The BMW 2 Series might be the purest driver’s car in the BMW stable. What do you need to know before you buy a 2 Series? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
While driving from NC to LA for the auto show in the Jalopnik BMW 228i, Patrick and I passed through the tiny, dusty town of Quartzite, AZ. The name rung a bell because I just saw a post about a bookstore there. We decided to stop in, and I'm glad we did. Because I think we found the perfect new BMW spokesperson.
Earlier today, I mentioned I was starting on a cross-country trip to LA to drop off a reader-spec'd BMW 2 Series to our contest winner. What I didn't mention was that the trip has sort of started already, since I went to pick up the BMW from their Greenville, SC factory. This is by far the best way to pick up a new…
Top Gun. Top dog. The best of the best. That's how I would describe the M3 CSL version of the E46 BMW M3. This Euro-only special edition dropped the weight and added the paddle-shift SMG transmission to make a great car even better.
The 2015 BMW 2-Series, which is actually going to replace the BMW 1-Series, is about to debut. The Bavarian Motor Works have accordingly presented the world with this teaser video, in anticipation of the coupe's October 25th debut. If its predecessor is anything to judge it by, then it should be good.
Sadly, we Americans don't get the latest version of the BMW 1 Series, which is a hatchback in Europe. So what's going to happen to the coupe and convertible 1-er that we do get? More than likely, it will become this: the 2 Series. You know, as in smaller than a 3 but bigger than a 1.
Just two weeks ago, I was rejoicing over the fact that Bimmer Jesus heard my prayers for a slightly larger version of the BMW 3 Series that is inexplicably called a coupe despite having four doors. The result is the forthcoming 4 Series Gran Coupe.
It might be the BMW 1-Series or the 2-Series, but either way a new entry Bimmer is coming to the US, and 2Addicts has a new set of spy shots as evidence. The photos arrive courtesy of spy shooters Hans Lehmann, et. al., from points cold and northward, and show with new clarity the cabrio that first broke cover last…
A new spy video shows what looks to be BMW's rumored 2-Series cabrio being flogged on the N rburgring in fine form. If you weren't yet aware, loose talk going back to 2004 indicates the Bayerische boys are working up the new model range, which will include both coupe and cabrio models, for the US market. Word is…