The 2020 BMW X2 gains a larger standard touchscreen, but is otherwise unchanged. The current X2, which debuted in 2018, is due for a mid-cycle refresh next year. It'll likely adopt the new front and rear styling already used on some 2020 BMW models.
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A compact luxury utility vehicle:
The 2019 BMW X2 is available; you can now order a 2020 model. You’ll find both sDrive and xDrive models on dealer lots. You'll also find the performance X2 M40i, which starts at $47,445 including the destination charge.
Shoppers should be aware that although the Driver Assistance Package is listed at $700, it actually adds up to $5,650 to the price of the X2 when factoring other required equipment like the Convenience and Premium Packages.
The specials from BMW vary by region and are set to expire on September 30, 2019. For our examples, these deals cover the western states.
A college grad offer:
If you are a recent college graduate, there is an incentive available for you. You may combine BMW’s $1,000 college grad rebate with other offers, lowering your upfront costs accordingly. Check with your BMW dealer to confirm eligibility.
Promotional financing holds steady:
BMW offers 0.9-percent APR financing for 60 months on the 2019 BMW X2. This special rate rolled out earlier this year and covers the BMW X1 and X2 models only. Notably, for most other BMW models, including the 2020 X2, the interest rate is 3.35-percent APR, so this is an outstanding offer.
You should know that the financing deal on the 2019 models includes a $3,750 APR credit for the M35i and $1,000 for non-M35i models. There is no APR credit on the 2020s, however.
The current lease offers:
BMW's 2019 lease offers include a $750 conquest/loyalty discount, which is reflected in the cost. If you aren't eligible, expect to add that amount to your cost at signing.
Choose the 2019 X2 and monthly payments begin at $299 per month for 36 months with $4,224 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost is $416 and that's a decent value for this model.
A lease offer on the 2020 X2 is in place. Here, your monthly payments begin at $439 per month for 36 months with $4,364 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost is $560. This isn't a good deal. However, we expect to see some improvement in the coming months as inventory increases.
BMW’s lease deals include 10,000 miles per year of driving allowance. At lease end, you’ll pay a $350 disposition fee.
This ranks as an excellent deal based on our expert analysis of: vehicle price, length of lease term, amount due at signing, monthly payment, etc.
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