The first-ever BMW M2 is sheer driving pleasure embodied.Read the full review
|LIST PRICE||Fr $89,900|
The new M2 Competition is a better car than its M2 predecessor, though not through any one component, including the new engine. Rather, it’s the sum of each and every component added and tweak made to the chassis itself that has produced a more precise, if not quicker, M-Car than that which it replaces. In the end, it's still the best M-Car under $150K that BMW builds...
This is the muscly new BMW M2 Competition, which will kick off in Australia from AU$99,900. That's a lot of money, but this is a lot of car.
We have received countless emails about three of the hottest sub-$100k performance cars on the market. So, we're going to finally settle it. Which is quicker around the track? We pit the BMW M2 against the Audi RS3 and Mercedes-AMG A45. We get former World Rally Car driver Chris Atkinson behind the wheel to set lap times and figure out which is quickest...
For the past 40 years, the letter M has signified something special beneath the blue and white BMW badge. And now, with the addition of the M2, BMW’s M-car range is at its most diverse ever – but what makes these tri-colour road warriors so special? Let’s take a closer look.
Read the article here. The 2016 BMW M2 could be seen as the smaller, cheaper underling to the M4. Yes, it is smaller. Yes, it is cheaper. But to call the all-new, first-ever BMW M2 an underling would be an insult to it. And this isn’t a car that deserves to be insulted...