Is the BMW 228i fast?

Is the BMW 228i fast?

Around town, the 228i feels sprightly and eager, and at the test track, it delivered a brisk 5.1-second run to 60 mph. A short test drive in the M235i, however, will push that car from your mind. The M235i makes the entry-level model feel tame, and in our hands, it blasted to 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds.

Which BMW 2 Series is the fastest?

With 190hp, the 220d diesel is genuinely swift, thanks partly to its 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine churning out a plentiful 400Nm of torque. Its top speed is a healthy 146mph and it can accelerate to 62mph in 7.5sec. The top-of-the range M235i xDrive is a very fast car.

How much HP does a 228i have?

The 2016 BMW 228i has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 240 horsepower. The M235i comes with a 320-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine. Both engines are available with either a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic.

Is 228i a good car?

The BMW 228i is the small sporty coupe BMW used to be known for. This relatively simple car can be had on the used market for around $25,000 and offers a huge value for the money. In a range of very capable cars, the 228i stands out as the perfect driver’s car.

Is BMW 220i reliable?

2 Series Reliability The 2021 BMW 2 Series has a predicted reliability score of 83 out of 100.

Can you tune a BMW 228i?

Tuning the ECU of your BMW F22 228I is possible with VR Tuned. With this additional programming to adjust your ecu calibrations, we also make changes to the torque limiter to provide better throttle response.

Does xDrive make your car faster?

xDrive (AWD) makes you go better in the snow. But, it doesn’t make you stop or turn better. Actually, if you’re an Scandinavian rally driver you can turn faster with AWD. xDrive adds over 200 pounds to the curb weight, and adds about $2k to the MSRP.

How does the 228i compare to the 330i xDrive?

Compared to the M235i Gran Coupe model (that we have yet to test), the 228i is down 73 horses and 74 lb-ft. Yet, the acceleration of the 228i is virtually identical to that of the 330i xDrive that we tested last year. Only 5.1 seconds is needed to hit 60 mph, and the car covers the quarter-mile in 13.8 seconds at 99 mph.

Is the BMW 228i a good car?

Fittingly for a BMW, the best part of the 228i is driving it. The steering is accurate and responsive without feeling skittish. There isn’t a huge amount of feedback from the front tires, but the car goes immediately where you point it.

Does the 228i xDrive have torque steer?

In neither mode did we detect even a hint of torque steer. In everyday driving, the all-wheel-drive 228i xDrive provides a comfortable, well-controlled ride that even takes potholes in reasonable stride—and that’s even with low-profile 18-inch 225/40R-18 run-flat tires fitted to our test car.

How does the Mahindra 228i perform compared to the 330i?

Once underway, thrust is immediate and plentiful, with the 228i delivering a decent, if artificially enhanced soundtrack. Compared with the 330i, the 228i is geared shorter everywhere but in fourth gear. First gear, which is critical to a good launch, is more than 10 percent lower.