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BMW 220i 2017 Review: Snapshot


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At $52,990 for the coupe and $59,900 for the convertible version, the 220i Luxury Line is the entry-point to the 2 Series range. 

Equipment highlights include 17-inch light-alloy wheels, LED headlights and fog lights, ‘Driving Assistant’ functionality (combines camera-based ‘Lane Departure Warning and Approach’ and ‘Pedestrian Warning with the City Brake Activation’), digital radio, ‘Navigation System Business’ with ‘iDrive6’ accessed via a 6.5-inch display, dual-zone climate control air, reversing camera, a leather sports steering wheel, sports front seats, ‘Dakota’ leather upholstery, plus front and rear parking sensors.

The 220i is powered by a 2.0-litre ‘TwinScroll’ turbo-petrol four, featuring ‘Valvetronic’ variable valve control and ‘Double-VANOS’ variable camshaft control, and developing 135kW at 5000rpm, and 270Nm between 1350-4600rpm.

Claimed fuel consumption for the 220i Coupe, on the combined (ADR 81/02 - urban, extra-urban) cycle, is 5.9L/100km, emitting 135g/km of C02 in the process. The 220i Convertible rates 6.1L/100km (140g/km).

Across the mainstream 2 Series line-up (220i to M240i) driver assistance tech including AEB, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection and lane departure warning is standard.