About BMW 228i
The BMW 2 Series Coupe and Convertible are compact luxury coupes and convertibles produced by German automaker BMW since 2013. The BMW 228i is one of the most famous in the series. The name comes from the fact that BMW simplified the names of its models by calling four-door sedans an even number and coupes and two-door coupes an odd number. It has a 50:50 weight distribution and features a MacPherson front brake and a five-pin rear axle. Compared to previous models, the 2 Series is 72 mm longer, 26 mm wider, and 5 mm lower. Standard equipment includes automatic climate control, iDrive with a 6.5-inch screen, and 60:40 split rear seats. It is available in Sport Line, Modern Line, and M Sport versions.
The EPA estimates that the BMW 228i gets 23 mpg in the city, 33 mpg on the highway, and 27 mpg in combined driving. The coupe's styling is in line with that used in modern BMW models, including sedans and SUVs. The design is simple and driver-centric, with interior lighting on the dashboard and door panels. The legroom is almost identical to the larger sedan, but the interior is generally comfortable for both front and rear passengers. The small boot is big enough for shopping and weekend trips, and the fold-down seat can accommodate larger items.
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The 2015 BMW 228i Coupe Track Handling Package includes adaptive M suspension with 10mm of lowering, Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires with unique 18-inch wheels. It also features BMW's mechanically adjustable sports steering wheel and M sport brakes. The brakes feature fixed four-piston engines at the front, two-piston engines, 13.4/13.6-inch brake discs, and dark blue brake discs with M logos. The package is available from July 2014 for BMW 228i Coupe models equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission and an 8-speed sport automatic transmission. The 2015 BMW 228i with Track Handling Package was unveiled at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.
There is also enough space in the rear of the cabin for two adults to spread their legs. There's room for three children in the back seat, but it's uncomfortable for three adults. For non-passenger cargo, the 228 offers 15.1 cubic meters of luggage space, compared to 10 cubic meters in the current A3 and 11.6 cubic meters in the CLA. The BMW 228i's less muscular 2.0L turbocharged I4 engine is still very efficient. This base engine delivers 228 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, which doesn't disappoint. BMW claims it accelerates from 0-60 mph in six seconds. The BMW 228i is unstoppable on the straights and has exciting acceleration throughout the rev range.