BMW Reviews - Interior & Walk Around

2017 BMW 2 Series Walk Around



The shape of the 2 Series successfully follows the classic lines of the revered 2002. It’s taut and simple, with a fairly big greenhouse. It clearly shows German design and detail.

The cloth top of the convertible comes in several colors.

Interior

The dashboard is like that in the 3 Series only smaller.

The standard cloth seats make the 2 Series feel basic, the optional leather more BMW-like. The thrifty side appears again with some hard plastics tucked in low-traffic places.

For a sports coupe, the cabin is spacious. The front seats offer ample space, and optional power adjustment, including the steering wheel. There is a glove box, two cupholders, and roomy pockets in the doors.

The rear seat is a long way from being comfortable for everyone, but at least there’s a function that makes climbing in and out easier. It’s particularly useful in the convertibles, whose rear seat is narrower to fit the top and its mechanism.

The convertible’s power top can be dropped or raised at speeds up to 30 mph, and in can do this in about 20 seconds.

The rear seat’s ability to split and fold allows room for cargo. The trunk is 13.8 cubic feet, about average for a compact coupe.

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