1 Series is the only generation of the 1 Series that was assembled in
Price-wise, the Outback will compete with continentals like the BMW X1 and Volvo XC40 in Thailand.
BMW Malaysia recently unveiled the X1 Life Cycle Impulse (LCI, facelift in BMW lingo), alongside the
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The cross country competes with the Mercedes GLA, BMW X1. All reviewers are impressed by how comfortable is. I'm still researching on the reliability of that 2.0 litre turbo Volvo Engine. So there are no negative reviews about it.
@robkerry Family SUV is good for practicality. With JLR, just be mindful of reliability issues. Audi Q5, BMW X1 and X3 worth a look https://t.co/wri09TV61S
@CRCarsTom mini = mixed reliability. My Boss has a 2012 Cooper S with no issues. Wife has a BMW X1 extremely reliable.
@lorenmorris Benz A-Class, BMW X1 or X3, Mazda 6, Volvo XC40 … I like my Hyundai too, and Kias, but Toyota/Honda are the reliability kings. Honda being the more fun to drive between them
Anyone own a recent BMW X1? If so, what are your thoughts? Maintenance costs, reliability, driving experience? #bmwx1 #bmw
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I would say that you can't go wrong with either a Volvo XC40 or a Toyota RAV4 we sell them both and find them to be solid reliable cars that hold there value well. The Toyota RAV4 will be the most reliable out of the 2 and therefore the maintenance costs will be lower.
Don’t! Both have French engines! The BMW has the Peugeot engine that is shared with the Mini and the GLA has the Renault….
I really wonder how many answers are based on the actual driving or ownership experience !! I own the 2016 X1 and enjoy every moment spent in it since 1 year. I have test driven and compared every compact SUV under 50 lakh before taking a decision and it proved to be 100% right. A 190 BHP and 400 torque is something you rarely get in this price range. Its over priced in India compared to the global pricing, thanks to the ever greedy tax departments and the excess taxation done on cars, adding another misery as road tax which is around 20% in most states. If you are looking for pure driving pleasure, engine power, torque, looks, reliability and latest design element, there is nothing that comes close to an X1 as of today. I see people comparing to Evoque, thats a totally different price segment and less comfortable drive by any standard, because I have tested both.
Here in Europe we have a lot of organizations and car magazines that publish reliability research. As for actual data, I can give you three European sources on BMW reliability. United Kingdom (Auto Express) First there is Auto Express in the ,United Kingdom, that publishes Driver Power Surveys yearly. In 2016, the overall score of BMW was 91.37 (Source: ,Best cars to own: Driver Power 2016 results,) The top manufacturers were in order: Tesla Lexus Dacia Toyota Honda Mazda Suzuki Skoda Subaru Kia Renault MG Peugeot Porsche Mitsubishi SEAT Jaguar Mercedes Citroen Vauxhall BMW Volvo Audi Fiat Hyundai Ford Alfa Romeo Nissan VW Land Rover Jeep Mini Remember, this was in the UK, hence the MGs and Jags. Germany (TÜV) In ,Germany,, TÜV publishes reports on reliability of cars based on how many of them pass the routine inspection. In Germany, for 2–3 year old cars, BMW fared as follows: BMW Z4, 16th, 4,9 % had problems BMW X1, 20th, 5,1 % had problems BMW 3-series, 31st, 5,9 % had problems BMW X3, 33rd, 6,0 % had problems BMW 1-series, 50th, 6,7 % had problems BMW 5-series, 67th, 7,5 % had problems BMW X5, 67th, 7,5 % had problems In total, 132 makes and models included in the results. For 4–5 year old cars, BMW fared as follows: BMW Z4, 2nd, 6,0 % had problems BMW X1, 5th, 7,2 % had problems BMW 5-series, 11th, 7,9 % had problems BMW 3-series, 39th, 10,7 % had problems BMW 1-series, 48th, 11,2 % had problems BMW X5, 63rd, 12,6 % had problems BMW X3, 105th, 16,4 % had problems As you can see, BMW Z4, the sporty model, got the best reliability. Why? Probably the main reason is the low mileage. Finland From Finland, I can give again vehicle inspection data. For cars that are 5 years old (According to A-Katsastus: ,https://www.a-katsastus.fi/documents/10180/341797/A-Katsastus-vikatilastot-2015-05-vuotta-vanhat-2010-kayttoonotetut.pdf/d88dbdcc-4987-4b2c-ab82-ca78626a097f,): BMW 1-series, 21st, 3,43 % did not pass BMW 3-series, 24th, 3,67 % did not pass BMW X1, 52nd, 6,47 % did not pass BMW 5-series, 75th, 12,34 % did not pass Why are the results different in each country? As you can see, the results are quite different in different countries. I would say it depends greatly on: where and how it has been used which model and specification you have where it has been serviced First of all, there are the conditions. I live in Finland. We got ice and we got snow. Starting your car when it’s freezing outside is taxing on the engine. Salt on the roads corrodes the body of the car. Some makes and models handle winter conditions better than the others. Some German carmakers equip the cars that are imported into Finland with a special “winter pack”. This can include additional insulation, better heating modules etc. Then there is the service. If you service your BMW in Germany at an official BMW service, the service is probably impeccable. They use all original parts, they know what they are doing etc. If, on the other hand, you service your car at some no-name shop in a small village in a small European country… well, your results may vary. If you live in the US, I think all of these factors come into play.
I assume you are looking for something fun and practical. So, ,if buying an SUV is not the sticking point, get yourself a BMW 320d and call it a day. 2017 BMW X1 That is… reasoably priced, comfortable, practical (not SUV practical but it should handle the daily duties just fine) and with that RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) layout, a perfect driver’s daily. 2017 BMW 320d M-Sport But ,if an SUV is your thing, (Toyota) Fortuner should cut the mustard,. It’s reasonably priced, cheaper to own and run, and Toyota’s reputation for their aftersales service is only surpassed by their vehicles’ reliability 2017 Toyota Fortuner 2.8D 4WD
My current car is Hyundai Santro (2007 Model). This year she is going to complete 11 years with our family. I took Santro for many road-trips and I must say, it is comfortable, tough and reliable as your best friend. Overall, Santro is truly a family car. I also drove other car models like Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Swift, Dzire, VW Polo, Toyota Innova etc using self-driven car service. However, my dream car is this car - BMW X1 Everytime I see this car on the road, I couldn’t resist to appreciate its beauty, flawless handling, great looks and awesome features!
I would say the most reliable cars they make has more to do with what engine is in the car. The 6 cylinder motors seem to be smoother running and have problems. The twin turbo v8 found in the 550i for instance doesn’t seem to be quite as reliable as the motor in the 540i
Consumer Reports and JD Power say the X1 wins this matchup for reliability. The 500X is near the bottom of the rankings.
The Prius is definitely more reliable but not even in the same universe as the BMW and Mercedes when it comes to any automotive anything
No, BMW X1 doesn't have Security Alarm.
No, BMW X1 isn't available in Rear Entertainment.
Here are the Cupholders and variants of BMW X1:
|Variants||2020 BMW X1 sDrive20i M SPORT|
|Cupholders||2 Front, 2 Rear|