THE BMW M2

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BMW M’s latest creation, the BMW M2, is gaining fans wherever it goes, with no shortage of praise. It’s been called the best BMW M ’s latest creation, the BMW M2 is gaining fans wherever it goes, with no shortage of praise. It’s been called the best BMW M product to debut since the 1 Series M, and that’s saying something. It even continues to impress people who’ve already driven it before. In this latestCAR Magazine review, they note that they had already driven the M2, but after driving it again are even more impressed with the new baby-M.

What we keep hearing over and over, again and again, from everyone who drives it is how predictable and confidence inspiring it is. While the M4 can bite you if you give it a bit too much throttle in a corner. But the M2 will just progressively break  traction and it’s easy and friendly to wrangle back in. In fact, it encourages that sort of behavior and relishes being sideways. So it’s friendly and exciting at the same time, the way M cars are supposed to be, making it the most fun car with a Roundel.

Another thing we’re hearing a lot about is that the M2 has excellent steering feel. When we drove it, we noticed it had great steering feel, but when we hear it from others, it reaffirms our feelings. Finally, we hear other people claiming that a BMW has great steering feel. But it’s also kind of annoying, because it shows BMW still can make brilliant steering but intentionally doesn’t because customers don’t want it. But it does show that BMW is willing to offer that typical BMW steering feel in cars that are designed only for enthusiasts.

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