The German based automaker BMW has recently announced that the X1 facelift has been introduced to Malaysia in the xLine and Sport Line versions.
After the facelifted version of the BMW X1 has been presented to the public in April 2012 and right after that it was launched in the United Kingdom, the “new” model is once again being placed into the spotlights, this time with the car manufacturer announcing its Malaysian debut. Even if the BMW X1 facelift has been announced for Malaysia, the car company didn’t say anything about its price tag just yet, but in the UK, the model costs 24,660 GBP for the entry-level version.
The engine range in the facelifted BMW X1 is made out of three petrol and five diesel units, with the entry-level version coming as the sDrive18d in the SE trim level. BMW says that the top of the line X1 xDrive25d facelift is powered by the 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbo diesel engine, which is developing a total output of 215 BHP, with a peak torque of 332 lb-ft. This version can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.8 seconds, while returning an average of 51.4 mpg (UK) and emitting 145 g/km ok CO2. In the UK, the model will be available for order starting this July but there is no official word on when it will become available in Malaysia for the moment.