The interior is fantastic, with plush plastics and an easy-to-use infotainment system. There is plenty of room up front, while the rear passengers benefit tremendously compared to the older 1-Series. There is more room to stretch out and the center tunnel is smaller, which means gives you more surface to place your feet. The practicality, encompassing boot space, is commendable overall and about on par for the class.
In terms of price, you’re looking at over £ 20,000 for a 2019 or 2020 low-mileage 118i SE, which is a good chunk of the price of a new one. You’ll need to spend between £ 23,500 and £ 27,000 to get a 2021 car, and if you want the M135i you need at least £ 30,000.
Without a full-fledged M car in the lineup, no 1 Series variant rivals the Mercedes-AMG A45 S and Audi RS3 Sportback. The M135i competes directly with the A35 and S3, while the 128ti goes against hot sedans such as the Volkswagen Golf GTI.
In the latest What Car? Reliability survey, BMW ranked very high: ninth out of 31 manufacturers. However, the current Series 1 was too new to present.
As all third generation 1 Series models will have been registered after April 2017, the current road tax rates of £ 155 for petrol and diesel cars will apply. If the price of the car was over £ 40,000, you will have to pay an additional £ 335 per year for years two to five.
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This notice was published: 2021-08-05 05:01:24