BMW’s latest special edition features an assortment of goodies from BMW M and BMW Individual.
You can’t go wrong with any of them, but which one is the best overall?.
The BMW X2 gets just the right dose of extra sportiness, both visually and technically.
New models by BMW, Volvo and Jaguar have helped increase European sales in this segment.
The BMW X1 and X2 will be offered with a new four-cylinder diesel engine that develops 187 hp.
The all-new BMW X2 M35i can rocket from 0-62 mph in just 4.9 seconds.
The BMW X2’s head restraints prevented it from scoring big.
BMW X2 buyers will soon have more options as a 300 HP version will join the range.
The new BMW X2 is an interesting ride, if you’re not looking for a more practical and less expensive SUV.
The X2 becomes a little faster and gets a small attitude readjustment but, thankfully, no body kit.
BMW knows why Mercedes-Benz is “mad” when it sees the X2.
BMW’s sportier (and much prettier) compact SUV makes for an interesting purchase.