2016 BMW X1 gets priced in Australia image

BMW Australia has officially announced the full pricing list of the brand new X1 generation.

According to the company, the model will become available in four different versions, the sDrive18d, the sDrive20i, the xDrive20d and the xDrive20i. The cheapest one will have a starting price of 49,500 AUD and it will be followed by the sDrive20i, which will be setting you back for 51,600 AUD. For the xDrive20d, customers will have to pay 56,500 AUD and for the range-topping xDrive25i, you will have to pay 59,900 AUD.

BMW says that on the sDrive18, on the sDrive20i and on the xDrive20d it has added an 8-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, except for the 18d which isn’t getting any paddle shifters, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, power tailgate, xLine styling package, rearview camera, park assist, sat-nav with real-time traffic info, Intelligent Emergency Call and Teleservices, Connected Drive Lifestyle, rear-seat adjustment, Driving Assistant with pedestrian warning, light city brake function, forward collision warning and lane departure warning, amongst others.

On top of these, the xDrive25i is gaining the 19-inch alloy wheels, the variable sports steering, the Comfort Access, the Navigation Plus system, the head-up display, the leather upholstery, heated and electric front seats with lumbar adjustment and so on. The two AWD models are bringing 140 kW and 400 Nm of torque, in the xDrive20d, and 170 kW and 350 Nm of torque, in the xDrive25i. The sDrive18d is coming with 110 kW and 330 Nm of torque and the sDrive20i is producing 141 kW and 280 Nm of torque.