Rear passenger space is hampered a bit by the sloping roof - once you’re in it’s ok, but the high floor and low ceiling makes getting in and out a bit tricky if you’re tall. Space in the middle pew is also restricted despite a relatively low transmission tunnel, so you’ll want to avoid forcing anyone of lofty proportions into that position.
As you’d expect from the narrow windows, visibility out and back isn’t great, with chunky b-pillars hampering the over the shoulder view and an obscured rear three quarters that necessitates the addition of a reversing camera, or at least use of the standard rear parking sensors.
Will it fit in my garage?
The BMW X2 is lower and shorter than the X1 upon which it is based, despite sharing the same wheelbase and track. While that means it’s a bit more agile, this is still quite a large car, and makes its size known on narrow roads and winding city streets.
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