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How Is The BMW X2 Different than the X3

The BMW X series of SUVs had a strange gap for a while. We saw every model between X1 and X6 except the X2. It’s a little bit like X-Men movies – easy to lose track of which one takes place when. It was mildly infuriating, but we are finally been able to say we’re a BMW X2 dealership!

As for BMW X2 specs, we’ll start with the price, which falls squarely between the X1 and X3. That makes it a good option between the two, although we particularly like the X2’s attitude. It comes across like a tall and roomy performance car rather than a straight-up SUV or crossover. It seems unique.

Look: The X2’s low-slung roofline is sleek, but through clever design it’s still very spacious. The BMW engineers are pulling a few visual tricks to give us an SUV that doesn’t just perform with sportier specs, but looks the part, too. (We like it in red.)

Handling: This model offers a little more room to stretch out than the X1. The wheelbase is longer. At the same time, the length is a bit shorter. This combination also gives it some of the best handling out of the X Series, especially when compared to either the X1 or X3. With the wheels so close to each corner, there’s very little top-heaviness impeding responsiveness and handling.

 

The X3 has a slightly larger wheelbase, but it’s also heavier and taller. The X2 is a smart approach to handling the driver a great deal of control, and it’s clearly superior in handling to the X3.

Acceleration: The X2 is 0.3 seconds faster than the X3 when going 0-60 mph. They both boast the same eight-speed automatic that’s given BMW SUVs their seamless shifts at speed.

Cabin Space: The X3 does offer a few inches extra height, being a more prototypical SUV. The X2 has nice room to stretch out, while the X3 has nice room to stretch up. It’s a matter of taste.

Cargo Space: While the X2 maintains nice cabin room, it sacrifices some storage space for its superior performance. It’s the difference between taking a week-long road trip with the X2 vs. a week-and-a-half with the X3.

Overall, a BMW X2 dealership should give you a look at both options. We’re loving the X2; it’s fun to drive and keeps you engaged with the road on both short and long trips.

The BMW X7 is Due for an M Series Makeover

BMW Crossovers | Braman BMW in Jupiter

The BMW X7 is becoming a reality; fans are eagerly anticipating its 2018 debut. But BMW doesn’t like to always sit back and consider themselves satisfied or “done.” Not when something else can be done. An improvement. A new idea. This is what is happening with the BMW X7. If it can be made a little sportier – then why not?

Once people realized that they could find a BMW SUV for sale, they couldn’t get enough of the luxury sports activity line. The X Series has worked out rather well for BMW, which means they’ll continue on the same course. With the X7 slowly becoming the next version available, the excitement continues to grow. What’s next for the top of the line BMW crossovers? An M model. Yes, the X7 is going to get the marque’s super-performance treatment.

It’s hard to say right now just what the M version will look like of this particular BMW SUV for sale. Assuming the standard version of the X7 has a combination of 6 and 8 cylinder engines, it might also be powered in the same fashion as the F90 M5. Still, much of what surrounds the X7 is speculation. Plans are that the X7 will be launched sometime in 2019, which means that the business case for a X7 M model won’t be officially due until 2018.

So it looks as though we’ll all have to wait until there is official word from BMW about their potential plans. As with any BMW crossovers, things can change – but with BMW, it’s they will always change in a very impressive way. Until then, it doesn’t hurt to keep an eye and ear out on the news for teasers and sneak peeks.