Used 2013 BMWX1 xDrive28i Xdrive28i

  • VIN: WBAVL1C52DVR86163
  • Stock: PDVR86163
Odometer
98,038 miles
Fuel Economy
22.0/33.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Silver
Interior Color
Other
Body/Seating
SAV/5 seats
Transmission
8 speed automatic
Drivetrain
all-wheel drive
Engine
2.0L I-4 cyl
BMW X1 xDrive28i
  • Carfax Free

Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Rain sensing wipers
  • Speed sensitive wipers
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • Sport Line$1,900

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Recent Arrival! Clean CARFAX. Silver 2013 BMW X1 4D Sport Utility xDrive28i 2.0L 4-Cylinder 16V DOHC 8-Speed Automatic Steptronic AWD

Sign It Drive It has a comprehensive service facility complete with ASE MASTER Certified mechanics and advisors. ALL vehicles undergo an extensive Certification process to become eligible for SIDI Certification! All to prove one point: Only the best will qualify for SIDI Certification. Don't buy a car off the street and spend thousands "certifying" it with your hard earned cash at every turn! BUY SIDI CERTIFIED! 22/33 City/Highway MPG

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Awards:
* Ward's 10 Best Engines * 2013 KBB.com 10 Best Luxury SUVs * 2013 KBB.com Brand Image Awards

Reviews:
* If you want a small SUV with luxury amenities and European badge appeal, the BMW X1 may just be your ticket. The 2013 X1 also promises better fuel economy and spunkier performance than larger SUVs. Source: KBB.com
* Strong engines; sedan-like dynamics; quick acceleration; good fuel economy. Source: Edmunds
* Powerful engines; many standard features; cutting-edge technology; seductive style. Source: Edmunds

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • Great small SUV

    By Frankie D on Saturday, December 23, 2017

    5.0
    Great small SUV. It has lots of power and steers and handles like a sports car. Good mileage 24 in town 30-33 on highway. I am 6-2 tall and there is plenty of driver room for me. Turbo engine has great acceleration! Have 56,000 miles on vehicle with no repairs and still has original brakes. Nice standard stereo with eight speakers and Bluetooth. Winter package with comfort heated seats and steering wheel. Replaced run-flat tires with a better quality non-run-flat set for a more comfortable ride. No key entry and starting is also very convenient. Handles great in snow with all wheel drive and also has a four wheel lock when stuck in deep snow just to get going. It does not lock for on the road driving. A little small inside but FUN car to drive!!!!
  • From Mid-size car to a compact SAV

    By ahug215 on Monday, July 14, 2014

    5.0
    I've recently purchase a leftover 2013 BMW X1 28i model and have driven just over 500 miles. I loving this SAV every moment. Making the transition from a 2010 nissan altima to this BMW entry level SAV consist of a lot research with pro and cons. First, hats off to the BMW engineers for designing a 4 cylinder engine with so much power (go Turbo) at a low range of the RPM band, this is one of the reasons I purchase this car. In addition to the X-drive and the fuel saving with the ECO-Pro. Which, so far, I get about 26-27 mpg in city driving and 30 -33 mpg highway. The interior is classic BMW, it's a spartan design. If you don't like a spartan design, do not purchase this crossover. Speaking of crossover, BMW is one of the first manufacturer's in this segment. So, of course, during my research many automotive reviewers compare this car to Range Rover Evoque. I disagree, the SAV competitors are Infiniti EX-50 or the Audi Allroad. The design intent for these competitors are the same, small package, light offroad capabilities (i.e. dirt, snow) and increase cargo area. The BMW x1 interior is great, especially with the panoramic moonroof. This is give the SAV a very open feel. The seats are firm , but comfortable. The automatic shifter takes a little time to get use too, but after a couple trips around block it becomes second nature. The 40/20/40 rear seats give you alot of flexibility, but with a small car, the legroom is compromised. It's not as bad as you may think. The Infiniti ex-50 rear legroom is almost non-existent. The X1 is comparable to the Audi allroad, with a slight advantage to the allroad due to the overall length. I've X1 without the idrive, which I am glad I did , because with the USB connector near the shifter, I can plug-in my iphone 5 and perform a number of tasks - play and control my music, plus run the navigation app (Maps or Google maps) and get turn by turn directions, while listening to my music. You'll save yourself $2,500 but you will not get the rear view camera. BTW - the 8 speakers, 180 watts sound system sounds great. Dare I say better than a nissan altima bose system ..hmmm! The add-on cupholder is really tacky. How could the BMW engineers executed and build a well-designed engine, but couldn't design a place for the second cupholder - come'on guys! At this price range - that was seriously discouraging. There are a few minor dislikes (i.e. no power liftgate, radio controls -multiple steps, run-flat tires - expensive ) but after assessing the pro and cons, I had to review the whole package. The 4 years/50,000 free maintenance, BMW assist, warranty and other perks made this a compelling purchase into a luxury brand. Transiting from a mid-size to a compact SAV was not a easy decision, but a long day -this commuter has a smile on this face when he hit the gas pedal.
  • The Little Bimmer that Could!!!

    By Ydnarolf on Wednesday, October 02, 2013

    5.0
    I bought this car for my wife after she was involved in a car accident and have had it four days now and she is loving every minute of driving. Got the 2014 X1 X Drive with the panoramic moon/sunroof, memory driver seat, 18" run flat tires all for $35K out the door. I thought I negotiated well for the price since the sticker price was $34950. One tip for car buyers, decide on what model you want, research, stick to your price out the door (including sales tax and registration) and wait for the end of the month to shop. Dealers have to boost or achieve their quotas, therefore, much willing to deal. So far, everything has been great. The MPG is as advertised and it is so easy to maneuver. The panoramic moon/sunroof just makes it all better. This is her first BMW and surely not the last. The interior is roomy enough. She loves the memory feature on the driver seat as it makes it more convenient. The dashboard is a bit smaller that the other cars she owned. I will put in another review in about 10 months when we've had more miles driven.

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