2016 BMW 2 series Convertible Adds xDrive to M235i,
Ups Prices Across the Board
While not exactly the yuppie-portable that a ragtop E30 3-arrangement was back in the late '80s, the present day BMW 2-arrangement Convertible is still a trendy approach to make its driver look great. Such vanity costs two percent more for the 2016 model, in spite of the fact that BMW tosses in more standard gear. At the highest point of the lineup, BMW likewise is presently offering all-wheel drive on the M235i convertible as did as of now on the car.
The base 228i Convertible with its 2.0-liter turbocharged four, and now incorporates a significant part of the previous $2050 Sport Line bundle as standard. That incorporates all the more forcefully supported seats, lustrous dark inside trim, red sewing on the directing wheel, Sport kidney grilles, and sundry outside bits in dark or chrome.
The Sport Line's game suspension and dark mirror tops are not standard, but rather relocate to another M Sport bundle, which replaces the M Sport Line. Another Luxury Package, which chromes the tailpipes and a significant part of the front belt, is accessible—however just once you've included the Premium Package and cowhide seats. The 2016 228i Convertible is $39,645 (up $795 from a year ago), while the 228i xDrive Convertible begins at $41,645, a $995 increment from 2015.
The not-exactly a M2 M235i Convertible now opens at $49,745 (versus $48,650 already), and xDrive is accessible, for $2000 more. Keyless section, a carport entryway remote, satellite radio, and auto-darkening side-perspective and rearview mirrors are recently standard, successfully discrediting the $2150 Premium Package with the exception of calfskin seats. Those are currently a different alternative.
2015 BMW 228i Convertible Price
BMW added auto high-shafts to the $700 Driver Assistance Plus Package, which as of now incorporates forward-crash and path flight alarms, alongside auto-braking with passerby recognition. Of all the BMW choices, this one can really be known as a quality considering the innovation included. The one that isn't, regardless of a $200 value decrease to $1950, is the Technology Package. That brings route, BMW's telematics framework, a greater LCD in the instrument bunch, and network with BMW's cell phone application