2018 BMW X2 Series

  • Starting at : $499 / Mth
  • Months : 36
  • Miles/Yr : 10,000
  • $0 Down + Inceptions
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2018 BMW X2 Series Lease Standard Key Features

  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Dual Front Side-Mounted Airbags
  • Dusk-Sensing Headlights
  • Emergency Braking Preparation
  • Front Fog/Driving Lights
  • Post-Collision Safety System
  • Remote Anti-Theft Alarm System
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring
  • Emergency Braking Assist
  • Front And Rear Ventilated Disc Brakes
  • Passenger Airbag Occupant Sensing Deactivation
  • 205 Watts Stereo Output
  • 7 Total Speakers
  • USB Connection
  • USB With External Media Control
  • Keyless Ignition
  • Tilt And Telescopic Steering Wheel
  • Audio And Cruise Controls On Steering Wheel
  • Interior Air Filtration
  • Climate Control
  • Dual Illuminating Vanity Mirrors

Check out the full range of features on the 2018 BMW X2 Series

Overview of the 2018 BMW X2 Series

Looking more like a butch hatchback than a small crossover, the 2018 BMW X2 takes the German brand into new territory.

It’s essentially the stylish sibling to the comparatively workaday X1, but the new 2018 X2 looks like it’ll have its own personality as well when it hits the market in spring 2018.

The X2 shares the X1’s platform and wheelbase, which means it’s also a cousin to the Mini Countryman. At 172.2 inches from bumper-to-bumper, the X2 is 3.2 inches shorter than the X1 and its roofline is 2.8 inches lower. While the X1 casts a more conventional crossover shadow, the X2’s roof slopes more noticeably aft of the passenger compartment. Its most unique design element is arguably the rearmost roof pillar, a hefty chunk of sheet metal emblazoned with BMW’s signature blue-and-white roundels.

The X2’s focus on style means this SUV gives up some interior functionality compared to the X1. It may look cooler thanks to that shorter height and length, but those differences shrink cargo volume to 21.6 cubic feet (the X1 offers 27.1 cubes). Front and rear head- and legroom measurements decrease nominally as well. We also expect the smaller windows to affect visibility somewhat, but we’ll have to drive one first to know how much. The car is out for consumers in Spring 2018.