Touting light adjustments inside and out, the 2 Series remains BMW's smallest non-crossover offering in the US.
It'll take a keen eye to notice the changes on the 2018 BMW 2 Series.
The whole 2 Series lineup now receives LED headlights as standard equipment.
The rear features slightly different LED taillights, but again, it's tough to notice from a distance.
Front-end tweaks include slightly large grille and air intake openings.
It'll be available as both a coupe and convertible, as it was before.
The base 230i uses a 248-horsepower, 2.0-liter I4.
If you want a bit more speed, opt for the M240i with its 335-horsepower I6.
Rear-wheel drive and an automatic transmission are standard for both variants, but all-wheel drive and a six-speed manual are available.
The revised BMW 2 Series goes on sale in July.
Pricing will be announced closer to that date.
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