The BMW X2 is designed to appeal to style-conscious customers who don’t mind sacrificing some interior space and outward visibility in the name of an engaging driving experience. Based on the X1 compact SUV, it has a curvier body and a lower, more car-like feel. Those drivers looking for the typical commanding SUV view might be disappointed, because the X2 feels more like a sporty hatchback.
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BMW X2 Road Test

The BMW X2 is designed to appeal to style-conscious customers who don’t mind sacrificing some interior space and outward visibility in the name of an engaging driving experience. Based on the X1 compact SUV, it has a curvier body and a lower, more car-like feel. Those drivers looking for the typical commanding SUV view might be disappointed, because the X2 feels more like a sporty hatchback.

Once it gets past a slight initial delay, the X2 accelerates briskly and feels snappy. Its 228-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine gives a satisfying growl when pushed. The eight-speed automatic transmission delivers near-instant kick-downs at just a touch of the accelerator, and the shifts are smooth. Fuel economy is decent-for-the-class at 25 mpg overall on premium.

Despite being considered an SUV, the X2 drives more like a sports car when navigating curvy roads. The quick steering delivers decent feedback to the driver. The car takes turns without hesitation, making it enjoyable to drive.

Best Version to Get
Make sure to get an X2 with Active Driving Assistant, which includes forward-collision warning and low-speed automatic emergency braking.  Typically equipped X2s have the desirable Convenience package which contains keyless entry, a panoramic sunroof, and lumbar support adjustment for both front s...
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