BMW 220d Convertible M Sport 2017 review
The 2 Series range receives a light facelift, enhancing its exterior and interior look, improving infotainment and adding more standard kit
The BMW 2 Series has undergone the latest wielding of the BMW design department’s surgical knife, resulting in a facelift for all Coupé and Convertible variants, as well as the 1 Series they’re based on. Here we focus on the 2 Series, which outside gets new standard LED headlights (adaptive ones are available as an option), a redesigned kidney grille, new (optional) LED fog lamps and restyled front air intakes. Further to that, three new exterior colours and four new styles of alloy wheel are available.The 2 Series’ insides have been given a going-over, too. The dashboard is completely new and has been angled more towards the driver, there’s a new instrument display, the latest iDrive infotainment system features and so does new leather upholstery. A scattering of air vent, window button and cup holder enhancements complete the list. But there are no mechanical changes. As such, we’re driving the 2.0-litre 220d diesel, which still produces 187bhp, officially does 60.1mpg and emits 124g/km of CO2 in popular M Sport trim.
Source: Autocar Online