BMW 2 Series 2020
Carsguide Family reviewer Nedahl Stelio had this to say at the time: It’s not exactly the most sizeable family car shape but as a second car it’s spot on to zoom around running errands. It has enough space for a young family of four with a decent boot. It drives well and it’s seriously stylish - this car will make you feel like you’re living pre-kids again, plus it's good value for a BMW.You can read the full review here.
This is what Nedahl Stelio liked most about this particular version of the BMW 2 Series: Exterior and interior design, Smooth drive, Good value
The BMW 2 Series 2020 comes in a Convertible, Coupe, Hatchback and Sedan and competes with similar models like the Audi S3, BMW Z4 and BMW 4 series in the Under $100k category category.
The 2020 BMW 2 Series carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1500 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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BMW 2 Series 2020 Price and Specs
|BMW 2 Series Model||Body Type||Specs||Price|
|220i Luxury Line||Convertible||2.0L PULP 8 SP AUTO||$62,200|
|220i Luxury Line||Convertible||2.0L PULP 6 SP MAN||$62,200|
|220i M Sport||Convertible||2.0L PULP 8 SP AUTO||$68,800|
|220i M Sport||Convertible||2.0L PULP 6 SP MAN||$68,800|
|220i Luxury Line||Coupe||2.0L PULP 8 SP AUTO||$54,900|
|220i Luxury Line||Coupe||2.0L PULP 6 SP MAN||$54,900|
|220i M Sport||Coupe||2.0L PULP 8 SP AUTO||$67,800|
|220i M Sport||Coupe||2.0L PULP 6 SP MAN||$67,800|
|220i Active Tourer Luxury Line||Hatchback||2.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO||$49,900|
|220i Active Tourer M-Sport||Hatchback||2.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO||$52,700|
|218i M Sport Gran Coupe||Sedan||1.5L PULP 7 SP AUTO||$47,990|
|M235i Xdrive Gran Coupe||Sedan||2.0L PULP 8 SP AUTO||$69,990|
BMW 2 Series Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the BMW 2 Series here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
What's a good car for a mid-life crisis?
There’s clearly no point in talking sense to you, your head is in a complete muddle. You want a fix for your mid-life crisis, yet you talk about resale value, warranty, fixed-price servicing and boring stuff like that. You need to think about what it is you want from your “sporty-ish” car, do you want a performance car that will be thrilling to drive, or are you a park-and-poser and just want to look good when you stop at the café for a latte. The VW Golf GTi is a thrill-a-minute hot hatch; you like the i30N, and both would be good buys. Buy the Lux if you decide on the i30N. You could also think about a BMW M3, or an older Porsche Boxster. I wouldn’t suggest a Commodore SS or a Falcon XR6T ute, they’re a bit boring.
BMW 2-Series extended warranty - yay or nay?
BMW’s warranty is pretty pathetic in this day and age, but that’s their deal. If you wanted a better deal you should have negotiated with the dealer before you signed up. You might have been able to twist his arm and get the extended warranty thrown in for free. I’m not a fan of extended warranties; dealers suggest them because they cop a decent whack out of the deal. I’m probably not the best one to ask about BMW warranty because my ownership experience with a BMW has been a nightmare and I wouldn’t own another one.