The IIHS has just rated the new BMW 2-Series Coupe with a Top Safety Pick+ safety certificate after being crash tested in the newest session.
In case you are living in the United States and you would like to buy a new BMW 2-Series Coupe but you are concerned that a “small” car cannot be safe, you can go ahead and place a deposit because the model has just been rated with a Top Safety Pick+ safety certificate by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). In the small overlap, the moderate overlap, side and rollover tests, the model was rated as “Good”.
The crash test dummy was kept safe from any significant injury and the model in question was praised for its head restraint system and also for its collision prevention assist, which includes the City Braking and the forward collision warning. The BMW 2-Series Coupe is available in the 228i version, priced from 33,050 USD, while the xDrive all-wheel drive costs 1,800 USD more. For the M235i, Americans will have to pay 44,050 USD for the regular variant while the AWD costs 45,850 USD. The model is already available for sale in the U.S.
According to the Safety Institute, the only car from about a dozen small vehicles to get its coveted "Top Safety Pick+" award was GM’s Chevrolet Volt. Meanwhile, Mazda’s 5 compact MPV received a shameful rating.
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