BMW X Models 2018
Carsguide Deputy Editor James Cleary had this to say at the time: BMW has form when it comes to performance SUVs, in the shape of M versions of its larger X5 and X6 models. And it has expertly applied that experience here. The X3 M40i is properly quick and dynamically sharp, yet comfortable, refined, and most of all practical when it needs to be. The price tag is large for a compact SUV, but the M40i's quality, value and all-around ability justify it.You can read the full review here.
This is what James Cleary liked most about this particular version of the BMW X Models: Drivetrain, Equipment, Refinement
The 2018 BMW X Models carries a braked towing capacity of up to 3405 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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BMW X Models 2018 Price and Specs
|BMW X Models||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|X1 Sdrive 18D||SUV||2.0L Diesel 8 SP AUTO||$41,300||$52,800|
|X1 Sdrive 18D M Sport||SUV||2.0L Diesel 8 SP AUTO||$34,500||$44,660|
|X1 Sdrive 18I||SUV||1.5L PULP 7 SP AUTO||$31,900||$41,800|
|X1 Sdrive 18I M Sport||SUV||1.5L PULP 7 SP AUTO||$34,400||$44,550|
BMW X Models 2018 Reviews
BMW X3 M40i 2018 review
BMW X3 sDrive20i 2018 review
BMW X1 xDrive25i 2018 review: snapshot
BMW X1 sDrive20i 2018 review: snapshot
BMW X1 sDrive18d 2018 review: snapshot
BMW X1 sDrive18i 2018 review: snapshot
BMW X1 2018 review
BMW X2 sDrive20i 2018 review
BMW X5 2018 review
BMW X4 2018 review
BMW X2 2018 review
BMW X3 xDrive20d 2018 review
BMW X Models 2018 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the BMW X Models 2018 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
What year BMW X4 can I purchase on my budget?
It depends on which model X4 you want. With $65,000 you should be able to get into a 2018 model.Show more
What car should I buy for $70,000?
You’ve pretty much covered the field there, so it should come down to what you want from your car. Do you want comfort, safety, fuel efficiency, offroad capability, cabin space? If you are mostly driving on the highway, then a diesel SUV is probably the best bet. I would rule out a dual-cab ute because of comfort, unless you need the flexibility a ute gives you. I would rule out a hybrid, they’re not at their most efficient on the highway; they’re better suited to town use. Based on your annual mileage I wouldn’t keep the car any more than 3-4 years, that way you’ll have a decent resale value when you get out of it.Show more