BMW beefs up it X1 line-up with new entry-level sDrive18i variant, listing from $45,900+ORC and available from February 2018.

BMW IS EXPANDING its X1 range with the addition of the sDrive18i arriving in February 2018. The sDrive18i runs a 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine making 100kW and 220Nm torque. This is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. It features the latest-generation iDrive6 infotainment system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen.

Fitted as standard with the xLine exterior line (M Sport package is available as a cost option), the new X1 sDrive18i offers, as standard:

  • Front and rear park distance control
  • Cruise control with braking function
  • Rear view camera
  • Parking assistant
  • LED headlights with cornering lights
  • High-beam assist
  • Driving Assistant including speed limit info, lane departure and forward collision warning
  • 18-inch BMW light alloy wheels
  • Automatic tailgate operation
  • Real-time traffic information
  • Foldable rear seats with 40:20:40 split
  • Instrument panel with 5.7-inch TFT display
  • Colour 6.5-inch infotainment touchscreen
  • Speed Limit Info

The Convenience Package ($1500):

  • Interior rear-view mirror with anti-dazzle function
  • Seat adjustment for rear seats
  • Automatic air conditioning
  • Lights package

The Innovations Package ($2600):

  • Driving Assistant Plus
  • Navigation system Plus
  • BMW Head-Up Display
  • ConnectedDrive Freedom including Concierge Services

The Comfort Package ($2700):

  • Comfort Access
  • Electric seat adjustment for driver and front passenger, memory function
  • Lumbar support for driver and front passenger
  • Exterior driver-side mirror with automatic anti-dazzle function
  • Seat heating for driver and front passenger

“The BMW X1 has been a mainstay of our product lineup for several years now,” said BMW Group Australia CEO, Marc Werner.

“In 2017, it has proven to be our number one seller across all segments, which is a strong confirmation of the X1’s blend of value and capability,” he said.

BMW X1 range pricing+ORC

X1 sDrive18i


X1 sDrive18d


X1 sDrive20i


X1 xDrive25i



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