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      02-01-2010, 01:44 PM   #1
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North American engine choices

From what I read, the xDrive28i will have 258 bhp, which means that it's the same engine found in the X3 and X5 xDrive30i, not the 230 bhp engine found in the 128i/328i/528i. Does that mean that xDrive28i will be a top of the line model? Or will there be an xDrive35i??
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      02-02-2010, 06:35 AM   #2
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re North American engine choices

I think the xDrive28i will be the only option. I read somewhere that there will be a xDrive25i version as well (see a few posts below), but I have not seen that confirmed anywhere. In Europe the Diesel versions xDrive20D and
xDrive23D are quite popular.


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      02-02-2010, 11:23 AM   #3
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In my country there are available these engines:

Petrol
model----------------power-------fuel consumption l/100km
X1 sDrive18i R/4 1995 110 (150) 11,3 / 6,4 / 8,2
X1 xDrive25i R/6 2996 160 (218) 12,9 / 7,2 / 9,3
X1 xDrive28i R/6 2996 190 (258) 13,0 / 7,3 / 9,4

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X1 sDrive18d R/4 1995 105 (143) 6,1 / 4,7 / 5,2
X1 xDrive18d R/4 1995 105 (143) 6,7 / 5,1 / 5,7
X1 sDrive20d R/4 1995 130 (177) 6,4 / 4,7 / 5,3
X1 xDrive20d R/4 1995 130 (177) 7,0 / 5,1 / 5,8
X1 xDrive23d R/4 1995 150 (204) 7,8 / 5,5 / 6,3
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From what I read, the xDrive28i will have 258 bhp, which means that it's the same engine found in the X3 and X5 xDrive30i, not the 230 bhp engine found in the 128i/328i/528i. Does that mean that xDrive28i will be a top of the line model? Or will there be an xDrive35i??
I am thinking there will be a 35i model at least in the US. Thats what I am looking at.
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From what I read, the xDrive28i will have 258 bhp, which means that it's the same engine found in the X3 and X5 xDrive30i, not the 230 bhp engine found in the 128i/328i/528i. Does that mean that xDrive28i will be a top of the line model? Or will there be an xDrive35i??
I think the 28i will be the top of the line - I have heard nothing about a 35i.

I understand that they are considering a diesel version as well, but the 28i will be the first one available at launch. (Personally, I won't consider it unless it does come with a diesel....)
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Throughout the world, this car is more of a diesel car. In almost all regions, there are more diesel offerings than petrol models. I think the NA market will only see the 28i and the maybe the 23d as well. I'm guessing BMW may be waiting on the 23d motors until they update it a bit (I know it's not old), then federalize it for use it in the X1, 1er (F20), and 3er (F30). I don't think they have enough incentive to go through the costs of federalizing an engine just for one (niche) model, especially given diesel sales.
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It will be a X3 35i model but not a X1...
I think that current petrol engines from X1 will be replaced with the 4 cyl turbo engines from the next 1/3 series with a better power, torque, fuel economy..
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      04-24-2010, 08:07 PM   #8
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I won't buy it unless there's a diesel offering - we are looking for a substantial mileage increase, not the status quo - or even 35 mpg - it should be over 40 mpg. I'd hate to have to go to Audi after owning BMWs for nearly 40 years.
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      04-27-2010, 03:07 PM   #9
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ditto my friend. My '07 X3 stays with me until the X1 d or Q3 become avail.
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