A front-wheel-drive sDrive28i is the cheapest way to get into an X2, carrying a sticker price of $37,395 (all prices include the $995 destination charge), which means the all-wheel-drive xDrive28i starts at $39,395. Refrain from tacking on any options, and your X2 will come with 18-inch wheels, a power tailgate, automatic climate control, LED headlights, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. A 6.5-inch touchscreen display is the point of contact for the iDrive infotainment system.
The $2,350 Convenience Package includes a panoramic moonroof, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, power-folding mirrors with automatic dimming, SiriusXM radio, keyless entry, a universal garage door opener, and lumbar support. If the extra glass area isn't your thing, the panoramic roof can be deleted for a $1,150 credit, bringing down the total package cost to an even $1,200. The Premium Package costs $1,850 and includes a heated steering wheel, heated front seats, a head-up display, and an 8.8-inch touchpad-controlled center screen with navigation. There's also the opportunity within the package to purchase adaptive cruise control for another $1,000, but doing so will mean giving up the heated steering wheel. A Dynamic Handling Package is $600. It channels the spirit of earlier BMWs with 19-inch wheels, active body-roll stabilizers, dynamic dampers, and more precise M-Sport steering that offers extra feedback over the base setup.
Both the sDrive28i and xDrive28i can be had with the M Sport X Design for $4,650, raising the starting price to $42,045 and $44,045, respectively. It brings a dash of sporting character to the X2. Its curbside presence is accentuated with black trim and 19-inch wheels, while interiors get a sport steering wheel with paddle shifters and aluminum interior trim. On the functional end of things, there’s a sport-tuned version of the eight-speed transmission and an available sport suspension that costs $400. Buyers also get the contents of the Convenience Package included, while all other packages and options remain available. The M Sport X manages to neatly distance itself from its brethren by bridging the gap between the boulevardier 28i and the focused M35i – not too cushy and not too compromised, it represents the Goldilocks of the X2 lineup.