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      07-03-2019, 09:08 AM   #111
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My X5 and 330e PHEV's reserve a small amount of charge. I suspect that the engine/charging software will continue to charge the battery at a rate which allows the rear electric motor to keep operating, even after battery charge has gone to "zero". When I put my mode selector to "Save", the battery will charge to three bars, while still allowing the electric motor to provide boost. When I am in full "e-power", the battery will discharge to one bar and then the engine starts, but the electric motor is still available for boost on accelleration. If the traction control system is calling for the rear electric motor, I'm quite sure that the flywheel generator will provide enough electricity to keep it running.
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      07-11-2019, 10:16 AM   #112
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Still no ordering/pricing guide that I can find for 2019 or 2020 X1. Is this because any update from the 2018 guide is being held up until the LCI? That is supposed to be SOP in July 2019 with the PHEV version available March 2020. The US availability date is supposed to be "Late 2019". With the July SOP, I would think that the only X1's available in the US are pre-LCI and are either here or "en route". I guess the LCI will be designated a 2020 model year. Seems like we should see the 2020 ordering/pricing guide very soon.

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      07-11-2019, 02:50 PM   #113
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Just been on line and the OTR price of the equivalent of my car is well over the £40k threshold that brings in the higher annual road tax for 1st 5 years. So i’ll Be running mine into the ground. That’s about 12 years away.and not as many goodies as I currently have.
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Just been on line and the OTR price of the equivalent of my car is well over the £40k threshold that brings in the higher annual road tax for 1st 5 years. So iíll Be running mine into the ground. Thatís about 12 years away.and not as many goodies as I currently have.
I got 9% off mine taking it below threshold. The dealer had it all worked out with the trade in on my Tiguan to keep below.
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      07-12-2019, 05:45 AM   #115
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I got 9% off mine taking it below threshold. The dealer had it all worked out with the trade in on my Tiguan to keep below.
Unfortunately, I think you will find it is based on the list prices including extras and what you actually pay is not relevant
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      07-12-2019, 06:01 AM   #116
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Unfortunately, I think you will find it is based on the list prices including extras and what you actually pay is not relevant
Yes that what he did, 9% off list inclusive of extras. I wanted the dash cameras front and rear ( got for half price) and rubber mats (full price) which he is doing on a separate invoice again to keep below threshold.

At the end of the day what counts is the cost to change. How they do it is up to them.
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Yes that what he did, 9% off list inclusive of extras. I wanted the dash cameras front and rear ( got for half price) and rubber mats (full price) which he is doing on a separate invoice again to keep below threshold.

At the end of the day what counts is the cost to change. How they do it is up to them.
I may be wrong, but I am not sure you see the point. Lets say you pay £39K but the List Price including extras is say £40.5K - in this case you WILL pay the higher Road Tax and this is the point Robin was making. I think it is unlikely you can spec a decent X1 and avoid the £40K threshold. Keeping the dealer supplied extras on a separate invoice makes sense though.
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According to VCA calculator first year is £210 then £145, tax class 48

But then it says,

*Please note that if the list price of a car is over £40,000, then an additional rate of £310 will be payable on top of the standard rate for five years
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Still no ordering/pricing guide that I can find for 2019 or 2020 X1... Seems like we should see the 2020 ordering/pricing guide very soon.
I've had the ordering guide for a few weeks. I'll check with my dealer to see if they can send me the pricing guide.
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I've had the ordering guide for a few weeks. I'll check with my dealer to see if they can send me the pricing guide.
would be much appreciated
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Pricing guide attached.
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Pricing guide attached.
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I would appreciate the pricing guide also but don't see the attachment.
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I would appreciate the pricing guide also but don't see the attachment.
Need to view the posting on the web and not on a mobile device. For some reason the file only shows up on the web.
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Thank you! That did the trick. Appreciate your quick response.
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Had email from local BMW inviting me to try the new 2020 X1. They seemed to emphasise the new look radiator grill and little mention of any improvements on the last model. Indeed no mention of any reduction on tyre noise or increasing the power to the US equivalent of 245bhp. So I definitely won’t be changing mine for another at the moment.
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Published prices for the updated BMW X1.The press service of the brand said that the $ 250 model has risen in price in all trim levels: the sDrive version with front-wheel drive costs $ 36,195, and the xDrive version with all-wheel drive costs $ 38,195. BMW says the 2020 X1 will go on sale in the U.S. at the end of 2019.
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In 2020, the Bavarian brand will present the most powerful version of the BMW 1-Series.
The debut of the BMW M140e with plug-in hybrid will take place next year. Novelty will be the most powerful version in the family. The hatchback will be equipped with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo engine and electric motor, with a total capacity of approximately 400 hp. and 500 Nm of torque.
The new powerful “penny” is also equipped with a 35 kW / h battery and a special system of water injection into the intake manifold, which allows reducing the temperature in the combustion chamber and increasing the boost pressure and productivity as soon as possible.
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