BMW's ever-growing SUV family welcomed its sixth member at thee end of last year, the X2, which is a sportier take on the X1.
Slotting under the X6 and X4, albeit with a different roofline, it features a funkier than usual design for a BMW, and it can also be had with black plastic cladding on certain models.
All versions of the car are well equipped, including the entry-level, which gets 18-inch alloy wheels, leatherette seats, climate control, 7-speaker audio, and infotainment system, carrying a starting price of $39,395 with the $995 destination charge.
The most affordable BMW X2 is $2,500 pricier than an equivalent X1, and it carries a $3,000 premium over a Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 4Matic. However, compared to the larger X4, it's $9,200 more affordable.
Play with the online configurator, available here, for a few minutes like we did, and you'll eventually see the MSRP of the BMW X2 reaching over $50,000. That's more than the larger X3 and X4, and it approaches the price of the new X5, which starts from $56,600 in the States.