BMW X2 Leasing
Top 3 Features
Sporty-looking exterior design.
Spacious and high-quality interior.
Sharp chassis makes for an engaging drive.
Why Lease A BMW X2?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The X2 is about the same size as other compact SUVs and offers acres of space for the 2 front occupants. The steeply raked roofline doesn’t compromise much on rear headroom, but the small window area can make it feel a bit claustrophobic back there on longer journeys. Fitting a 5th passenger in the rear is possible but not recommended for extended periods.
The boot space is competitive, giving up little to the more conventionally shaped BMW X1 and actually outdoing the Volvo XC40, Toyota C-HR and Audi Q2. Rear seats down, your mountain bike will fit without much hassle.
The BMW X2 range is offered with petrol, diesel and mild-hybrid engine options. All-wheel drive is standard on all but the base models. The 224hp plug-in hybrid is the most economical, offering up to 166.2mpg and 32 miles of all-electric range. The benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax is the lowest of the lot, at 11%.
The diesels offer between 50.4- and 57.6mpg, while the petrols are slightly less efficient, with figures ranging between 40.4- and 46.3mpg. The potent M35i averages around 36mpg and attracts the highest BIK tax rate of 37%.
X2 SUVThe X2 is only available in 5-door compact SUV form.
The BMW X2 Vs Competitors
The BMW X2 is a solidly built and reliable vehicle. It shares much of its underpinnings with the more conventional X1 SUV, which has also proven itself as a quality product. BMW provides a 3-year warranty on all its new vehicles.
Drivers looking to lease an X2 can choose between 6 specifications, most of which are loaded towards the M Sport and M Performance sporty end of the spectrum.
Yes, every X2 comes with front and rear parking sensors as standard, including a rear-view camera. Additional driver assist features are also available.
The X2 is great for 2 adults and as much luggage as they can possibly need for a month-long road trip. The rear seats are spacious enough, but the small windows can make it feel a bit confining for longer periods. You will be better off with a traditionally shaped SUV if regularly carrying 4 adults is a necessity. Cupholders in front of the gearlever and in the rear centre armrest cater for your bottle-holding needs. The glovebox is a useful size too, and you can store wallets and keys in the door pockets.
Both models share much of their running gear and interior layout. The BMW X1 offers more space in the rear for passengers and cargo, while the X2 looks and drives a bit sharper. Unique differences include a 306hp engine option for the X2 and a softer suspension set-up on the X1. The choice of which model to lease comes down to your personal needs.
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