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    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe

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    220i Sport
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    ₹ 41.48 Lakh
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    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Key Specifications

    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Engine1995 to 1998 cc
    Power and Torque
    188 to 189 bhp & 280 to 400 Nm
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    DriveTrainFWD
    Acceleration7.1 to 7.5 seconds
    Top Speed233 to 240 kmph

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Summary

    After a long wait, BMW has finally revealed the 2 Series Gran Coupe. Not to be confused as a 2 Series Coupe with two extra doors, the 2 Series GC is an all-new product and the smallest in BMW’s four-door-coupe line-up. It is positioned between the smaller 1 Series sedan and the 3 Series and is squarely aimed at Mercedes-Benz CLA.

    Making use of the same FAAR platform as the 1 Series, the 2 Series GC has a front-wheel-drive layout. In terms of appearance, the Gran Coupe looks like a smaller 8 Series. The bulbous headlamps of the 2 Series Gran Tourer are chiselled while the grille design is akin to the one seen on the 3 Series. The front bumper design varies according to trim levels and matches the overall profile of the car.

    The silhouette has a flowing roofline ending up in a well-sculpted boot lid. The taillamp design appears to be borrowed from the 8 Gran Coupe and looks quite attractive for a small compact sedan. Rounding off the exterior are dual exhaust setup, frameless doors and 18-inch dual tone alloy wheels. In terms of dimensions, the 2 Series Gran Coupe measures 4,526x1,800x1,420mm with a wheelbase of 2,670mm and a boot space of 430 litres.

    The 220d comes loaded with many bells and whistles you could expect from a luxury carmaker. It gets powered front seats, digital instrument cluster, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, gesture control, Apple CarPlay connected navigation, a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, etc. Yes, you do miss a heads-up display and ventilated seats. Nonetheless, the M-Sport allures you with its M-specific tweaks with M Sport steering wheel and sporty aluminium pedals. It also boasts of an M Sport body kit with sculpted bumpers and side aprons, 'M' badges on the front fenders, a shiny chrome grille, and glossy black trim around the windows. Then, there are driver assists like active cruise control, lane change warning, rear collision warning, cross-traffic warning, et al. Additionally, the innovative reversing assistant and park assist are also offered here.

    Powertrain options on the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe are a 2.0-litre diesel engine and a 2.0-litre petrol engine. The former is tuned to produce 187bhp and 400Nm of torque while the latter produces 189bhp/280Nm of peak torque. An eight-speed automatic transmission is paired with the diesel guise while the petrol gets a seven-speed automatic transmission. The driver can choose between three driving modes - EcoPro, Comfort, and the Sport. These alter the characteristics of the engine, gearbox, suspension, and air-conditioner settings.

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Price

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe price starts at ₹ 41.48 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 44.50 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). 2 Series Gran Coupe comes in 3 variants. 2 Series Gran Coupe top model price in petrol is ₹ 43.49 Lakh. 2 Series Gran Coupe base model price in diesel is ₹ 44.50 Lakh. Whereas the price of 2 Series Gran Coupe automatic version starts from ₹ 41.48 Lakh.

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    2 Series Gran Coupe 220i Sport

    ₹ 41.48 Lakh
    1998 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 14.8 kmpl, 189 bhp
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    2 Series Gran Coupe 220i M Sport

    ₹ 43.49 Lakh
    1998 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 14.8 kmpl, 189 bhp
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    2 Series Gran Coupe 220d M Sport

    ₹ 44.50 Lakh
    1995 cc, Diesel, Automatic (TC), 18.6 kmpl, 188 bhp
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    CarWale's Take on BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe

    • Good Things
      • Typical BMW driving dynamics
      • Refined motor
      • Handsome looks
    • Could be Better
      • Expensive
      • Strictly a four-seater
      • Low ground clearance, unfavourable ingress height

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Verdict

    The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe is a youthful alternative for those to want to join the big league. Compared to the diesel-powered 220d version, the young-at-heart owner of the 220i enjoys a refined motor, BMW’s renowned driving dynamics and a sporty cabin with a sane degree of practicality. 

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Review

    “Is it the Night Fury?” asked my nephew when I showed him the picture of the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe you see here. ‘No, that’d be the Black Shadow edition of it’.

    Engine and Performance

    7.5 / 10

    Engine Shot

    With the 20i on the boot lid, powering the petrol-powered 2 Series is the refined 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine which also does duties in the Mini Cooper and X1. It has an almost identical power of 189bhp at 5,000rpm as the 220d diesel; while the torque output of 280Nm accessible between 1,350-4,600rpm is down compared to 400Nm available in the oil burner. Turn over the engine and it settles into a refined idle, although in Sport mode, ones standing near the dual exhaust tip might be greeted by some raucous thump.

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Sending the power to the front wheels only is a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. It does a fairly good job of upshifting quickly, keeping the motor churning under 2,000rpm for everyday city driving. Although for a quick burst of power you’d have to wait for a few ticks for revs to rise to 4000rpm. It’s here where the motor feels alive and kicking. But it won’t snap your neck when the throttle is smashed to the ground. Even the dual-clutch gearbox takes some time to decide which cog to slide when hurried but the shifts remain free of any jolt or jounce.

    Left Side View

    Those familiar with BMW’s four-banger will know the progressive nature of this motor. There’s ample grunt at slow speeds but it’s surely not comparable to the strong pull you get in the 220d. For triple-digit cruising, you can keep the motor running as low as 1,700rpm but it needs to be woken up from slumber if the need for a quick overtake arises. Of course, there’s the manual mode with paddle shifters behind the wheel to take control and it does a fairly good job too. Then there are the usual three driving modes. In the Eco Pro, throttle response is subdued to extract the most from each drop of liquid gold. Switch to Comfort and it does well for your day-to-day commutes. Lastly, the Sport mode comes in handy if you want sharper throttle response, quick steering, and some tyre-squealing action.

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    In our VBox test figures, the 0-100kmph in the 220i came up in 7.68 seconds. And this was in thoroughly drenched monsoon road conditions. On a good sunny day, we could expect at least 0.75second – if not a whole second – off that time. In the acceleration run, 20-80kmph came up in a fairly quick 4.22 seconds, while 40-100kmph took 5.40 seconds. On the flip side, it manages an overall fuel economy of 8.36kmpl combined (city- 7.62kmpl, highway- 9.75kmpl); not a frugal engine.

    Ride and Handling

    8 / 10

    Left Front Three Quarter

    One thing the UKL underpinnings has benefitted the 2 Series with is ride quality. At slow speeds, the 2 GC remained comfortable absorbing anything and everything we were able to throw its way on the monsoon ravaged roads. Although there’s a lot of suspension noise filtering inside the cabin, it's more heard than felt. And as the speed increases, the cabin becomes even noisier – instead it’s not the wind noise troubling the ambience but the infuriation tyre noise. This might not be agreeable to some buyers. Riding on 225/45 R17 section tyres, a change of rubber could help reduce the cabin noise we reckon. Out on the highway, it manages to follow the undulations rather than sway over it.

    Left Side View

    Another likeable thing about the 2 GC is its well-weighted steering. Although it gets a tad lighter in the Eco Pro mode, there’s an option to adjust it to the Comfort/Sport setting easily. So the steering is quick to respond right from the word go and has absolutely no dead zone (play) off-centre. Going less than two-and-half turns lock-to-lock, it’s progressive and is communicative too which is helpful when weaving through traffic. But unlike some expensive BMWs, it doesn’t get the sophisticated adaptive steering. So at triple-digit speeds, the steering needs to be constantly worked and held in place especially when the road surface tends to deter. On the upside, despite having the FWD setup, the torque steer is kept under control and you can throw the 2 around tight corners with ample confidence.

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    Interior Quality, Space, and Comfort

    7 / 10

    Dashboard

    Getting inside the 2 Series Gran Coupe is a tussle. With low seat and roof height, large seat bolsters and narrow leg space getting in isn’t as graceful as you’d expect. But once inside, everything fits like a glove – especially the snug seats with ample side support, extendable under-thigh support, and electronic lumbar adjustment. Extra brownie points here for offering memory function for driver’s seat. Ergonomically, it is tough to find fault in the 2 Series with accessible controls combined with good visibility, and enough stowage space to store all your knick-knacks. Even the large all-digital driver’s display and slightly-inclined touchscreen instrument cluster are of the newest iteration that BMW has on offer.

    Front Row Seats

    If getting in the front seat is a tussle, getting in the second row is an effort. With the roofline dropping sharply at the rear, narrower doors don’t help the case. Moreover, although it looks large from the outside, the 2 GC is usable as a four-seater at best. The rear bench has just about enough headroom for my frame (I am 5.5’) despite the scooped-out roof, making it uncomfortable for taller passengers on longer journeys. 

    Second Row Seats

    Unfortunately, the middle seat is suitable merely for a child owing to its shorter seat squab and raised centre floor – yet you do get a three-point seatbelt for all three seats. There's also a large panoramic sunroof that helps in making the cabin feel slightly bigger and airier than it really is. But the smaller glass area at the back might feel stifling to few. 

    Bootspace

    Lastly, the boot capacity of 430 litres is acceptable for a car this size and the cargo space is also fairly square and usable. The 40-20-40 split backrest of the second row can also be pulled flat using the levers provided in the boot.

    Features and Safety Equipment

    8 / 10

    Instrument Cluster

    Although the 2 Series is an entry-level BMW, there’s nothing entry-level about its equipment list. We have the M Sport guise with us but features like two-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers, BMW’s LED headlamp and tail lamp design, panoramic sunroof, UV-protected glass, ambient lighting, cruise control, and leather upholstery come as standard. Customers can also opt from two choices for the leather upholstery. 

    Instrument Cluster

    Additions to the M Sport trim includes a wireless charger, 10.25-inch all-digital instrument cluster and 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen units, the unique-to-BMW gesture control and a 205W 10-speaker music system. 

    Center Console/Centre Console Storage

    In terms of safety and driver-assist hardware, the 2 GC offers six airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist, cornering brake control, DSC and electronic differential lock, TPMS, run-flat tyres, pedestrian protection with the active bonnet, reverse camera with auto-lowering passenger-side ORVM, and ISOFIX child seat mounts.

    Conclusion

    7.5 / 10

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Unlike the Night Fury, the BMW 2 Series isn’t the last of its kind. BMW is known for carving niche body style and establishing a new segment out of it altogether – case in mind the X6 with its coupe-SUV cult. So, similar to the bigger 8 Series Gran Coupe, the 2 Series Gran Coupe isn’t a coupe since there are four doors. But it flaunts a sloping roofline with frameless doors – like the ones in coupes – confusing right? 

    Left Side View

    Secondly, the 2 GC is handsome yet quirky to look at, and some buyers might want something more traditional like the A-Class Limousine instead. More importantly, even though the 2 Gran Coupe is a well-rounded package, not many would consider it as a practical sedan. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    And the knockout blow for the 2 Series Gran Coupe in India is its pricing. This 220i M Sport retails at Rs 50.07 lakh on the road in Mumbai. We expected the pricing to be much more aggressive before it was launched. Meanwhile, the standard 3 Series (bigger and a proper sedan) can be yours at Rs 52.35 lakh (OTR). And if you still want a BMW that’s cheaper, the X1 isn’t a bad choice either – based on the same FWD platform as the 2 GC with a similar powertrain choice, while also offering a higher ground clearance. 

    Rear View

    However, the BMW 220i isn’t for someone looking for a practical runabout in the luxury space. It’s for those who want their cars to stand out, look contemporary, and make them feel young (or it could either belong to the younger member of the family). And yet be comfortable, safe, and engaging to drive while still delivering the driving fun and striking a smile on your face each time you take it out for a spin.

    Pictures by Kapil Angane and Kaustubh Gandhi

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    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Mileage

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe mileage claimed by ARAI is 14.8 to 18.6 kmpl. The petrol version has a mileage of 14.8 kmpl. The diesel version has a mileage of 18.6 kmpl.

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI MileageUser Reported Mileage
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    (1995 cc)

    Automatic (TC)18.6 kmpl-
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    (1998 cc)

    Automatic (TC)14.8 kmpl-
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    • Best in its class car
      A beautiful beast of a car. Medium sized sedan with the most luxurious experience. Drives like knife in butter. The interior space on the rear seats could have been more and may be a problem for taller people.
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    • BMW 2 Series review
      The best car in whole cars in world. it was just like heaven. luxury . can't talk about this car .just drive it. the amazing car ...I used to say one word about this car ...it was just like flight.
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    • The best car with the middle range price.
      This is the best car ever I have driven. It gives you a very dashing personality.It is affordable car for middle class families. . Thanks for making this car
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    • Top reasons why you should not buy this car
      Buying experience was good enough and so satisfying it really feels like you are buying an good car in India Driving experience was super but could have been better Mercedes A class limo is having better driving dynamics than this one but its engine is less powerful Mercedes has 150 hp and bmw has 190hp engine but the pickup speed in both the cars are same so I think bmw should improve upon there engine power delivery and improve it. Servicing and maintenance costs are also pocket friendly the car should be now updated with ADASH system 360 cam and other new tech stuff as nowadays affordable cars are also getting these thing and bmw should update it as its an entry-level bmw Sedan.
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    • Best Coupe car ever
      Truly the best BMW car ever loaded with tons of features at this price point. This 2 series is unbeatable. You just have to compromise with the comfort of the car. Rest all features are out-standing.
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    Q: What is the on road price of BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe?

    The on-road price of 2 Series Gran Coupe in Delhi starts at ‎₹ 48.57 Lakh and goes upto ‎₹ 53.08 Lakh. The on road price is made up of ex-showroom price, RTO registration, road tax and insurance amount.

    Q: How much will be the EMI or down payment for BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe?

    BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe EMI starts at ₹ 78,399 per month for a down payment of ₹ 4,14,771 and a tenure of 60 months @ 9.5% interest rate for a loan amount of ₹ 37.33 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe and Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine?

    2 Series Gran Coupe price starts at ₹ 41.48 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1998 cc engine. Whereas A-Class Limousine price starts at ₹ 41.99 Lakh ex-showroom and It comes with 1332 cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: What are the offers available on BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe for June?

    There are 5 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe offers in Delhi for the month of June.

    Q: What is price of BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe top model?

    Top model of 2 Series Gran Coupe is 220d M Sport and the ex-showroom for 2 Series Gran Coupe 220d M Sport is ₹ 44.50 Lakh.

    Q: What is the mileage of BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe?

    The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe mileage is 14.8 - 18.6 kmpl.

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    CityOn-Road Prices
    Mumbai₹ 50.08 Lakh onwards
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    Delhi₹ 48.57 Lakh onwards
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    Chennai₹ 51.15 Lakh onwards
    Kolkata₹ 48.72 Lakh onwards