The modelRead full review
Not quite a class leader, but still a comfortable, fun to drive open-topget the best price
The trimSee full equipment
M Sport trim only ups the ante over Sport by getting large 18in wheels, an M Sport braking system, sports suspension, half cloth, half Alcantara seats and an upgraded stereo. Unless you have to have the even sportier look, we’d suggest looking further down the range, saving money and improving ride quality.,
The engineSee full engine specs
Four cylinders, and more power and torque than the 218i, but not massively quicker. Fuel economy and CO2 emissions suffer, too. We’d avoid.
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