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2016 BMW X1

One of the biggest complaints about the old X1 was how cramped the interior was. With the 2016 X1, automotive writers agree that BMW has fixed this. The interior is much more spacious, with plenty of head- and legroom for all passengers.

Cargo space has increased from 47.7 cubic feet for 2015 to 58.7 cubic feet for the new model. Reviewers love how the optional sliding rear seat can allow for more cargo space or legroom.

Premium materials are used throughout the cabin. BMW’s iDrive system comes standard with a 6.5-inch screen and a touchpad controller; dashboard controls are well laid out. Automotive writers note the system is easy to navigate and responsive. The X1 comes with a load of standard equipment, including power front seats, automatic climate control, a seven-speaker audio system, and push-button start.

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