The second generation of the junior crossover BMW X1 (F48) debuted at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September 2015. Changes (there are many of them) affected the design and the line of motors, gearboxes, chassis design, and equipment. The crossover is built on the new UKL1 front-wheel-drive platform, making it the first front-wheel-drive model with a transverse engine in the BMW X range. As before, the crossover is available in mono and all-wheel-drive variants (sDrive and xDrive). The basic version of the BMW X1 sDrive18i equipped with a three-cylinder 136-horsepower turbo petrol engine. The most potent versions – xDrive25i and xDrive25d – are fitted, respectively, with two-litre petrol and diesel turbo engines with the same output of 231 hp, while in dynamics, the diesel version loses to the rival by only 0.1 s.
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