Not quite a class leader, but still a comfortable, fun to drive open-topget the best price
Sport models focus on delivering a more aggressive look inside and out on top of SE’s equipment, getting different 17in alloy wheels, ambient interior lighting, a sports steering wheel and sports seats, among other sporty details. We’d stick with the cheaper SE trim, though.
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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