There has been a gap between BMW X1 and X3. It means that there is no X2. And if the gap between BMW X1 and X3 has been bothering you for years. Then worry no more as your prayers have been answered. BMW debuted the X2 crossover, and by that, they filled the gap in its lineup with a model.
Exterior Of BMW X2
The X2 is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four that has been working its way into the BMW range for some time. It produces 228 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. Coupled with an eight-speed automatic and front-wheel drive or optional xDrive all-wheel drive, the X2 shares its UKL2 platform with the new Mini Countryman. In fact, it’s much easier overall to process what the X2 offers by looking at it as BMW’s version of the Countryman.And its standard ride height makes the X1 look like a Baja truck or a United Nations ceasefire monitor’s armored SUV by comparison.
Interior Of BMW X2
From the inside, the X2 offers similarly modest accommodations. The interior design is on the business side. Up front, there is plenty of room for the driver and passenger, and out back the X2 consists of excellent ingress and egress for the rear-seat passengers.The rear cargo room is on the modest side, constrained a little by the stylish rear glass and wheel arches, but it’s appropriate for the X2’s daily tasks.
Performance On The Road
The X2 offers the feel of a small but not sporty BMW sedan. As it consists of a low seating position, short wheelbase and overall height make it a more passenger car than a small SUV. It gives a lot more tire and road noise than you’d expect in a BMW. And also, it offers brisk acceleration. The X2 is a lively driver that offers taut chassis control, sharp handling and a premium interior.