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Showing posts with label BMW X1. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BMW X1. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

BMW Philippines To Launch 4 EVs, At Least 4 New Models In 2023


SMC Asia Car Distributors Corporation (SMAC), the official importer and distributor of BMW in the Philippines is set to have a very busy 2023 with the launch of all-new models. This was announced by its president, Spencer Yu, during their annual media thanksgiving party.

Friday, June 3, 2022

2023 BMW X1 Is Bigger, More Powerful, And Comes Fully-Electric Too


BMW is building on concepts pioneered by the X1 by releasing the all-new third-generation model of their premium compact SUV. The all-new 2023 X1 not only expands its standard specifications but also has increased interior spaciousness and a more premium ambience.

Sunday, February 23, 2020

The 2020 BMW X1 Gets Weaker Engine, But Becomes P800k Cheaper (w/ Brochure)


Together with the all-new 2020 1 Series, BMW Philippines has launched the refreshed X1 giving it aesthetic and feature updates, along with a significantly lower price tag.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Smile Because the All-New BMW 1 Series is Set for Its Public Debut This Weekend


Put a smile on your face, because the BMW Joyfest returns this February 21 to 23, 2020 at the Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

BMW Philippines is Cutting the Price of Its X1 by P 600,000 This April


Thinking of getting into the BMW brand for the first time? Well, BMW Philippines is offering a great entry into the world of sheer driving pleasure with special rates on its X1 and 1 Series this April.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Review: 2017 BMW X1 xDrive20d xLine


The moment you lay your eyes on the 2017 X1, you know there’s something not quite right with it. You rub your eyes for a second and stare again: the proportions are out of whack for a BMW. The long hood, short deck associated with the “Ultimate Driving Machine” has been swapped with something that’s stubby and MPV-ish. You pop the hood and see that the engine’s oriented the “wrong way” too—transversely rather than longitudinally. Is BMW mad? Have they lost the plot or is this an April Fool’s prank played several months too late?

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

First Drive: 2017 BMW X1 xDrive20d xLINE


There’s a big shift going on at BMW. After its first front-wheel drive offering, the 2 Series Active Tourer, here comes a compact crossover built atop the same platform: the second-generation X1. In as much as the 2 Series Active Tourer left enthusiasts scratching their heads discomfortingly, it’s more of a niche vehicle. That’s not the case with the X1. Moving some 730,000 examples in the past 7 years, it’s become an important part of BMW’s X family. They, therefore, cannot afford to get this one wrong.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

5 Reasons Why the 2017 BMW X1 is the Ultimate Urban All-Rounder


BMW created a stir when they created the Sport Activity Vehicle or SAV segment in 1999. At the same, premium SUVs were great to drive off the road, but not really good on it. The SAV broke that mold, offering BMW’s famed driving dynamics with a body style the world loved. The BMW X1 is the smallest among them all, and since the second-generation model arrives, here are 5 reasons why it’s the ultimate urban all-rounder.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Review: 2013 BMW X1 sDrive118d xLine

Photos by Ulysses Ang
As the first premium compact crossover, the BMW X1 was the trailblazer of the segment. After some three and a half years, sales have already exceeded 300,000 units worldwide. Of course, competitors have arrived and now, the X1 responds with a well-timed nip-tuck to meet a raft of new challengers. With its specially modified body design, upgraded interior, new range of BMW Lines, and new equipment, the BMW X1 delivers a more intense experience.

Monday, July 22, 2013

A Play Date with the 2013 BMW X1

Photos by Ulysses Ang
It began almost two weeks ago with the most “humble” of invites: a black box with the words “BMW X1: Let’s Play” printed on it. Receiving a three-dimensional, non-paper invite already made me feel special, but once I got to peek inside, it made it say, “Oh my god”. There it was, in all its glory, a brand-new BlackBerry Z10 (well, half of the participants received an Apple iPhone 5). It came with the strict instructions that it was to be returned after the drive, and yet, this made me feel like a million bucks. And this was just the appetizer.