2016 BMW 2 Series Values

Select a 2016 BMW 2 Series trim level

2016 model year changes

The BMW 2-Series Coupe is unchanged for 2016, but the convertible gets more standard equipment as well as the option of all-wheel drive. The 2016 2-Series convertible now comes standard with an anti-theft alarm system along with many of the features from last year's Sports Line Package, including nicer seats, additional exterior trim pieces and red stitching on the steering wheel.

Competitive comparison

Sporty; compact; fun to drive; rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive availability; European feel

Special features for 2016

The BMW 2-Series is a sporty luxury compact that competes with other small European cars such as the Audi A3, the MINI Cooper and the Mercedes CLA. The BMW 2-Series, however, is significantly sportier than its competitors and features better handling and a more hardcore, driver-oriented demeanor. Starting at about $32,000, the BMW 2-Series offers a nice compromise between an all-out sports car and a sophisticated German compact.
The BMW 2 Series is a two-door, four-passenger coupe that also is offered as a convertible. Standard outfitting gets you 17” premium alloy wheels, automated headlamps, fog lamps, two-zone climate control, automated windshield wipers, tilting and telescoping steering wheel with media enhancement and paddle shifters, powered front seating, 60/40 splitting and folding rear seating, the iDrive interface with 6.5” touchscreen console and seven-speaker audio system. Options can add powered/heated/folding side mirrors, adaptive suspension dampers, sport braking system, touring tires, upgraded body kit, larger wheels, leather upholstery, headlamp washers, heated front seating, larger touchscreen, front/rear parking sensors, collision mitigation system, GPS and more. The 2 Series features a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that’s rated at 240 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque.