The 2013 BMW X1 build page is live, prices start at $31,545
The 2013 BMW X1 is offered in three basic trimlines – the rear wheel drive sDrive28i, the xDrive 28i and the xDrive 35i. The sDrive28i and xDrive 28i are both equipped with a 240 horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with an advanced 8-speed automatic transmission with manual shift controls with the sDrive model offering rear wheel drive while the xDrive comes with BMW’s advanced all wheel drive system. The xDrive35i is powered by a 300 horsepower, twin turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine, mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and an advanced all wheel drive system.
When you begin building your 2013 BMW X1, you are first asked to pick between the trim basic trimlines listed above. Once you select the basic trimline, you are taken to another screen where you are instructed to pick between one of four configurations for the model in question. In addition to a base package for each trimline, the three BMW X1 models can be upfitted with the X Line, Sport Line or M Sport Line packages. These three upgrade packages add the same features to the 2013 X1, regardless of which drivetrain configuration is selected and prices remain the same, whether these packages are applied to the BMW X1 sDrive28i, xDrive28i or xDrive35i.
- 2013 BMW X1 X Line adds 18” light alloy Y-spoke wheels wrapped in all season run flat tires, a variety of leather/ leathette interior finishes and unique interior hard trim available in either high gloss dark copper or matte wood. The X Line also adds$1,900 to the bottom line of the 2013 BMW X1.
- 2013 BMW X1 Sport Line package adds double spoke 18” alloy wheels fitted with all season run flat tires, black side mirror caps, a variety of leather/leatherette interior layouts, 8-way power adjustable sport seats with driver’s seat memory, and interior hard trim available in either gloss black or brushed aluminum. This package also adds $1,900 to the base price of each of the three 2013 X1 trimlines.
- 2013 BMW X1 M Sport Line adds similar double spoke 18” alloy wheels fitted with all season run flat tires to those found on the Sport Line, a sport tuned suspension system, gloss black roof rails, an aerodynamics package, 8-way power adjustable sport seats with driver’s seat memory, a 3-spoke M Sport steering wheel with paddle shifters, an anthracite headliner, M door sills, and the buyers choice of either a light wood trim or dark aluminum trim. This package adds $3,000 to the base price of the 2013 X1 sDrive28i and xDrive28i while the M Sport Package for the xDrvie35i is only $2,500 extra.
Once you have chosen which of the available trimlines for the 2013 BMW X1 you prefer as well as the upgrade package that you want, the configurator is very much like any other new model build page.
The 2013 BMW X1 sDrive28i carries a starting price of $31,545, which includes the $895 destination fee that is uniform across the model lineup. That price includes the buyers choice of two exterior colors (Jet Black, Alpine White) along with two interior choices (Beige leatherette, Black leatherette) but for $1,450, buyers of the basic X1 sDrive28i can opt for Beige or Black leather surfaces. Also, those who want to pick from a spread of 10 different metallic exterior paint options (Deep Sea Blue, Glacier Silver, Cashmere Silver, Black Sapphire, Mineral White, Valencia Orange, Mineral Grey, Midnight Blue, Sparkling Bronze, Marrakesh Brown) can do so for just $550 extra. Those who opt for the M Sport Line also get to add a unique Le Mans Blue exterior trim as well.
The xDrive28i models start at $33,245 with destination fee and the xDrive28i comes with the same standard and optional exterior and interior options as the rear wheel drive models.
After you have picked the trimline, upgrade package, exterior colors and interior trim for your 2013 BMW X1 sDrive28i or xDrive28i, you are taken to a page where you can select from additional option packages. There is a cold weather package that adds heated front seats and a heated steering wheel for $700, a $950 Driver Assistance Package that adds Park Distance Control and a rear view camera, a $1,200 lighting package that adds automatic high beams, adaptive light control, xenon headlights and ambience lighting, a $2,500 Technology package that adds navigation, voice controls, and Bluetooth, and a Premium Package that adds $3,950 to the final price while including a universal garage door opener, a power front passenger seat, auto dimming mirrors, keyless entry, a panoramic moonroof, and other interior finishes. Those who really want to load up their 2013 X1 can opt for the $6,650 Ultimate Package which adds all of the features of the Technology Package, the Driver Assistance Package and the Premium Package – with the Ultimate Package offering a discount of $750 compared to buying those packages separately.
While the xDrive28i models carry base prices (including destination) of $31,545 and $33,245, the 2013 BMW X1 price can climb in a major hurry. When fully loaded up, including the M Sport Package, the LeMans Blue Metallic exterior paint, the Ultimate Package, the Lighting Package, and all of the available goodies including a premium sound system, fancier interior trim, upgraded wheels, an upgrades steering wheel and the upgraded BMW maintenance program – the price of the rear wheel drive sDrive28i climbs to $47,515 while the all wheel drive xDrive28i carries a loaded up price of $49,215. When you perform a similar loaded up build of the 2013 BMW X1 xDrive35i (shown in the image on the right), the cost jumps from the base price of $39345 to $52,165.
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