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BMW M2

BMW M2 (2015-2019)

Also referred to as: BMW M2 2018 and BMW M2 2020. Competition, Competition Pure
5.0 from 2 reviews

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terrywang

terrywangSydney, NSW

  • 10 reviews
  • 5 likes

Best car I have ever owned - a proper baby ///M Car

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Purchased in December 2016.

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TransmissionDual-Clutch (DCT)
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Year2016
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Unimpressed

UnimpressedBrisbane

  • 8 reviews
  • 15 likes

It deserves its rave reviews

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TransmissionAutomatic
Date PurchasedFeb 2017

Questions & Answers

Unimpressed

Unimpressedasked

Why does this site suggest that the M2 has been replaced the newer M3 when in fact the M2 is a different model, newer car and better than the M3. Please correct this incorrect information.

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terrywang
terrywang

M2 is considered the spiritual successor of E36 M3 / E46 M3 and 1-Series M Coupe. Of course it's a different model ;-)

Unimpressed
Unimpressed

Spiritual is rubbish! M3 and M2 are different models entirely. This is BMW covering up a product review. Product Review need to either separate them within their system or fix up the listing so people can post separate reviews directly against the M2 without having it rolled up against the M3. If its not fixed in 7 days, I will take to my 15,000 face book and twitter followers uncovering the distortion that Product Review allows brand owners to manipulate.

terrywang
terrywang

I just noticed what you mean Unimpressed. M2 and M3/M4 are totally different cars, I agree. Product review should separate them.

The M2 is considered similar to E46 M3 (size, driving dynamics, not the NA I6 sound tho).


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