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BMW X1 E84 Gas pedal right foot and the transmission tunnel

Just recently I ordered an X1 and while Ive been waiting for it to arrive Ive been driving the dealers loaner car which is a new 3 series. While Ive been driving around in this 3 series Ive been bothered something that I noticed when test driving the X1 but has really become more problematic in day to day driving. I feel as if both pedals but particularly the gas pedal is located too far to the left

While I never looked at the pedals in the X1 I have put a few hundred miles on it and the pedal position never struck me as odd. I dont drive it every day though I drive a C6 vette and newer Dodge 1500 pickup and getting into the X1 never felt weird in the pedal department. Im 64 230lbs and have driven if for several hours om trips through the mountains and Im comfortable driving it.

I dont think the pedal placement is odd either. If anything its an improvement over the first generation X3. The pedals were really close on that model. If I wore boots my foot would sometimes hit both when I stepped on the accelerator. I think they are placed fine on the X1.

BMW X1 E84 Aluminum pedals

Have been looking for pedal covers for the X1. Most require drilling. Did this on Mini and the brake pedal wasa pain. Just saw this on eBay item number 3000952499168. Sent fellow a message and the response was remove old pedals to install. Said it only takes two or three minutes. Have any members bought these

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BMW X1 E84 2013 X1 Brake issue (X Drive 35i)

I was driving on the highway last week in some heavy rain. The vehicle in front of me stopped short and so I applied on the brakes but have you ever ridden a bike and only used your front brake The rear lifts as the front deeps. Well when I hit my brakes on my X1 it dipped and pulled heavily toward the right almost hitting the vehicle in the right lane. At first I thought possible hydroplaning but

Doing foew more tries I found that it appeared like the right brake disc is always dry while the left is getting wet and the car tends to drift to the right side. Keeping brakes dry - occasionally pushing the brake pedal solved the issue and I got safely home. However as I wouldnt expect such a behaviour from this car I went to the garage on Monday seeking for help. To my surprise technicians at bmw

Couldnt have waited. Winter is coming. Just came back from the bmw Test Drive for the Olympics event. Wanted to drive the new 328i and A4 back to back but they didnt have the A4 there. The 328i with the N20 engine surprised me. It felt very fast and in sports mode the pedal response was instantaneous and powerful. Very similar to the Sports Chrono option in the Porsches in the Sports Plus mode. The

BMW X1 E84 328i vs. X1 s28i

Given the resources Id be more interested in the 2012 328is but the options Id prefer would drive the cost to nearly 50K which is out of reach for me. I can get most of the options I want on the X1 for about 10K less which is appealing. Here are my questions how much would I be losing in handling ability and grunt by getting the heavier and taller X1 Should I instead look for a used 328i sedan. At

And now that the brake failure intent to recall has been issued in my opinion the game has changed. This issue effects many vehicles with the N26 turbo 4 which is in in the X1 2.8i (AWD or rear). Im going to keep this really short. The X1 I bought 10 days ago had 2 brake system failures in that time. All at low speeds approaching a stop sign. Each requiring full leg force on the brake pedal to barely

issue. I took delivery of it today. The two vehicles drive VERY differently but thats a subject for its own thread. I just wanted to let you know that the brake issue is not hypothetical. The X1 Xdrive 35i also has hydraulic steering. But it is slower and not as responsive as the lighter car. Still nice though. You have my full attention. I wont pull the trigger on an affected turbo car until bmw

BMW X1 E84 BMW X1 Delayed Until Fall

No surprise really but in case you didnt hear... Quote Heres one tidbit we picked up at the 2011 Detroit auto show bmw has decided to delay the U.S.-market introduction of the X1 crossover until the fall of this year the X1s rollout was originally planned for early 2011. Evidently the Leipzig Germany production plant in which the X1 is built (alongside the 1-series) can barely make enough of them for

Quote Originally Posted by Evlengr Well then shouldnt the X1 be its own design and not a squished down version of the X3 It would be a hard choice between the X1 and Countryman but given the pricing and options I would probably go for the mini. The X1 is not a squished down version of the X3- it actually came out before the F25 X3. Its derived heavily from the 1er (which is based on the 3er). Easy to tell from the interior as well. I know that bmw NA if it ever does sell the X1 here wont sell the variant I want an sDrive20d with 3 pedals.

Quote Originally Posted by AzNMpower32 I know that bmw NA if it ever does sell the X1 here wont sell the variant I want an sDrive20d with 3 pedals. Id settle for gas 2.0L Turbo with 3 pedals.

Quote Originally Posted by AzNMpower32 The X1 is not a squished down version of the X3- it actually came out before the F25 X3. Its derived heavily from the 1er (which is based on the 3er). Easy to tell from the interior as well. I know that bmw NA if it ever does sell the X1 here wont sell the variant I want an sDrive20d with 3 pedals. Dont care what it is derived from..perception is reality and it

BMW X1 E84 X1 Tip-in delaypoor throttle responsehesitation

I drive 3 cars regularly a 2011 335D my wifes 2012 X3 35i and a 2011 Mazda Miata 6M. The X3 which has all applicable current software updates applied frequently exhibits annoying throttle response (i.e. delay in response to pressing on the throttle followed by too-rapid acceleration if the driver gets impatient). The 335D has some turbo lag (and if I am not mistaken normally starts out in 2nd) but

(11) and half dont. I have a x28i and I voted that its no different than any other vehicle (Audi A3). I hade a 2006 X3 and that had serious problems. If you slammed on the pedal it would jump then suddenly stop for half a second as if you slammed the breaks then accelerate again. After multiple complaints and software upgrades it never got fixed. I dont have anywhere near that problem with the X1.

I have about 800 miles on our 2014 X1 sDrive28i xLine and this is my first turbo car. Ive owned 6 other bmws in the past and even tracked one (99 M-Coupe) for several years...but I must say that I have experienced no throttle hesitation on my X1. I almost always drive in DS (sport) because I like the transmission to hold the gears longer. I will say that if I leave the X1 in D (or Comfort mode as bmw

Quote Originally Posted by JimH46 Im coming from another car with a 2.0l turbo (WRX) and the X1 has far less turbo lag. Thats great but not related to the tip in issue. As above this has to do with the engine responding to the throttle from a stand still... A one second delay in engine response when you push down on the pedal... Thats not turbo lag

Quote Originally Posted by stonex1 I think Travel mans post 22 really opened some attention to me regarding this topic. Is it really true that you can mash the pedal on a stop red light quickly remove your foot and the car doesnt move Do some do this and some dont I test drove a 2012 28i and dont remember any kind of feel like this at all. So either I didnt notice it or the programing is different

BMW X1 E84 Thinking of ordering an X1

Hey guys A few months ago I put a deposit down on a 328xi sedan Msport but pulled the plug after I realized I wanted tech package and driver assist and couldnt get it without waiting 10 weeks. Now I am still looking for my perfect bmw and seeing this X1 sub-forum and pictures online I am really enjoying it. I have some questions though which Id love to hear from all of you X1 owners about. I am looking

1) No the X1 doesnt have a HUD. Did any E90 based car Personally this didnt bother me too much as my sunglasses render a HUD useless. 2) Only other bmws Ive driven are E46 M3 and 330 so I cant comment on how it handles compared to an F30 but the X1 is based on an E90 chassis and it carries itself very well for its ride height. I didnt spend enough time at a high speed feel if it has that classic bmw

BMW X1 E84 Throttle Hesitation - DRIVING US NUTS

OK we have had our X1 a few months and its really a second car but in the few (1500) miles we have driven it we have been repeatedly honked at and been in a couple of close calls because of the stupid throttle hesitation. There is always about a 1 sec lag between pushing down on the pedal and the engine kicking in. It doesnt matter if you push down harder on the throttle because then when it does kick

I recently test drove an SDrive X1 an xDrive 35i X1 and a loaded M Sport 35i X3 and I remember being surprised by the drive by wire lag on the SDrive and X3 ( the X3 really lurched too). I know that the drive by wire programming is separate from the transmission but the X1 35i with the six speed did not leave me feeling like there was the same dead zone in the pedalthrottle lag or lurching perhaps it is just different programming. I drove in manual modesport with all three

I sure am glad I found this thread. Now that I am approaching 200 miles on my X1 Ive been quite aware of this silly throttle lag for some time. It only took about 20-ish miles for me to realize that the delay was just how the car is. The acceleration is about as linear as a Mobius strip I give the pedal a full inch car acts like a sleepy dog being poked with a stick to move. Once it gets going even

1st the engine still hesitates to accelerate although the hesitation is not as long as in D mode. Its about the same in M as DS. Still much too much lag for me. But my other car has the pedal connected to the throttle body with a physical cable - so that is what Im used to. ECO PRO is a joke. Maaaaaaybe if driving on a long trip on a flat freeway with cruise control on. Otherwise why buy the bmw

Quote Originally Posted by AzNMpower32 Makes sense. I test drove a Focus Titanium with the 5MT and its actually a very good drive. Stupidly-priced yes but Im glad Ford started offering the Titanium trim level with 3 pedals because the SE trim level doesnt get a sport suspension in its sport packet or various other possible options. Seems like the Focus ST at 28-29k fully loaded will be the fun version of that car. Just found the interior space kinda poor compared to the GTIGolf-R. On paper theyre similar. In practice the Golf felt more usable. Hoping the X1 feels more like that than the FocusCountryman.

Said it before and Ill say it again. No Manual no X1. I can even take the cursed Run Flats and a diesel is nice but if it doesnt have three pedals on the floor good bye bmw. Cheers

Quote Originally Posted by X3 Skier Said it before and Ill say it again. No Manual no X1. I can even take the cursed Run Flats and a diesel is nice but if it doesnt have three pedals on the floor good bye bmw. Cheers Im kind of in the same boat but it is nice to not use a clutch after working out at the gym. I think I could tolerate a diesel X1 with a 6 or 8 speed steptragic as long as the torque is

Quote Originally Posted by X3 Skier Said it before and Ill say it again. No Manual no X1. I can even take the cursed Run Flats and a diesel is nice but if it doesnt have three pedals on the floor good bye bmw. Cheers Have you driven a dieselmanual before Between its low redline and instant off-idle torque it is not even remotely as fun to drive as a gas engine wmanual. Im a diehard manual driver and

Near the end of September bmwNA announced its intention to conduct a voluntary recall on certain 2012-14 bmw 3 Series 5 X1 X3 and Z4 equipped with an N20 or N26 engine with production from May 2012- August 2013. Possible loss of brake power assist could occur due to a lack of oil supply to the brake vacuum pump from the intake camshaft. Brakes would still function however greater pedal pressure would

Our X1 2.8 had a brake failure the day we purchased it in September. Then it had another one a week later. It seemed to be the issue described in the notice. The car had about 5% stopping power with full force on the brake pedal. The notice came out a few days after we purchased it. Long story short our (EXCELLENT) dealership exchanged the X1 2.8 for an X1 3.5 with no financial penalty. Of course we had to pay the difference on the more expensive vehicle. Love the 3.5 (Loved the 2.8 as well).

Our X1 2.8 had a brake failure the day we purchased it in September. Then it had another one a week later. It seemed to be the issue described in the notice. The car had about 5% stopping power with full force on the brake pedal. The notice came out a few days after we purchased it. Long story short our (EXCELLENT) dealership exchanged the X1 2.8 for an X1 3.5 with no financial penalty. Of course we

a stop sign that I have to apply a lot more force on the brake pedal than normal. It almost feels like there is air in the lines....but then it will work fine for a while. I did receive the first recall letter for the braking issue. I just brought my car in for the first service and oil change. I reported my braking issue. They called me and said they test drove the car and reported my issue to bmw

BMW X1 E84 Question about the brakes on the 2013 X1 xDrive28i

I picked up my new leased X1 this past Monday and Ive driven it about 250 miles already. I am loving the car but Ive noticed some possible issues with my brakes - More often than not when I stop at a red light the brake disengages slightly without my foot moving. This has never happened before on any other car Ive driven regularly (including bmw sedans). It doesnt completely release. It only releases

BMW X1 E84 Tristan has my X1

Hi everyone will be a first-time bmw owner in a few weeks. Last weekend I put a deposit on an X1 already allocated to my dealership (South Bay bmw). I was given a sheet with the VIN etc. and signed onto Mybmw. Its not updated just yet but I found this great blog with a post called How to follow your bmw order and using the info there I just verified my X1 was put on a ship called Tristan which left

Well would negotiations require a down payment Id prefer to hold onto my bucks until the car is actually here for me to pick up. I didnt special order it remember. I just selected it from the dealerships allocation. They took a 1000 check but havent cashed it. I dont know about 500 over invoice but Ill see what I can get. The dealership sold its only X1 the same car most dealerships out here got -

Quote Originally Posted by mullini Well would negotiations require a down payment Id prefer to hold onto my bucks until the car is actually here for me to pick up. I didnt special order it remember. I just selected it from the dealerships allocation. They took a 1000 check but havent cashed it. I dont know about 500 over invoice but Ill see what I can get. The dealership sold its only X1 the same car most dealerships out here got - the sDrive 28 in Mineral white. It already had 170 miles of test drives on it when I saw it last Sunday. I hope the purchaser got a nice discount Thats a lot of brake slamming and pedal mashing... And frankly by the end of September when my Glacier Silver slides into LA if it seems I can get a better deal elsewhere I can walk... No negotiations do not require a down payment. Ordered a few bmws...never put a down payment on any of them.

BMW X1 E84 X1 sDrive M-Sport driving impressions from Euro Delivery

I thought I would share some driving impressions from my recent Euro Delivery of my X1 sDrive M-Sport. I currently have a 128i manual with the M Sport package. I drive at a moderate pace so here are my observations Acceleration The change from a manual to an automatic transmission plus the added torque from the turbo 4 makes the X1 feel very fast off the line. In normal mode the engine revs quickly

Quote Originally Posted by woohoo I thought I would share some driving impressions from my recent Euro Delivery of my X1 sDrive M-Sport. I currently have a 128i manual with the M Sport package. I drive at a moderate pace so here are my observations Acceleration The change from a manual to an automatic transmission plus the added torque from the turbo 4 makes the X1 feel very fast off the line. In normal

BMW X1 E84 2.8i vs 35i Part Two

Hey Folks unfortunately I can not get enough wheel time at my dealer and when it is there is traffic to deal with most of the time so you all have very helpful Comparing with the basic suspension setups in every day driving dose the 28i feel more agile or equal Part of the problem is that during the test drive of the 35i I got distracted by the engine I forgot about the handling. I like agile and have

Quote Originally Posted by FFEMT510 I felt like the 28i was plenty if go and actually enjoyed the handling characteristics better. The added fuel economy is a plus to. Ive done some spirited mountain passes in my 28i and she handles like a champ. Sent from BimmerApp mobile app I agree with you. I drove my brothers car a few times and surprised the crap out of me. A few weeks ago i was at bmw servicing

BMW X1 E84 Neat workaround for delayed throttle response

The delayed throttle response from start on my X1 2.8 xDrive has been driving me round the bend since picking it up in January. Even though the delay is small it completely messes up the responsiveness of the vehicle to the point where I dont think I would touch a bmw again. Im currently working with bmw customer service on a resolution - although not holding my breath as so far they have denied the

Quote Originally Posted by mdu6 Test drove a 2012 X1 CPO yesterday and was literally blown away by the uninspiring driving experience ... Throttle lag really makes for a terrible driving experience I could push the pedal see the fuel consumption meter blow away past 15L100km and then feel the car slowly accelerate. I ask the BWM rep if this was normal ... was I in the wrong driving setting and I got

I wonder if this still works on the X1 as it has on my Minis and our other bmws over the last few years I had a 07 X3 that seemed to be sluggish after 12K miles on the clock. I took it in and my SA went to the car and reset the adaptive transmission in about 45 seconds. This is exactly what he did and what I have done several times with great results. 1. get in car and close the door 2. insert key

BMW X1 E84 Rubber floor mats

Anyone find any good rubber floor mats for the X1 Ive looked at both options bmw offers and they both are slippery underfoot. Really more plastic than rubber. Wanting something that will catch and trap snowrain and that my feet wont slide on while working the pedals. Sent from BimmerApp mobile app

BMW X1 E84 328i sound vs X1

I had a loner -- a new 328i with an 8 speed. Im assuming it had an n20 in it but boy did it sound different than my X1 4 banger. The 328 was deeper more gutteral and not as raspy. Anyone know why this would be

I believe the 328i uses a different intake and exhaust. Both would effect sound. Also the 328i has more sound deadening material which would alter the sound inside the cabin (it may even come with the hood insulation pad which our X1 is lacking). I personally love the sound of my N20 X1...I smile every time I get on the go pedal in Sport Mode

Quote Originally Posted by ScottMZ3 I believe the 328i uses a different intake and exhaust. Both would effect sound. Also the 328i has more sound deadening material which would alter the sound inside the cabin (it may even come with the hood insulation pad which our X1 is lacking). I personally love the sound of my N20 X1...I smile every time I get on the go pedal in Sport Mode Ah that makes perfect

BMW X1 E84 will the X1 have Sport Mode

Will the X1 have the Sport Mode like the F30 Seeing that the 28i has EcoPro I thought it might have Sport as well. I believe the mode in the F30 influences transmission as well as steering boost. Not sure about throttle response. Anyone know If unlike the F30 will the transmission at least have a Sport mode like in the past 6spd or 8 spd

True Investor27 but the X1 is unlikely to have one of those adjustable suspensions or steering systems. So the option translates to a more sensitive gas pedal and the ability to hold gears longer. My point is that a manual is a much cheaper way of achieving most of the benefits in the X1. Now on the S4 with the magnetic suspension option its a different story.

Driving a car to the spec you want wont affect any of the major issues you have with the X1. The M-Sport package is primarily an esthetic thing on the sDrive and wont adjust the steering feel. The only major component beside the trim look on the M-sport package is the suspension on the sDrive model (M-sport is a better value on an xDrive model since it gives you torque vectoring). One thing related

BMW SERIES 3 F30 Is the X1 a Better Entry-level Bimmer than a 320328

My E92 was in the shop for maintenance today and I was given a 2014 X1 xDrive 2.8i as a loaner. I was expecting to hate it but surprisingly it was far nicer to drive than most of the other low-grade loaners in the fleet. The steering was tight and responsive the suspension was buttoned down without being harsh and it felt much more like a real bmw than any non-sport F30 Ive driven. If I were looking

Quote I certainly like it better due the hydraulic steering. My dilemma is that unfortunately manual transmission is not available on X1. I feel like I literally just started another thread based on this very issue. The X1 was exactly what I wanted minus one pedal. That said I think it is a great car. I would have a very hard time justifying the purchase of a 328 wagon with the X1 sitting there for like 8000 less.

BMW X1 E84 how to drive in sport mode

Forgive me for this newb question but how do you properly drive in Sport mode Ive driven a manual for over 20 years and have driven automatics for the same. But my new X1 is my first auto with sport mode. Okay it seems simple you go into sport mode and you just switch the gears and you dont have to use a clutch. Beauty But what Im not quite grasping is what do with the gas pedal during a gear change.

BMW X1 E84 My New X1 - Initial Thoughts and Questions

I picked up a 2014 X1 xDrive28i from Rallye Motors in NY last week and wanted to share my thoughts on coming over to bmw after 25 years in Japanese cars... My first and only Bimmer was a 1970 2500 sedan stick (Sahara Beige) that I bought used. Loved that car The X1 has the Ultimate Lighting and Cold Weather Packages and was ordered since I did not want to spend the additional money on a trim package

On your point about convenience I picked my X1 sans iDrive for reasons completely ignoring any lack of storage present in iDrive models. I just didnt like iDrive. But it dawns on me now that without the two extra storage bins I have I would not be satisfied with the storage available. And Im not sure I would call the braking completely linear the first 30% of my brake pedal feels like it does less

BMW X1 E84 X1s Electric Steering Vs Hydraulic Steering

Leaving the subject of RWD and AWD aside a couple of years ago Car and Driver ran a series of blind (measured) tests with 11 expert drivers to drive a couple of bmw 5-series one with electric steering and the other one with hydraulic steering. In the end the results shocked the magazine as drivers overall performed better handling the electric-steered vehicle. The magazine even acknowledged that bmw

I turned a 73 RX3 into a stiff autox car and it was a light 2400 car without any power steering that worked great. Now with all the cars loaded up with safety stuffetc theyre all needing electric power. I dont care for power steering pumps since they can howl or leak. My X1 has paddle shifters but I only see the need on a steep hill. Im a real heretic since my RX8 even has 6spd auto and it finds the

BMW X1 E84 Need help deciding between X1 and X3

New member here. Im still undecided on whether to get an X1 or X3. Hoping to get a lot of feedback before I place my order. Planned spec X1 xDrive28i M Sport Le Mans Blue Metallic Beige Leatherette Light Fineline Wood Trim Driver Assistance Package Technology Package Lighting Package Heated Front Seats Panoramic moon roof. MSRP 42825 vs. X3 xDrive28i Deep Sea Blue Metallic Beige Leatherette Fineline

Keep em coming I noticed a number have been suggesting 35i. Although my right foot is gas pedal-trigger happy I am still currently set for a 28i. The other one might still be too much for me for now. Having that said I know my dealer still has a 2013 Le Mans Blue M Sport 35i sitting on his lot and I might consider that if he gives me a good price.... and if I have finally decided to go for an X1

Keep em coming I noticed a number have been suggesting 35i. Although my right foot is gas pedal-trigger happy I am still currently set for a 28i. The other one might still be too much for me for now. Having that said I know my dealer still has a 2013 Le Mans Blue M Sport 35i sitting on his lot and I might consider that if he gives me a good price.... and if I have finally decided to go for an X1

BMW X1 E84 X1 Driver Side Mirrors

Is there an issue with driver (left) side mirrors on these cars. I test drove an X1 and notified the dealer that the mirror could not be adjusted enough to the right (Could not see the car door).In fact it warped the mirror glass as I moved it to the right stop. I ordered the car anyway and when mine came in I have the same problem. Going in for repair but two cars with the same problem seems strange. Anyone else with this problem

Quote Originally Posted by Wolfex Im 59 and have no problems with the side mirror position and seeing whats around the car. My seating position may be different than yours. Wolfex How far can you move your mirror to the right In my Subaru while seated in a comfortable drivers position I can move it so far that all I see is the car window. In my X1 I cant move it enough to the right to see the window

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