BMW X1 Gets Fresh Look and Features for 2020

Take a compact crossover, plug in an endless supply of state-of-the-art equipment and first-rate elements inside and out, and you are looking at the 2020 BMW X1. Many BMW models underwent their refreshers in 2019. Lucky for you, the BMW X1 waited until this model year to get a new look and add exciting features into the mix. Better still, the X1 is waiting for you at Sale BMW in Kinston.

The X1 is an elegant subcompact SUV and quite frankly has no peers when it comes to the standard and available features you'll find in this spectacular crossover. Seating for five VIP is standard. Two comfortable rows of synthetic leather or rich leather upholstery emphasizes the first-class environment you will find. High-quality materials make up your cabin and high-tech features make up your infotainment and driver-assist systems.

What to Expect from the 2020 BMW X1

The 2020 X1 gets a new look from the front to back, inside and out. If you haven't seen the newest version of the X1, you might not recognize it, but it is still unmistakably a BMW.

  • Larger Front Grille
  • Sculpted Front Bumper with Chrome Accents
  • New LED Fog Lights
  • Redesigned Tinted LED Taillights
  • New Rear Bumper with Larger Tailpipe

But the new look doesn't just stay on the outside. You'll find more exciting changes inside, as well. Out goes the standard 6.5-inch infotainment screen. Now the 8.8-inch touchscreen comes standard on each trim level. That screen comes in handy for the now-standard navigation and Apple CarPlay you'll find on the base-level trim. A subtle, but welcome addition, is the matching leather that covers the dash when you select the leather upholstery.

The 2020 BMW X1 takes luxury and performance to another level for Kinston-area drivers. It is time to discover the changes that make the BMW X1 the only choice when you are looking to upgrade your crossover.

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