About BMW 1 SERIES
The BMW 1 Series of compact luxury cars has been manufactured since 2004 as a successor to the BMW Compact, and has been produced in four different styles.
Despite its design being new, the front of the BMW 1 Series is something you've never seen before. With a kidney grille in a dominant upright position, extensive headlights reinforced with xenon corona rings and dynamically shaped bonnet, this BMW stands out from the crowd.
The BMW 1 Series comes for both, Diesel as well as Petrol cars. The petrol engine pumps out 136 bhp, while diesel engine gives out 143 bhp.
There is a unique combination in the compact class, involving the interplay between a longitudinally mounted engine, high grade suspension and rear-wheel drive with a balanced weight ratio between front and rear axles. This guarantees stress-free driving, especially on long drives and provides maximum agility when turning on corners. Connectivity, USB devices and Bluetooth services are all a standard part of the vehicle.
Pitted against Mercedes-Benz B Class and Volvo V40, BMW Series 1 has a better build and quality and an engine that delivers more power.
1. BMW 1 Series 118D Base
2. BMW 1 Series 118D Sport Line
3. BMW 1 Series 118D Sport Plus
BMW 1 Series 116L
BMW 1 SERIES 118D HATCHBACK
|27.76 Lakhs||Get on road price|
BMW 1 SERIES 118D SPORT LINE
|30.94 Lakhs||Get on road price|
BMW 1 SERIES 118D SPORT PLUS
|35.21 Lakhs||Get on road price|
What we like
- A very intuitive and sensible move by the German automaker, BMW to enter the entry level hatchback segment with its practical, performing, 1 Series car.
- It is the only affordable, premium, rear-wheel drive hatchback offering fuel economy and reduced carbon footprints.
- A good family car and fun to drive.
What we don't like
- Certain inherent downsides of the automaker, BMW reflects in the 1 Series hatchback too. As in, space constraints, a lack of premium feel in the interiors and an engine that could be better.
- The BMW 1 Series still sports the Company’s old grille design and hood doesn’t seem to sit well.
Hatchbacks are widely approved and loved in the Indian auto market. Therefore, sensing an opportunity and wanting to make its presence felt in this segment, while increasing customer reach, luxury carmaker, BMW, introduced the entry level, premium hatchback, the 1 Series. In India, the 5-door option with one petrol and diesel mill is available. Available in India via the CKD route, the specs match its European counterpart. If you want to be the proud owner of a BMW, be it an entry level, then the 1 Series makes a good choice in terms of affordability, driving experience and the BMW reliability.
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