- Very reasonable across the board
- sDrive18d the hero of the range
- Popular xDrive20d a good all-rounder
In terms of claimed fuel economy the BMW X2’s running costs are much of a muchness – the sDrive18d is the best performer with 62.8mpg on offer, while the worst is the sDrive20i with 51.4mpg.
Pitched right down the middle is the projected best-selling xDrive20d – this claims 60.1mpg is possible, and is actually a more frugal unit than the less powerful all-wheel drive xDrive18d.
Estimated fuel cost per year
|Fuel type||Pence per litre||Estimated cost per year *|
|Unleaded||128p||£1,164 - £1,238 *|
|Diesel||131p||£961 - £1,063 *|
* The estimated fuel cost figure is based on an annual mileage of 10,000 miles and is a guide to how much this model will cost in fuel each year. It's calculated using the model's average MPG (calculated from both town centre and motorway driving) and the average fuel price from around the country. Actual fuel costs will vary based on driving style and road conditions.
Ongoing running costs
|Servicing period||As per on-board computer|
|Road tax (12 months)||£140|
22 - 32
How much is it to insure?
Vehicle excise duty (VED) varies according to the CO2 emissions and the fuel type of the vehicle. For cars registered before 01 March 2001 it is based on engine size. For cars registered on or after 01 March 2001 the VED or road tax is based on the car's CO2 emissions.
Following in the footsteps of the X2’s fuel economy is the amount of CO2 it produces in its various forms, whether petrol, diesel, two- or all-wheel drive.
The best car again is the sDrive18d, with 119g/km of CO2, while the best all-wheel drive model is the xDrive20d – its 124g/km bettering the lower powered xDrive18d’s 128g/km.
Petrol-powered sDrive20i cars are something of a middling effort, with 126g/km of CO2, making them a viable alternative to diesel for the ecologically minded.
Highest and lowest CO2 emissions
|Engine||CO2 emissions||Road tax (12 months)|
|2.0i Petrol||g/km (Min)||N/A|
|2.0i Petrol||134 g/km (Max)||£140|
- Underpinnings shared with X1
- Engines used across the range
- Reliability shouldn’t be a problem
On one hand it’s far too early to tell whether the BMW X2 is going to give you any reliability bother – on the other, it’s based on tried-and-tested mechanicals from a renowned manufacturer. We reckon you’ll be fine.
Car checklist problem points
|Body||No problems reported.|
|Engine / gearbox||No problems reported.|
|Other||No problems reported.|