BMW X2 Trim Levels


For racing around Westchester County and Yonkers, New York, the BMW X2 scratches the itch you may get while watching the famous race in Monte Carlo.

While you consider what might have been, decide what will be. Browse our online inventory and visit our showroom to get a real taste for this sports activity coupe (SAC) champ at BMW of Westchester.

With three different trims––the sDrive28i, xDrive28i, and M35i––to choose from, you may need guidance in deciding which one suits your driving style. By reading the BMW X2 trim-level comparison below, be victorious and select your trim.

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BMW X2 Engine SpecsLooking at the exterior of the sDrive28i, you will witness glamorous accents, like the satin aluminum trim that graces the outside of the X2.

Drop your eyes toward the 18-inch classic Y Spoke wheels that finish off the sporty elegance. Stroll around to the rear of the vehicle and admire the high-gloss chrome exhaust tips, which add steaming attitude in your wake.

Car racing requires superior performance, and while you may not register for the Indy 500, the BMW X2 sDrive28i stands out on the road. It accelerates from 0 to 60 MPH in 6.6 seconds and achieves a top speed of 131 MPH.

The 2.0L TwinPower Turbo inline 4-cylinder engine, which comes with 8-speed STEPTRONIC auto transmission with sport- and manual-shift modes, front-wheel drive (FWD), and generates 228 horsepower with 258 lb-ft of torque. You can expect an EPA-estimated 24 city/32 highway MPG.

xDrive 28i

At first glance, the xDrive28i mirrors the BMW X2 sDrive28i in the exterior and interior. Inside, discover that it features an 8-way front sports seat in supple SensaTec upholstery, augmented by 2-way power driver’s side seat bolsters, which prop you up with comfortable stability.

The X2 xDrive 28i maximizes any trip by accelerating from 0 to 60 MPH in 6.3 seconds. It gives you 228 horsepower with the same amount of torque but comes with all-wheel drive (AWD). It offers the same type of engine and transmission as the previous X2 trim but gets an EPA-estimated 24 city/31 highway MPG.


BMW X2 InteriorYou can expect an entirely different animal in the M35i. In the sportiest of the trims, the exterior announces from the rooftops, “Here I am!”

Deluxe 19-inch M Double-Spoke wheels rise up toward super-buffed accents, topped off with a rear spoiler. Inside, the M35i keeps it cool with M35i door embossing.

While sitting in your 12-way power front sports seat that include 4-way lumbar support, use your standard universal garage-door opener without leaving your plush post.

In the M35i, you produce 301 horsepower with 331 lb-ft of torque and AWD. It uses 8-speed sport auto transmission, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, and launch control. It reaches a top speed of 130 MPH, accelerates from 0 to 60 MPH in a phenomenal 4.3 seconds, and attains an EPA-estimated 23 city/30 highway MPG.

Race Toward Your BMW X2

You may not be racing in the Grand Prix, but for driving in Westchester County and Yonkers, the BMW X2 takes a victory lap.

Schedule your test drive, and race on over to BMW of Westchester today.