Brand New 2021 BMW 2 Series Coupe uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 BMW 2 Series Coupe prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £3210 from our dealers. Our 2021 BMW 2 Series Coupe deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. BMW manufactures 18 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 168 £27105 Save £2694
Auto Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 166 £28555 Save £2847
Manual Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 169 £28105 Save £2799
Auto Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 167 £29555 Save £2952
Manual Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 171 £30035 Save £2967
Auto Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 169 £31155 Save £3120
Manual Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 168 £28355 Save £2826
Auto Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 166 £29805 Save £2978
Manual Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 169 £29355 Save £2931
Auto Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 167 £30805 Save £3083
Manual Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 171 £31135 Save £3083
Auto Petrol 2.0i 136 SS 2 2.0 136 169 £32255 Save £3235
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 2 2.0 184 166 £32835 Save £3296
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 2 2.0 184 169 £34435 Save £3464
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 2 2.0 184 166 £34085 Save £3427
Auto Petrol 2.0i 184 SS 2 2.0 184 169 £35535 Save £3579
Auto Petrol 3.0i 340 SS 2 3.0 340 189 £41695 Save £4192
Auto Petrol 3.0i 340 SS 2 3.0 340 189 £42795 Save £4307

It's slightly odd that a car that looks so instantly a winning proposition comes with so few direct rivals. What else is there that offers this sort of punchiness, in a Coupe body that sends drive to the rear wheels? Nissan's 370Z is a bigger, heavier thing, the Toyota GT 86 and Subaru BRZ twins more delicate and without the same options the throttle pedal in the 2 Series will afford.

Prices are quite reasonable, with the 218i starting at just under £24,000 which is similar to the amount required for a rival Toyota GT 86 but the BMW features much greater torque fitted as standard.

Trims run through SE, Sport and M Sport. BMW wants well over £35,000 for the M240i but that still makes it one of the better performance car bargains.

An M2 isn't, costing the best part of £45,000. We think an M240i is all you really need. Equipment here runs to a Nevada leather interior, both AUX-in and USB as well as a stereo that can play MP3s from CD, a multifunction steering wheel with a speed limiter mode, air conditioning, door sill finishers with M240i designation, a short-shift gear lever and a whole host of safety kit including DSC+ stability control, xenon headlights, a tyre pressure warning system and dynamic brake lights.

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