The all-wheel-drive is an available configuration for the 2018 BMW X2.
The X2 engine has enough oomph to propel the vehicle out from most situations.
The cornering ability is sure-footed with little body roll.
The brakes deliver a strong stopping force with a firm pedal to easily control.
There is a good amount of advanced comfort features that come standard.
Advanced safety and driver aids are available as options for the base trim of the SUV.
The ride height is low enough, which made getting inside convenient.
The seats provide all-day comfort, particularly the customizable support for front seats.
There's no rear-wheel drive configuration available for the 2018 X2.
Steering at higher speeds feels less precise and on-center feel sways.
The lack of Android Auto limits connectivity for Android smartphone users.
The entry into the cabin isn’t spacious and tall passengers will have to duck their head.
Both legroom and headroom are limited for the second row.
The second of row seats do not have fine tuning for the support of the body.
The road noise can be loud inside the vehicle at high speeds.
The fuel economy of the X2 is not the best in the crossover segment.
The price of the X2 is more of a statement, and it does not mean that the SUV is a very useful and comfortable vehicle.