Full X1 Pricing Released at New York Plus Over 100 Pictures Including M Sport Package

by Mark Jurista on April 4, 2012, 4:09 pm
BMW X1 xDrive28i

We knew that there would be an onslaught of information coming at the New York Auto Show but the level of detail is beyond what we expected. We have gotten pricing including options/packages as well as a chance to see the M Sport package in person on the X1 xDrive35i. We have a ton of information to process and have some more exciting details for you about the X1 to share in the coming days.



What you are probably interested in the most is pricing and we have MSRP base 2013 X1 pricing and option pricing -

2013 BMW X1 Base MSRP Pricing
  • X1 sDrive28i - $31,545
  • X1 xDrive28i - $33,245
  • X1 xDrive35i - $39,345
MSRP price includes destination and handling charges

2013 BMW X1 Option Pricing
  • xLine (ZXD)4 - $1900
  • Cold Weather Package (ZCW)5 - $700
  • Driver Assistance Package (ZDA)6 - $950
  • Light Package (ZLP)7 - $1200
  • M Sport Package (ZMP)8 - $3000
  • Ultimate Package (ZMV)9 - $6650
  • Premium Package (ZPP)10 - $3950
  • Technology package (ZTP)11 - $2500
  • Servotronic - $250
  • 18" Light alloy double spoke wheels - $600
  • 19" Light alloy double spoke wheels - $1200
  • Chrome-line exterior trim - $250
  • Panoramic moonroof - $1250/included with ZPP
  • Heated front seats - $500/include with ZCW
  • Aluminum or Light Fineline Wood trim - $500
  • Satellite radio with 1 year subscription - $350
  • Harman Hardon surround sound system - $875
  • BMW Apps - $250
  • M Sport leather steering wheel with paddle shifters - NC
  • Nevada Leather upholstery - $1450/included with ZPP
  • Metallic paint - $500

Option Ordering Details and Prerequisites
  • 4 - ZXD - 18" light alloy Y spoke wheels, Dark Copper high gloss trim (NC) or Fineline Bay matte wood trim (+$500), Leatherette upholstery or Nevada Leather (+$1450). Cannot be combined with ZMP
  • 5 - ZCW - Heated Steering wheel, heated front seats, retractable headlight washers. Cannot be ordered with ZMP.
  • 6 - ZDA - Rear-view camera, Park Distance Control (PDC). Requires ZTP.
  • 7 - ZLP - Xenon headlights, adaptive light control, ambiance lighting, automatic high beams. Requires ZPP
  • 8 - ZMP - Sport suspension, 18" M light allow double spoke wheels or 19" light allow double spoke wheels with performance run flat tires (+$600), Performance Control, high gloss roof rails, sport seats, aluminum dark brushed cross wide trim, M Steering wheel or M sport leather steering wheel with paddle shifters, aerodynamic kit, shadowline exterior trim, anthracite headliner, increased top speed limiter. Cannot be ordered with ZXD or ZCW.
  • 9 - ZMV - Drivers Assistance Package (ZDA), Premium Package (ZPP) and Technology Package (ZTP).
  • 10 - ZPP - Universal garage door opener, Comfort Access keyless entry, panoramic moonroof, auto dimming mirrors, power front seats with driver seat memory, lumbar support, interior mirror with compass, Nevada leather upholstery.
  • 11 - ZTP - Navigation system with Voice Command and Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI), BMW Assist with enhanced Bluetooth and USB.
NC - No Charge





We also had a chance to check out the X1 M Sport package and have the pictures to prove it in the official X1 photo gallery. Here is a teaser but hit the link to get all the pictures:



Ordering starts soon with production beginning July 2012 and deliveries starting in September. Who is going to be the first member with an order in?

See the full X1 Gallery from the New York Auto Show
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37 responses to Full X1 Pricing Released at New York Plus Over 100 Pictures Including M Sport Package

TMQ commented:
April 4, 2012, 6:50 pm

Sounds like good value to me. I think it will do well in the U.S.

Would be perfect for my wife.
Jon Shafer commented:
April 4, 2012, 7:36 pm

Nice job!

BMWofBloomfield commented:
April 4, 2012, 10:59 pm

September arrival is the official ETA for the US. Ordering guides will be finalized and available by mid May. Nice pics. They look a lot better than I thought they would. That M-Sport is rather nice looking! Thanks for the pics!
cruise_bone commented:
April 5, 2012, 12:30 pm

Is that Valencia Orange?
m8o commented:
April 5, 2012, 1:43 pm

Anyone find "specs" released yet, which lists weights?
tim330i commented:
April 5, 2012, 2:40 pm

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Originally Posted by m8o View Post
Anyone find "specs" released yet, which lists weights?
Not yet, we should have it soon. Stay tuned.

Tim
AzNMpower32 commented:
April 5, 2012, 3:21 pm

Nice little crossover, great for those who liked the E83. Not interested though.
pix335i commented:
April 5, 2012, 3:26 pm

I just updated the photo gallery with some new pictures of the X1 xDrive35i with M Sport that we took this morning. They are definitely better pictures than the ones from yesterday

http://www.bimmerfest.com/bmw-photos...ork-Auto-Show/
m8o commented:
April 5, 2012, 3:58 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by pix335i View Post
I just updated the photo gallery with some new pictures of the X1 xDrive35i with M Sport that we took this morning. They are definitely better pictures than the ones from yesterday
http://www.bimmerfest.com/bmw-photos...ork-Auto-Show/
Wait... it's relegated to the downstairs back corner of the Javits Center?!!!! Hahahaha .... guess they had to put something in that lower-level floor space they rented with all the other trucks and SUVs.

BTW, what kind of "credentials" does someone have to have or present to be eligible to get in early during press week? I mean, if I might take photographs for an online forum or blog but not be a writer, would that make me eligible? Ties to forums/blogs are a very loose affiliation. It's not like a forum provides "credentials" that can have much meaning beyond its members on said forum. Wondering how it all works.
pix335i commented:
April 5, 2012, 4:00 pm

The car didn't make it to the convention center in time to make it to the main floor on the 1st day. It was up there today with the main BMW booth.

As for credentials, you would need to talk to the specific show organizers for specifics.
Cy3 commented:
April 5, 2012, 7:10 pm

2013 still rockin halogens...some things never change :sigh:
nsfw commented:
April 5, 2012, 8:32 pm

Can it be assumed that the X1 destined for the US will be made in Toluca, Mexico? Wonder if there will be a chance to do Euro Delivery of the X1 made in Leipzig?
Lavalamp425 commented:
April 5, 2012, 8:38 pm

It appears that you have to order the M Sport package to get the sport seats. Any chance they'll be available as a standalone option or in combination with another package?
brkf commented:
April 6, 2012, 1:21 am

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Originally Posted by Lavalamp425 View Post
It appears that you have to order the M Sport package to get the sport seats. Any chance they'll be available as a standalone option or in combination with another package?
All the options are on the photos. If you want sport seats, 3k for the M Sport package.
Axel61 commented:
April 6, 2012, 8:25 am

I waited 2 yrs for this launch and the car looks lovely to bad DIESELS are not coming, and BTW I could not wait any longer so I decided for the 335d the last of its kind with I6 turbo diesel!!!
Lavalamp425 commented:
April 6, 2012, 1:11 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by blueguydotcom View Post
All the options are on the photos. If you want sport seats, 3k for the M Sport package.
I asked because the 28i they have on display clearly has the sport seats but does NOT have the M Sport package.
Dragon2012 commented:
April 6, 2012, 2:21 pm

Is split folding rear seat a standard feature of X1? I don't see it in part of any packages or options. Thanks!
mx22 commented:
April 6, 2012, 3:55 pm

Looks like nicely optioned 35i will run around 50k... I'm going to head to the car show right after the work today, though I'm now not sure I would be willing to pay so much for it...
AzNMpower32 commented:
April 6, 2012, 4:58 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dragon2012 View Post
Is split folding rear seat a standard feature of X1? I don't see it in part of any packages or options. Thanks!
As with any SUV and the X3, the rear seat will split fold. It's just the 40:20:40 splitting feature that is optional for the US.
brkf commented:
April 6, 2012, 8:04 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by Lavalamp425 View Post
I asked because the 28i they have on display clearly has the sport seats but does NOT have the M Sport package.
Don't think it'll change much. Maybe you're right and a sport package will be an option on the 28i. My wife and I see no reason for the xDrive so a X1 sDrive28i with sport, leather, butt warmers could serve as a replacement for her Audi. I won't buy a car without xenons but she will...
mx22 commented:
April 6, 2012, 11:11 pm

Just got back from the show. Much to my disappointment, all of the BMW's were closed (right next to them Jaguar had XKR-S coupe and cab opened) so I did not get to sit inside. Judging outside appearance only, I did not like the orange car in the pics above - it's OK, but just doesn't have a catch to it. I loved the blue car however, so I guess M package is a must for me if I get around to getting X1. I'm going to call BMW of Manhattan rep next week and see what needs to be done (apparently they already have a few people in line for X1).

P.S. I know its not related to this section, but M5... no words, that car is gorgeous...
RPMFUN commented:
April 8, 2012, 2:37 pm

I think the starting price is a bit hefty since the X3 is not much more. I think 29K for the x drive would have been good
TMQ commented:
April 9, 2012, 2:45 am

It's a 6K difference with X3, I think that's pretty substantial.

Those who don't need AWD will save a bit more.

The ZMP package gives it a sports suspension - this is a first in the BMW's current SAV lineup. With Performance Control, this would turn out to be quite a nimble and sporty SAV, even though without a 6mt.
pix335i commented:
April 11, 2012, 11:29 am

We finally got the walkaround video of the X1 up. First is the xDrive28i and after is the xDrive35i with M Sport.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-gG8QJlf3Y
3ismagic# commented:
April 11, 2012, 12:24 pm

So ED invoice for a 28i xdrive should be about $28.5K?
Itgb commented:
April 11, 2012, 2:58 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by 3ismagic# View Post
So ED invoice for a 28i xdrive should be about $28.5K?
I think that's right on the money.

Or $27,050 for a 28i sdrive.
jdeday commented:
April 11, 2012, 10:21 pm

What, no side marker turn signal on the fender? Is this a cost cutting measure?
tim330i commented:
April 11, 2012, 10:22 pm

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Originally Posted by jdeday View Post
What, no side marker turn signal on the fender? Is this a cost cutting measure?
They're in the mirror now, just like the F30 3 series. I believe this is a EU regulation issue.

Tim
tim330i commented:
April 12, 2012, 2:55 pm

For those struggling to read the option pricing and all the option prerequisites from the order sheet photos (I know I was) I typed out all the pricing details. Check the first post for the updated 2013 BMW X1 pricing and option pricing.

Tim
TeeZee commented:
April 12, 2012, 3:50 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by blueguydotcom View Post
Don't think it'll change much. Maybe you're right and a sport package will be an option on the 28i. My wife and I see no reason for the xDrive so a X1 sDrive28i with sport, leather, butt warmers could serve as a replacement for her Audi. I won't buy a car without xenons but she will...
At the show, Jurgen told me the Valencia Orange X1 had the XLine package. The description for XLine does not specifically state sport seats so not sure about sport seats in that

XLine Package (ZXD) - 18" light alloy Y spoke wheels, Dark Copper high gloss trim (NC) or Fineline Bay matte wood trim (+$500), Leatherette upholstery or Nevada Leather (+$1450). Cannot be combined with ZMP.
///M Boy commented:
April 16, 2012, 12:40 am

I was there Saturday the 14th sooooo sick! The i8 looks even more amazing in person along with the matte blue M3 they had so sexy!
bredi commented:
April 25, 2012, 2:08 am

I really thought they would do something ingenious to stir the pot and offer an x1 diesel as an option.

Bummer. It would be the perfect car for it. AWD, torque-ee diesel, good mpg, small and nimble. All the things a potential anti-big suv consumer doesn't like about gas guzzling oversized SUVs, but does understand the appeal of an AWD, cool, aggressive, lifted stay-wag.

That would be too perfect. oh well. not getting one now.

I'm starting to think BMW likes frustrating its customers. No Car For Yu! OKHD.

uh oh.
tim330i commented:
April 25, 2012, 10:28 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by bredi View Post
I really thought they would do something ingenious to stir the pot and offer an x1 diesel as an option.

Bummer. It would be the perfect car for it. AWD, torque-ee diesel, good mpg, small and nimble. All the things a potential anti-big suv consumer doesn't like about gas guzzling oversized SUVs, but does understand the appeal of an AWD, cool, aggressive, lifted stay-wag.

That would be too perfect. oh well. not getting one now.

I'm starting to think BMW likes frustrating its customers. No Car For Yu! OKHD.

uh oh.
When we interviewed Juergen Urban who handles X1 Product Planning & Strategy we were giving the impression that a diesel engine is in the pipeline. Read the full interview here -

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=614135

Tim
SilverX3 commented:
April 26, 2012, 2:15 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by TMQ View Post
Sounds like good value to me. I think it will do well in the U.S.

Would be perfect for my wife.
man it's cheap there

49,900 for the base 2WD 2 litre petrol with no option and vinyl seat

$70K AUD (1 AUD = 1.03 USD) for 2 litre diesel with sport leather seats, GPS, sunroof and xenon

you guys live in a lucky country
iamthewalrus commented:
April 26, 2012, 11:20 am

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Originally Posted by SilverX3 View Post
man it's cheap there

49,900 for the base 2WD 2 litre petrol with no option and vinyl seat

$70K AUD (1 AUD = 1.03 USD) for 2 litre diesel with sport leather seats, GPS, sunroof and xenon

you guys live in a lucky country
Well, yes and no. If you experienced our traffic every day (and our underinvestment in mass transit), you'd wish that cars and gasoline were more expensive.

-James
San Francisco, CA
X3 Skier commented:
April 26, 2012, 11:43 am

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Originally Posted by iamthewalrus View Post
Well, yes and no. If you experienced our traffic every day (and our underinvestment in mass transit), you'd wish that cars and gasoline were more expensive.

-James
San Francisco, CA
What traffic?

Steamboat Springs CO
m8o commented:
May 6, 2012, 11:03 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by m8o View Post
Anyone find "specs" released yet, which lists weights?
Quote:
Originally Posted by tim330i View Post
Not yet, we should have it soon. Stay tuned.
Tim
If anyone else was wondering, based on the X1 weight on the international BMW site and weight diff between a #28i & #35i vehicle, I surmise the X1 35i will be around 3800 lbs, and X1 28i about 3660 lbs. A bit heavier than I was hoping they would be, but whelp, they are pretty sizeable cute'utes as opposed to the Countryman.