Introducing the 2013 BMW X1

x1International favorite is a blend of everything you love about BMW

This year’s New York International Auto Show was especially exciting for us at Princeton BMW because it brought the U.S. premiere of the 2013 BMW X1. Already an established favorite in markets around the world, America will now
be treated to this luxurious, performance-oriented Sports Activity Vehicle.

Blending sedan-like driving dynamics with SUV utility, the 2013 BMW X1 offers the best of both worlds. With a low, aggressive stance and sleek, muscular curves, the X1 is sure to catch eyes. And, with premium interior surfaces, cutting edge technology, and exquisitely tuned instrumentation, drivers and passengers will enjoy the ride as much as admiring bystanders.

The variants of the BMW X1 offered in the US market will be powered by BMW TwinPower Turbo gas engines. This package of technology consists of twin-scroll turbocharging, High Precision Direct Petrol Injection, VALVETRONIC variable valve timing and Double-Vanos variable camshaft control. In both the award-winning 6-cylinder inline engine under the hood of the BMW X1 xDrive35i – developing 300 hp – and the 240 hp 4-cylinder engine powering the BMW X1 sDrive28i and BMW X1 xDrive28i ensure instantaneous power delivery, impressive acceleration and exceptional efficiency.

Even better? The American version of the X1 is lighter and more efficient than ever before. Innovations like Brake Energy Regeneration and Auto Stop-Start functions seamlessly push efficiency even further.

This incredible vehicle will hit stores beginning in the fall of 2012 and will start at just $31,545. In the
meantime, stay tuned to Princeton BMW for more updates.

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