BMW IX owners manuals
- Possibly a little too futuristic for some owners
- The rear seats scaled a few inches too low
- The top model costs six figures
- Some on-screen controls are difficult to learn or access
- No third-row seating option
- No entry-level model for a lower starting price
The BMW iX is a mid-size luxurious electric SUV launched in 2022 with impressive features and performance. The iX has a driving range of over 300 miles and can be quickly charged using a DC fast charger. The iX has a large battery pack and can recharge from 10% to 80% in just 35 minutes. The interior of the iX is spacious and modern, with options for heated seats and high-quality upholstery.
It comes in two variants: the xDrive50, which has 516 horsepower, and the performance-oriented M60, which boasts 610 horsepower. The xDrive50 model is recommended for its range and value compared to the more expensive M60 model.
It also has a chic cabin design, with updates for 2024 including a parking assistant feature and a hands-free driving mode. The iX has a large battery pack and can be charged quickly with a DC fast charger. It also provides good fuel economy and has a spacious and modern interior.
BMW iX known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the BMW iX are: