BMW X1 review - can Munich's smallest SUV compete with rivals? - Interior and tech
BMW’s X1 is a sharp-driving junior SUV
Interior and Tech
The X1 benefits from BMW’s class-leading interior tech, meaning you get iDrive, Bluetooth and the option to spec a bigger screen and ‘professional’ navigation.
Fit and finish is excellent, while the revised switchgear and improved materials make the X1 feel more premium than its predecessor. It’s more than in-line with the competition too for quality and finish.
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