2025 BMW 2-Series Coupe Gets a Light Refresh, Starts at $40,375

2025 bmw 2 series
BMW 2-Series Gets Light Refresh, Starts at $40,375BMW
  • The 2025 BMW 2-series coupe earns a modest refresh that's highlighted by a dashboard makeover.

  • Along with BMW's iDrive 8.5 infotainment software, the system is now displayed on a curved glass panel that houses the digital gauges and touchscreen.

  • Pricing for the updated 2-series starts at $40,375 for the 230i model and ranges up to $53,275 for the M240i xDrive model.

Three years after a new generation ushered the BMW 2-series into the modern era, the 2025 model gets a subtle refresh. The latter is highlighted by updated technology, specifically with BMW modernizing the coupe's dash-mounted displays to include a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 14.9-inch infotainment touchscreen under a single piece of glass. The new setup joins recently updated BMW sedans such as the i4, i5, and the 2025 3-series. Both screens run BMW's newest iDrive 8.5 software.

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A new M Sport Professional package is available across the lineup too. It takes the M Sport brakes that are standard on the M240i and slaps them onto the four-cylinder 230i. The kit also includes an updated light design, black trim pieces, and a new spoiler around the back of the car.


The other changes for 2025 are fairly limited. As with the recently updated 3-series, the smaller model adds two new steering wheel options: a two-spoke wheel for the 230i and a flat-bottomed three-spoke wheel for M Sport cars. Paint options expand with the addition of two new metallic colors; additional 19-inch designs increase the list of wheel choices.

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The 2025 BMW 2-series is mechanically unchanged. The 230i is powered by a robust 255-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine capable of launching the coupe to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds in our testing. The more powerful M240i is back, as is its 382-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six. The mightier model comes with quite a few standard performance goodies, and the more powerful engine was able to urge the last M240i we tested sped to 60 mph in an impressive 3.6 seconds.

Pricing for the updated 2-series starts at $40,375 for the 230i and ranges to $51,275 for the M240i. Opting for all-wheel drive on either model adds an additional $2000 to the price tag. The new models are slated to go on sale this August.

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