Not as big or as small as many SUVs on the market, the BMW X2 is the premium German marque’s first ever Sports Activity Coupé (SAV).
So, what marks this particular vehicle out from the competition? Well, here are five notable attributes that help to explain the X2’s appeal…
Distinctive looks, outside…
In terms of its appearance, the BMW X2 lies somewhere between the 1 Series and the X1.
It takes the classic look of the former and blends it perfectly with the BMW SUV styling of the latter. The result: a Sports Activity Coupé (SAV), a sporty, classy looking vehicle.
The X2 provides the owner with plenty of seating and steering wheel adjustment options, making it easy to establish the perfect driving position. This cabin boasts comfortable, supportive seats too – and is well-insulated from engine sounds and exterior noises.
Despite its compact exterior appearance, the BMW X2 doesn’t stint on interior space. In fact, it provides a very comfortable ride for rear-row travellers, with more legroom than can be found in, say, the Jaguar E-Pace.
Wide-opening doors make this five-seater ideal for young families; fitting an ISOFIX seat, for example, is simple to achieve. The vehicle’s minimum-capacity 475-litre boot is greater than is offered by most direct rivals, including the aforementioned E-Pace, and the Audi Q2
Available in SE, Sport and M Sport trim lines, the X2 provides generous levels of equipment as standard. For instance, SE grades of this vehicle ride on lightweight and stylish 17-inch V-spoke-design alloy wheels.
Inside, automatic two-zone air conditioning keeps travellers perfectly acclimatised, while an intuitive 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system delivers favourite tunes in superb sound quality – and excellent navigation functionality.
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To find out more about what this exciting BMW car has to offer, please contact John Clark BMW today – and don’t forget to book your test drive!