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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The X2 comes standard with forward collision warning with city speed automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection and lane departure warning. Highway-speed automatic emergency braking is bundled with adaptive cruise control in an optional package. Typically equipped X2s have the d...
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