BMW X1 Lease Deals

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Reasons To Lease

Price Match Promise

Found a car cheaper elsewhere? Be sure to let us know - we'll see if we can beat it!

Free Nationwide Delivery

We're based in Cheshire, but that doesn't stop us delivering across the country! All of our cars will be delivered to you completely free of charge.

Manufacturer Warranty

As we only source brand new cars, each lease comes with the benefit of full manufacturer warranty.

Road Tax Included

The owner of the vehicle is responsible for making sure it's taxed. With leasing, that's the finance company! No need to worry about expensive first-year costs.

More about BMW X1 leasing:

Key BMW X1 Points

The BMW X1 comes as a petrol or diesel engine car. The X1 has a 218 bhp engine with an 8-speed semi-automatic gearbox, allowing speeds of 127 mph and returning 51.4 miles to the gallon. The X1 has multiple trims starting with the SE, Sport, xLine and M Sport. You also have the option to choose the xDrive 4 wheel drive system too.

Why lease a BMW X1

The X1 is a sporty SUV with a luxury twist perfect for both personal and business lease. The interior is spacious and well laid out. The back will sit 3 people comfortably, still leaving room to move around. With xDrive proficiencies you can go off-road like SUV’s should do and perform to the best of their capabilities. You have a brilliant amount of technology in the car, that of which you would find in the higher price BMW models. The X1 can be used for everyday use, it has a large boot for the weekly shop or you can stick the dog in the back and it’ll still have plenty of room to walk around.

  • xDrive Capabilities
  • Very Affordable
  • Fresh Design
  • Spacious Interior
  • Great MPG
  • Conclusion

    The X1 is the starter in the X range but it doesn’t feel cheap. It feels luxurious, it feels like an expensive car should and with the tech you get inside you certainly get the higher model gadgets too. Most of all this is a car that can fit a family and a dog or luggage. It can perform the daily run to work and get you from A to B no problems. When you need a little extra power, the sporty feel kicks in and this is when the X1 shines with that 8-speed gearbox and 218 bhp engine. 

    Rivals to consider: Mercedes GLA, Audi Q3. 

    For information on how to lease a BMW X1 or to ask us a question please call 01565 880880, or instead choose your preferred model and click the green button to enquire online.

    Other Compact Crossovers You Can Lease

    Compact crossovers are what we call mid-sized crossovers which are clearly larger than a hatchback but not quite as big as larger crossovers or SUVs. This is one of the most popular segments with plenty of competition for the BMW X1. The BMW X1 isn't the only compact crossover you can lease, here's a selection of others we recommend checking out:

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