After the arrival of the first minivan BMW, the Series 2 Active Tourer, the German brand wanted to continue increasing family and has launched its 7-seater version, the BMW Series 2 Grand Tourer . It is based on that but increases its interior space to accommodate two new occupants, a first in the premium segment in which militates. Now we know his prices for Spain , and part of 29,950 euros.
BMW wanted to enter this world of compact MPV and has done a BMW vehicle genes but with two peculiarities. Premieres front-drive platform and launches 3-cylinder engines for the first time in the history of the brand. This translates to 7-seater version will have a mechanical range, for now, from 116 to 192 horses.
The more lean and powerful the 216d Gran Tourer, a three-cylinder diesel engine of 116 horses is also the starting point in terms of prices for the range. For its part, the 218i Gran Tourer has a three-cylinder gasoline engine also 136 horses and is the same one we tested haca just a few days in version 5 seater.
As for equipment, is configured in the same way as the Active Tourer, starting from a basic finish we can garnish across 4 additional packages: Advantage, Sport, Luxury and M Sport. Of course, through optional equipment is as open as usual on BMW. The standard equipment includes items such as:
- dual zone climate control
- front armrest
- gate electric trunk
- Rain sensor and lights
- 16-inch wheels
- Package compartments
- Intelligent Emergency Call
- electrically heated and folding mirrors
The new BMW Series 2 Grand Tourer will hit the market in June and will start from 29,950 euros in Spain . The price list is as follows.
Prices BMW Series 2 Grand Tourer
|218i Gran Tourer||Gasoline||136 hp||30,550 euros|
|220i Gran Tourer||Gasoline||192 hp||35,250 euros|
|216d Gran Tourer||Diesel||116 hp||29,950 euros|
|218d Gran Tourer||Diesel||150 hp||32,350 euros|
|220d xDrive Gran Tourer||Diesel||190 hp||40,350 euros|
Source – BMW
BMW 2 Series
From 29,900 euro
Article BMW Series 2 Grand Tourer, from 29,950 euros in Spain was originally published in Current Motor.