BMW X1 News
It's BMW's top-selling crossover globally.
Ford's second-most popular vehicle by sales has failed a critical crash safety test, earning the worst safety rating of seven small SUVs tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for front passenger-side crash protection.
Don't get too excited about this new PHEV in the US.
Look away, there's a Japanese supercar on the list.
BMW will recall about 840,000 vehicles from the 2007-2015 model years to replace their Takata airbag inflators.
The 2016 BMW X1 offers more interior room, more technology, and improved efficiency. It might not be as interesting as the outgoing model, but it'll surely appeal to a broader set of luxury CUV buyers.
BMW is putting a lot of its chips on the success of its forthcoming front-wheel drive models, and it's making a big bet on the company's future in hoping that customers will accept them. Its front-driving UKL platform is underpinning not just the current crop of Minis but a host of BMW vehicles too. The rollout starts with the 2 Series Active