BMW's entry-level car, the 2-series two-door, also happens to be one of its most fun offerings.
Adhering to the enthusiast-friendly priorities that earned BMW its sterling reputation in the
first place, the 2-series is quick, nimble, and sporty in all of its forms
Responsive and quick witted, the 2-series steers with authority and feels supremely balanced in
The four-cylinder car doesn't shove you back in your seat the way the six-cylinder
versions do, but it's still plenty quick and revs eagerly and smoothly to its 7000-rpm redline.
Even as the BMW 2 Series hits the midway mark in its current generation, it remains a strong
choice among entry-level luxury sport coupes and convertibles. Benefitting from elements
pulled from more expensive models in the BMW lineup, the 2 Series boasts plenty of features
for the money, strong performance regardless of which engine you choose, and all of the style
and refinement expected of any BMW.
It's a joy to drive, whether for its exciting dynamics or just in your daily commute. Unlike some
models in the class that sacrifice comfort for handling, the 2 Series delivers both at impressive
levels. Quite simply, it's a must-see if you're in the market.
The 230i coupe is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (248 horsepower,
258 pound-feet of torque).
The 230i coupe's standard features include 17-inch wheels, LED headlights, LED foglights, automatic wipers, selectable drive modes, cruise control, keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control, simulated leather upholstery, power-adjustable front sport seats, driver memory settings, 60/40-split folding rear seats, a rearview camera, a 6.5-inch infotainment screen with iDrive control, BMW's ConnectedDrive telematics, Bluetooth, a USB input, and a seven-speaker sound system with a CD player and HD radio.
The 230i convertiblecomes with a power-folding fabric top and a mesh wind deflector.
Even though the BMW 2 Series is sport-focused, its ride quality can still be adjusted to a compliant level. And at least for the front passengers, the level of comfort is exactly what you'd expect from a luxury brand.
The front sport seats offer adjustments for seat cushion angle and length, with power side bolsters.
Tall and short drivers alike will find a perfect position. The rear seats are cramped and suitable for children only.
The available M Sport adaptive suspension gives the 2 Series a wide range of comfort and performance.
Comfort mode admirably smooths out the vast majority of ruts and bumps. But even in Sport mode, bumps are never intrusive.Wind noise is essentially absent, and road noise never rises above barely detectable levels. The little engine noise heard at higher revs sounds slightly burly and pleasing.
The amount of insulation is excellent for the class.
The 2 Series uses interior components from larger and more expensive models in the BMW lineup. The design and quality of materials are close to identical, and as a result the car exceeds entry-level expectations.
Well-placed and clearly labeled controls simplify operation and are intuitive enough that you don't have to look away from the road to use them. The iDrive interface has a slight learning curve, but it's one of the better systems available.
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