The X2 shares its architecture with BMW's X1 crossover.

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A front-wheel drive X2 starts at $36,400. All-wheel drive models cost an extra $2,000.

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The X2 is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 with 228 horsepower.

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"Galvanic Gold Metallic" certainly makes a statement, but the X2 looks way better in more traditional colors.

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Who decided to put the BMW logo on the pillar? Dumb.

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The weird air intakes on the X2's front fascia kind of kill the design for me. The X1 looks way better.

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Unlike BMW's other weirdo crossover-coupes, this one actually has a rear window wiper. Thank goodness.

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LED headlights are optional.

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Seriously, what's with the triangular intakes? No thanks.

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Keep on clicking to see a whole lot more of the new X2.

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