For 2020, the BMW X2 enters its third year as the brand's smallest crossover model; it holds up the affordable end of the range with the similarly sized X1.
What's New / Key Changes from Last Year
Changes for 2020 are limited to a standard 8.8-inch infotainment display (which replaces last year's 6.5-inch screen) and the inclusion of navigation across the line.
The X2's xDrive28i and xDrive35i trims are based around a choice of two turbocharged four-cylinder engines. All X2 models are standard with AWD and an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The BMW X2's standard features include 19-inch wheels and runflat tires, dynamic cruise control, tire pressure monitoring, heated/power-adjustable front sport seats, automatic climate control, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive LED headlights, LED fog lights, a CD player, satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, navigation, BMW's ConnectedDrive services, forward collision warning with city-speed automatic braking, and lane departure warning.
BMW charges extra for niceties like a heated steering wheel, auto-dimming mirrors, power-folding side mirrors, and a panoramic sunroof. Many of these items are bundled in the premium package essential, which also brings passive keyless entry.
Other standalone options are a head-up display and headlight washers.
An M Sport package bundles a sport suspension, rear spoiler and other sport-oriented appearance pieces.
The enhanced premium package adds radar cruise control and traffic jam assist.
BMW's fuel consumption estimates for the X2 are 9.9/7.6 L/100 km (city/highway) for the xDrive28i, and 10.0/7.8 L/100 km for the xDrive35i.
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