BMW 1 Series CO2 and NOx emissions 2022

Below is a list of BMW 1 Series models available to buy in 2018 showing CO2, NOx, particulate emissions, NGC Rating, OTR and Euro standard.

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BMW 1 Series 116d SE

Small family OTR £25,525
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36 est
CO2
119
Euro

BMW 1 Series 116d SE Auto

Small family OTR £26,875
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NGC
36 est
CO2
121
Euro

BMW 1 Series 118d SE

Small family OTR £26,685
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38 est
CO2
123
Euro

BMW 1 Series 118d SE Auto

Small family OTR £28,285
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39 est
CO2
129
Euro

BMW 1 Series 118i SE

Small family OTR £24,475
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42 est
CO2
136
Euro

BMW 1 Series 118i SE Auto

Small family OTR £25,825
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NGC
40 est
CO2
141
Euro

BMW 1 Series 120d xDrive Sport Sport-Auto

Small family OTR £32,800
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41 est
CO2
142
Euro

BMW 1 Series M135i xDrive Auto

Small family OTR £36,770
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52 est
CO2
179
Euro

BMW 1 Series CO2 emissions and running costs

Choosing the lowest emission BMW 1 Series model variant is a smart move both for the environment, as it reduces the harmful pollutants and greenhouse gases, and also for minimising running costs.

Lower emission BMW 1 Series models will have a higher MPG, and hence result in a decreased fuel bill; in addition car tax and company car rates are both related to the tail-pipe CO2 emission level, so a low emission model will mean a cut in BMW 1 Series car tax and BMW 1 Series company car tax

BMW 1 Series CO2 emissions
Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:15th Sep 2022

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