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216i Sport (A)  New Variant
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- 18.2km/L 107 bhp 7-speed (A) Steptronic DCT
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BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe
4 stars - based on 3 reviews
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Car Review - BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe 218i M Sport (A)
BMW's latest addition to its expanding product offerings is the 2 Series Gran Coupe, offering coupe-like style and sedan-like practicality in a compact package.
What We Dislike
Rear headroom can be tight for some
Good looking and well performance car
Drove BMW Series 2 GT currently but looking to change car so have a look at series 2 Gran Coupe, fall in love at the look and well craft interior. The performance and handling is similar to what my current ride but better in turning, cornering etc. I will get this if I need to change car in 2-3 years times.
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The Compact Gran Coupe
It was love at first sight. At the time of my purchase (Nov '20), the 4GC had just been phased out and the new 4GC had not hit our shores (At the time of writing, it still hasn't). Thus the only GC option at PML was the 2 Series and I'm glad it was. The reason I am attracted to Gran Coupe is the shape of the car, especially the side profile. I like the long hood and the short boot. The 2GC, although based on a 1 Series, captures the GC essence well as it takes design inspiration from it's bigger brother, the 4GC. The drive is fun, predictable and stable. Its compact size makes city driving fun and parking a breeze. The FR setup makes handling predictable and the GC design (long hood and mid set cabin) makes the whole car stable on long drives. The 2GC is the one that stands out from the crowd. It is not another cookie cutter build car like the common and plain Honda Vezel, Toyota Altis or a 3 Series. If you want to experience a Gran Coupe that is compact, fun to drive and won't break the bank, the 2GC is that one. That's why it won sgCarMart Compact Executive Sedan & Car of the Year 2020.
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The smallest BMW sedan you can buy
So, while the review on sgCarMart says that the car looks better than in photos. My first thought when I saw the 2 series Gran Coupe in real life is that it looks like an upmarket Attrage... The narrow width of the car and its pudgy stature seriously makes it look more like a budget compact sedan, instead of a graceful coupe that it's suppose to emulate. Now, looking past the looks and design of the car, the interior is indeed quite nice, it reminds of other more larger BMW like the 3 series, nothing unexpected here. While the coupe inspired roofline doesn't help much with the exterior design, it does take away some rear headroom. The centre seat is pretty much useless for adults, in fact, just keep it to 2 passengers at the rear and you should be fine. Drive wise, it's quite expectedly good, with nice and nimble handling that BMW is known for. Honestly, it's the exterior design that's the worst for this car, if only it is a little longer and wider, it might look better. But right now, you get a short and tall-looking car, with a front end that reminds of other budget compact sedans.
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Topic Title Replies Last Action

2014 / 2015 BMW 2 Series Active / Gran Tourer 4960 15-Apr-2022
2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe (F44) 119 10-Feb-2022
2022 2nd Generation BMW 2 Series Active Tourer 40 03-Nov-2021
2022 2nd Generation BMW 2 Series Coupe (G42) 9 10-Jul-2021
New BMW 218i Coupe 116 22-Jul-2018
VW sharan or BMW 216GT? 107 29-Mar-2017
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