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2020 BMW M240i Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: April 29, 2020
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Just as what AMG is to Mercedes and RS is to Audi, admit it, you wouldn't have really admired BMW if not for the endeavors achieved by its M-division. The Bavarian manufacturer wasn't really the paragon of luxury when it first came out. Every bit of its admiration and the chores sung among the fanboys were mostly the result of what its M-christened vehicles achieved. The youngest of these M vehicles - the BMW M240i, is a perfect example of how lethal can a wolf in sheep's clothing be. Now in its 2020 iteration, the M240i looks just like an ordinary 2 Series with a few bits and pieces screaming sportiness here and there.

The 2020 avatar of the M240i might not really intrigue you as there are minuscule changes over the previous model. Get inside the car though, and the story changes. The M240i, being the titan of the 2 Series lineup, already comes packed with a plethora of bells and whistles that set it head-to-head with the segment, if not ahead. The price-tag might not be the highlight in the M240i's portfolio, but if you want a compact coupe with stupendous handling dynamics, there's nothing better than this mini-M2 to rip off the tarmac!

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Pros

Aggressive power output

Strong fuel economy

Sporty and agile handling

Premium interior with lots of features

Cons

Competitors offering better boot space

Limited rear seat

What's New?

The BMW M240i receives minor cosmetic updates for the year 2020


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$45800

bodystyle

2dr Coupe

passenger capacity

4

drivetrain

RWD

engine type

displacement

183 cu.in.

horsepower

335 hp @ 5500 rpm

torque

369 lbs.-ft. @ 1520 rpm

transmission

8 speed automatic

chassis

frame type

Unibody

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension w/anti-roll bar

suspension rear

Independent rear multi-link suspension w/anti-roll bar

dimensions

wheelbase

105.9 in.

length

175.9 in.

width

69.8 in.

height

55.4 in.

curb weight

3519 lbs.

ground clearance

5.1 in.

capacity

cargo volume

13.8 cu ft.

payload capacity

785 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

5.2 sec.

warranty

basic warranty

4 yr./ 50000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

4 yr./ 50000 mi.

powertrain warranty

4 yr. / 50000 mi.

corrosion warranty

12 yr. / unlimited


Pictures & Videos

Exterior
Interior
Videos
2020 BMW M240i Exterior video
2020 BMW M240i Review video

Styles

2020 BMW M240i in Alpine White color 2020 BMW M240i in Black Sapphire Metallic color 2020 BMW M240i in Blue Metallic color 2020 BMW M240i in Long Beach Blue Metallic color
Alpine White

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Ratings

Features

6.5

Engine And Performance

7.0

Fuel Economy

5.2

Interior

5.5

Exterior

7.5

Safety

7.5

6.5

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2020 BMW M240i Base

Base

power
335 hp @ 5500 rpm
fuel
Premium unleaded (recommended)
mpg
24 combined

$45,800 - $47,800


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $45,800 MSRP (21/24/30) 335 hp @ 5500 rpm, 3 L, Inline 6, premium unleaded (recommended)
8-Speed Sport Automatic rear wheel drive 4
xDrive 2dr Coupe AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Starting at $47,800 MSRP (21/24/30) 335 hp @ 5500 rpm, 3 L, Inline 6, premium unleaded (recommended)
8-Speed Sport Automatic all wheel drive 4

Expert Review

6.5

Overall Rating


The BMW M240i carries a compact structure that lets you punch those corners with full force, and also comes in handy when parking this baby shark in tight spots. While the BMW M240i may not be carrying the looks of an ultimate track bully, do not let those humble lines and curves fool you. It’s every bit menacing. It's every bit of "M".

Starting at a price of $45,800, the BMW M240i runs against some big-time premium ferries such as the Audi A5, the Mercedes CLA 300, and the Jaguar XE. Now the question remains, can this German pocket rocket compete against some all-time vehicles of the segment? Let’s find out.

2020 BMW M240i Coupe Front View
2020 BMW M240i Coupe Rear View

6.5/10
Features

 

7.0/10
Engine and Performance

 

5.2/10
Fuel Economy

 

5.5/10
Interior

 

7.5/10
Exterior

 

7.5/10
Safety

 
 
 

2020 BMW M240i Features

6.5/10

The BMW M240i Coupe reaches the pedestals in one and only trim. Prices for the M240i start at $45,800. The lineup is offered in two drivetrains where one is the standard RWD while the xDrive which is an AWD configuration that requires automatic transmission. The standard RWD comes at a price of $45,800, whereas the xDrive AWD drains out $2000 more from your pockets.

Trim

BMW M240i

MSRP (RWD)

$45,800

MSRP (AWD) (xDrive)

$47,800

Key Features

335 hp, 369 lb.-ft. Of torque

 

Daytime Running Lights

 

Aerodynamic Kit

 

Stability Control

 

Traction Control

 

Cruise Control

 

Harman/Kardon Premium Sound

Which trim should you pick?

The Bavarian, in this case, does not give the option of being choosy to its buyers. The M240i is the company’s sole offering here. However, this offering compiles some of the best features in its standard equipment list. Though you get an option to choose between an RWD and an AWD setup, we’d recommend you go for the former, since it provides you with a more engaging drive. The added benefit of low maintenance costs and better fuel economy further improve the RWD version's scorecard.

2020 BMW M240i Engine and Performance

7.0/10

The BMW M240i may be perceived as a toothless tiger, eyeing its compact size and humble body design, but this is where such perceptions can prove fatal. Behind those legendary Bimmer kidney grilles, rests a fire-spitting 3.0L, turbocharged, 6-cylinder engine, which is potent enough to churn out a buzzard 335 hp, along with 369 lb.-ft. of torque.

The 8-speed automatic transmission acts as a perfect acquaintance to this powerhouse, providing effortless, and braced downshifts. The M240i feels refined throughout the rev-range and sounds simple hypnotic at the top of it. The optional Manual transmission on offer earns the final brownie points to give the purists a chance to challenge the slick-shifting automatics.

2020 BMW M240i Coupe 3.0L i6 Engine

The M240i is an ideal city car that can cruise-easy around the town with supreme ease. However, when the aficionado within you demands a feast, the M240i’s 3.0L cannon is always on call. The engine responds rapidly to the slightest of the throttle tap, with a minimal hint of turbo lag. In fact, the M240i is so prone to losing its rear end on flat-footing the accelerator, that every time you hit a twist, we bet you cannot resist going sideways.

Models

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

MSRP

$45,800

$44,200

$36,650

$46,235

Engine

3.0L Turbocharged Inline-6

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

Drivetrain RWD AWD AWD AWD

Transmission

8-Speed Torque Converter Automatic

7-Speed Automatic S Tronic Dual-Clutch

7-Speed DCT Automatic

8-Speed Torque Converter Automatic

Power

335hp@5,500rpm

252hp@5,000rpm

221hp@5,800rpm

247hp@5,500rpm

Torque

369lb-ft@1,520rpm

273lb-ft@1,600rpm

258lb-ft@1,750 rpm

269lb-ft@1,300rpm

The BMW 240i is the heavyweight champion of this league here. The ride generates a whopping 335 hp, along with 369 ft.-lbs. of torque, leading the segment by a big-big margin. The M240i also hosts the biggest engine in here with a 3.0L, 6-cylinder motor, while all the other contenders get a 2.0L 4-pot motor. Also, the Jaguar XE remains the least powerful here, and add that to its heft, you've got a slow-legger in your hands.  

How fast is the BMW M240i?

The BMW 240i is one hell of a rager and loves to flash its taillights to all its competitors. The turbocharged 3.0L, i6 gives a taste of dust to all other rides of this segment. Be it highway cruising, or going through the town, the eight-speed automatic transmission does a tremendous job in inflicting the M240i with eye-popping acceleration capabilities.

The BMW M240i zips from 0-60 MPH in just 4.4 seconds

The BMW M240i zips from 0-60 MPH in just 4.4 seconds while covering the quarter-mile distance in just 12.7 seconds. In case you're still not taking it to be a fast Bavarian, let us tell you, this Bimmer is just half a second slower than the legendary Toyota GR Supra! Yes, it's that fast!  

Model

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

0-60 MPH

4.4 secs

5.7 secs

6.2 secs

6.3 secs

Quarter Mile

12.7 secs

14.0 secs

14.5 secs

15.0 secs

Top Speed 155 MPH 155 MPH 155 MPH 155 MPH

Engine

3.0L Turbocharged Inline-6

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4

The BMW M240i is the fastest car in the segment, with the 3.0L i6 catapulting the ride from 0-60 in 4.4 seconds. Mercedes CLA250 4-Matic ranks second last, taking 6.2 seconds to attain the speed of 60 mph, closely behind the Audi A5. The Jaguar XE makes a gasping chase with 6.3 seconds under its belt. 

What about the braking performance of the BMW M240i?

The M240i exhibits its unmatched aura in the braking performance too. The M240i incorporates an M-tuned braking setup that takes a splendidly quick 103ft. to grind to a halt from 60 mph. Its brake feel is poise and remains steady. The ride remains composed and collected under hard braking situations as well, and there is not the slightest hint of any nosedive. 

The M-tuned brakes bring the M240i to a halt from 60MPH in just 103ft.

The standard 18-inch wheels do a fine job in planting firm feet on stomping the brake pedal. However, when tested, we found a minor issue with the M240i's brakes. If you're up for the track sessions, we recommend you get the brake rotors upgraded as these tend to overheat quickly. Infact, you can feel the braking efficiency deteriorating over prolonged use. Other than this hiccup, we found the M240i's brake setup to be one of the best in the segment.

Model

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

Brake Rotors Front

13.4"

13.3"

13.0"

12.4"

Brake Rotors Rear

13.6"

13.0"

12.6"

11.8"

Curb Weight

3519 lbs

3704 lbs

3589 lbs

3450 lbs

60-0 MPH

107 ft

124 ft

123 ft

123 ft

The BMW M240i boasts the biggest brake rotors in this segment. Adorned with M-tuned 13.4-inch rotors at the front, and 13.6-inch towards the rear, the M240i pulls off a far better halting performance than all its rivals. That said, we were really impressed with the Mercedes-Benz CLA's braking performance as well, considering its slightly bigger size and weight. 

What about the M240i's driving dynamics?

The BMW M240i handles itself with utmost grace. Throw the ride in a cornering spree, or some uneven pavement chase, the M240i, defying all odds, comes out unrivaled out of every situation. The biggest factors behind this feat of this ride are compact size, ultra-responsive steering, and proficient chassis setup. 

The 2020 M240i Coupe 3 Quarter View

The M240i does not let the irregularities get in its way of delivering a breathtaking performance since the firmly controlled suspension swallows most of the bumps out there. The Bimmer nails it around the corners as well, providing the driver a fun experience, spinning the ride around some sharp bends. M240i’s steering is one of the greatest places to get your hands-on. Steering effort feels light at low speeds and weights up relevantly when pinning that pedal. The feedback is lacking a bit, but it feels right most of the time. 

The M240i offers three driving modes, namely: Comfort, Sport, and Sport+. The Comfort mode accounts for a well-mannered, laid back driving with softer suspension settings and dialed-back throttle response. While on the other hand, Sport and Sport+ modes take care of your simulation needs with stiff suspension settings and stability controls.

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See how hospitable is M240i's cabin

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2020 BMW M240i Fuel Economy

5.2/10

Contemplating its performance, the BMW M240i may be considered a fuel-guzzler, but that’s just not the case here. Despite fabricating such humongous power, the M240i maintains a friendly relation with your monthly fuel budget. The M240i gives fuel-economy figures of 21 MPG in the city, 30 MPG on the highway, accounting for a combined MPG stat of 24.

Model

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

MPG (City)

22

24

25

24

MPG (Highway)

30

34

35

34

MPG (Combined)

25

27

28

28

Fuel Capacity 

13.7 gallons

15.3 gallons

13.5 gallons

16.6 gallons

Range (City/Hwy/Combined)

288/411/328 miles

367/520/413 miles

338/473/378 miles

398/564/464 miles

Emission (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/yr) 7.0 N/A N/A N/A

The M240i posts some impressive MPG figures yet stands last when placed against the competitors. Though, the rivals are not that distant ahead with most of them giving out 2-3 miles extra on each gallon. However, considering the fact that the BMW M240i's got the biggest and the most powerful motor under the hood than that of the competitors, these extra miles should not pinch that much. 

2020 BMW M240i Interior

5.5/10

Open the door of the BMW 240i, and that wide grin on your face may just turn to a mere smile. The cabin is the part where the greatness, converts to bare good. The dashboard is adorned with no-nonsense straightforward gauges and a simple instrument panel, which further adds to the ride’s sporty vibe, well, in a way. To some, the M240i's cabin might be the biggest turn-off considering the minimalistic approach taken by the folks at BMW. However, you wouldn't really miss any essential feature here though.

The 2020 M240i Coupe Rear Seats

Speaking of the roominess of M240i’s cabin, the front seats are impressive, with ample headroom and legroom, sufficient for taller occupants as well. However, the rear seats lack both roominess and practicality, deeming it unfit and cramped for adults. 

The M240i employs high-class material across the panel, but there are some rough patches in there, where some of these materials feel uninspiring for a car in this price range. However, black leather sports seats, leather-wrapped M steering wheel, and premium upholstery complete the interiors for this Bimmer. Another major perk of sitting inside an M240i is, you’d barely hear what the outside world is going through, all thanks to its well-muffled engine.

Model

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

Seating Capacity

4

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

40.1/54.4/41.5

39.0/55.3/41.3

38.5/ 55.1/ 41.8

N/A

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

36.5/53.4/33.0

36.1/50.7/32.7

35.7/ 54/ 33.9

N/A

Though we do not have the details for the British Comrade here, in real life, the Jaguar XE feels much roomier than the M240i, especially at the back. Disappointingly, Mercedes-Benz - a brand famous for its unmatched opulence and hospitality, stands at the last here. The Mercedes-Benz CLA seems to be the most cramped up car here in the comparison. 

Does the BMW M240i comes loaded with tech inside?

The BMW M240i employs a 6.5-inch iDrive system, as its focal infotainment panel. One of the greatest salient features of this setup is its sensible menu system and an easy-to-use rotary knob that simplifies most of its operations. The interface does take a bit of time to get used to, but the iDrive is better, simpler, and much easier to use than most of its competitors in this class segment. Infact, that's the major USP of the iDrive as opposed to Audi A5's MMI.

The 2020 BMW M240i employs a 6.5-inch iDrive system, as its focal infotainment panel

Some of the most prominent features of the M240i’s iDrive infotainment system are: 

  • BMW ConnectedDrive Services
  • 7-speaker sound system with CD Player
  • Onboard Hands-Free Communications System
  • AM/FM Radio
  • Bluetooth
  • Sat Navigation
  • USB Input

Creature comforts on offer in the BMW M240i

 When you buy a Bimmer, you expect every ride to be a leisure ride and the M240i offers a number of features inside the cabin, in order to keep your expectations uplifted. Some of these features are:

  • 10-way power front sport seats; including 2-way power side bolsters, 1-way manual headrests and thigh support; driver memory for exterior mirror and seat positions
  • 60/40 split fold-down through-load rear seats
  • High-gloss Black interior trim with Pearl Gloss Chrome highlight
  • SensaTec upholstery
  • Folding rear-seat headrests

How much cargo can the BMW M240i carry?

The Bavarian manufacturer along with the rear seat space also chops down the boot space for the M240i. Moreover, the ride’s small back-seat area doesn't leave much room for additional cargo when the rear backseat is folded up.

The 2020 BMW M240i Coupe features 13.8 cu.ft Cargo Volume

Clearly not the M240i's forte, the cargo space is minimal and loading/unloading factor isn't very user-friendly either. The tailgate lifts pretty high up but owing to its low-slung stance, it doesn't really work wonders to improve the loading factor. The boot lip is also a bit high and you will have to lift the luggage up to some height before you can load it into the bay. 

Model

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

Cargo Capacity

13.8 cu.ft.

21.8 cu.ft.

11.6 cu.ft.

16.1 cu.ft.

The M240i lags almost behind all of its competitors except the Mercedes-Benz CLA. The Audi A5, carrying it’s utilitarian character forward, provides the best-in-class cargo space of 21.8 cubic feet. The Jaguar XE makes a chase and ranks second with 16.1 cubic feet at the back, followed up by the BMW M240i, and finally the CLA 250 4Matic. 

Also Read:

Is the BMW M240i a reliable buy?

See how does the BMW M240i feel behind the steering? 

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2020 BMW M240i Exterior

7.5/10

Compact, narrow, and short, these are the words that exquisitely define the BMW M240i coupe’s body character. Elements such as the kidney-grille, LED headlights, and the hard-lines running across it, help the M240i uplift the spirit of those old BMWs while providing all of today's innovations.

The M240i strives to create an ideal mix of simple aesthetics and a sporty aerodynamic body. The ride’s ground clearance is the greatest in the segment, which muscles the fact that the M240i can ravel across the uneven tarmac, with much more ease as compared to the rivals.

The 2020 BMW M240i Coupe Side View

The front of the M240i gets decorated by the iconic kidney-grille and all-LED headlights. On top of that sloping roof, sits a shark fin antenna like a cherry on the cake. Dip down that slanting back glass and that athletic spoiler and mono sport exhaust pipe on either side, scream havoc. 

Model

BMW M240i

Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4Matic

Jaguar XE

Curb Weight

3519 lbs

3704 lbs

3589 lbs

3500 lbs

Length

175.9"

186.3"

184.6"

183.9"

Width

69.8"

72.6"

72"

77.4"

Height

55.4"

54.6"

56.7"

55.8"

Ground Clearance

5.1"

4.5"

4.3"

4.9 "

Wheelbase

105.9"

111.2"

107.4"

111.6"

The BMW M240i comes out as the shortest and the narrowest set of wheels in this segment, thus bolstering the fact that it’s more of a performance-focused beast than a plush family ferry. If you're looking for extravagance in terms of size, the Audi A5 is what you're eyeing for. It is the biggest Coupe in the discussion here, and certainly feels like it.

What are the highlights of the BMW M240i's exterior?

The M240i is a handsome vehicle and some of the most prominent features of its profile include: 

  • Aerodynamic body kit
  • Rear spoiler
  • Chrome-line exterior trim
  • 18” alloy wheels
  • LED fog lights
  • LED headlights
  • Sport kidney-grille
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2020 BMW M240i Safety

7.5/10

Based on the recently introduced UKL platform, meant for the more affordable vehicles in BMW's lineup, the M240i uses the most advanced form of the UKL structure. Apart from one of the safest architecture in the business, the BMW M240i also uses a wide array of advanced safety features that run calculations every millisecond to wrap you up into a safe cocoon. Some of the most praiseworthy driver-assist features inculcated into the BMW M240i as standard are.

  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Seat-mounted front side-impact airbags
  • Driver's and passenger's front airbag supplemental restraint system (SRS) with advanced technology: dual-threshold, dual-stage deployment
  • Front and rear Head Protection System (HPS)
  • Knee airbags for driver and front passenger
  • Automatic-locking retractors (ALR) on all passenger safety belts for installation of child-restraint seat
  • LATCH attachments for child-restraint safety installation
  • Coded Driveaway Protection
  • Anti-theft alarm system

2020 BMW M240i Competition

BMW M240i vs. Audi A5 Sportback

The Audi A5 finds a place in the stack against the BMW M240i, but this “four-ringed” offering is an extreme opposite of the Bimmer. Moreover, where the M240i prioritizes performance, the A5 carries a tunnel vision towards comfort. The M240i triumphs in terms of power and performance, but the A5 hammers on the aspects where the M240i lacks - comfort and utility. The choice depends on your priority here.

2020 Audi A5 2.0 TFSI Premium Sportback

BMW M240i vs. Mercedes-Benz CLA250 4Matic

The Mercedes CLA250 is one hell of a binding ride with extraordinary driving dynamics and is heavily armed with features. The CLA250 houses a proficient powertrain, rich seating and upscale cabin quality. Like the Audi A5, the Mercedes tilts towards extravagance and a lavish ride, and yet the silver bolt has enough grasp to please the speed knack inside you. One of the biggest unique selling proportion of CLA250 4Matic, which gives it a major plus over the M240i. In terms of reliability, however, we think its the BMW M240i you can count on. 

2020 Mercedes Benz CLA 250

2020 BMW M240i Final Verdict

The BMW M240i is worth every buck if you are looking forward to procuring a hot, performance-focused set of wheels. The havoc-wreaking 3.0L 6 cylinder engine, along with those incredible driving dynamics, and compact size, can catapult the M240i on track. All of that while remaining tamed under city driving conditions. 

However, the ride lacks upon the utilitarian aspect, with below-par boot and rear-seat space, but that’s just not the character of the M240i. You wouldn’t buy the M240i for its practicality or the rear seats. So, clearly the car is designed for fun and pragmatic.

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2020 BMW M240i Overall Reviews


Richard H. Pennington

Richard H. Pennington 2020 BMW M240i xDrive 2dr Coupe AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 24, 2020

BMW M240i is top level in performance.

Overall Review -

10

Overview Rating

The BMW M240i is the best car.

10/10

Features

8/10

Interior

9/10

Design

10/10

Safety

10/10

Reliability

8/10

Deal Value

10/10

Dealer Review


Chris Valcourt

Chris Valcourt 2020 BMW M240i 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl 6M)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 8, 2020

A perfect balance of power and features

Overall Review -

10

Overview Rating

A good car that checks all the right boxes.

10/10

Features

10/10

Interior

10/10

Design

10/10

Safety

10/10

Reliability

10/10

Deal Value

10/10

Dealer Review


Carrie Vallee

Carrie Vallee 2020 BMW M240i 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 8, 2020

Sophisticated Maniac

Overall Review -

10

Overview Rating

If you want a no-nonsense sports car with ride quality comparable to luxury cars then bmw m240i is what should lure you in

10/10

Features

10/10

Interior

10/10

Design

10/10

Safety

10/10

Reliability

10/10

Deal Value

10/10

Dealer Review

Top User Reviews


10

User Overall Rating

"BMW M240i is top level in performance."

I would reach 0-60 mph in a matter of seconds. When I drove this Coupe on the highway, nobody couldn’t reach me and touch my top speed.
by Richard H. Pennington

10

User Overall Rating

"A perfect balance of power and features"

Better than most. I love that they had a manual transmission option. BMW didn’t only focus on power and numbers but also on making sure the owners feel comfortable and in control. Too much power is never good. You need to have a balance between everything, having one thing better than the other is not an ideal situation. This is what I like about this car. It has this balance that no other in it...
by Chris Valcourt

10

User Overall Rating

"Sophisticated Maniac"

Well, its a tricky question and I’m gonna be biased about it. This is my third BMW and I for one have always admired what they do with their cars, but I have never owned a BMW with an M badge on it. Does it make a difference? Hell Yes it does. I have never been more impressed with a car in my life. You know a car is good when you can go into corners confidently where others are flooring their br...
by Carrie Vallee