2015 BMW X1 Specification Review - BMW Cars Review
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Of course, we come to what is “under the sheet”, what adorns every BMW. And how else to try and experience, except on a deserted mountain road full of curves, the last “dry” days, where every piece of “Bavarian puzzle” falls into place, like ” butt on the potty.” In a series of three great ride, we have a number of times and said, proved that. But, be able to “tame” a crossover, larger mass and higher center of gravity, the way they do it in Munich, it is worth praise. Only slightly more inclined tilting, X1 “bite” curve like there is no tomorrow, and suspension system very well, “iron” all kinds of prominence, holding X1 calm almost all the time. The curiosity in all of this is that the 2015 BMW X1 something more comfortable for the worse way than his “giver genes”, Series 3. Of course, it also contributes to the lack of run -flat tires, as well as their slightly higher profile, but is again intriguing as it is then, his cousin X1 competitive in terms of driving dynamics.It’s pretty hard to control, just like the Series 1 and 3, new X1 finally offers the feel of driving, which is in its big brother X3, almost volatile. Precision a transit through the curve, the possibility of controlled sliding and all time high levels of security, a true “ace up his sleeve” of the car. Underpinned by a system of all-wheel drive, our X1 may seem a little less agile than the version drive, rear-wheel drive only, but it is in the “winter games were” a superlative and anything but boring! Excellent traction in rain and snow, to the solid support, and the off-road driving, they left me feeling much more positive than I expected from the crossover, though primarily intended for asphalt. The only real limiting factor in the whole “Winter Olympics” was actually a clearance vehicle and their angles of attack, which is far from enough for serious off-road adventure.
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