Although the X1 gets plenty of practical touches, the X2 goes without the vast majority of these features. For instance, you can’t have sliding rear seats that prioritise either leg room or boot space; instead, you have to make do with a two-position reclining backrest. There’s also no option of foldout tray tables on the back of the front seats.
What you do get is a standard 40/20/40 split-folding rear bench, so you can carry long loads and still carry four people comfortably. The catches to do this are on the rear bench, with no option of an electric or boot-mounted release.
Although both front seats get height adjustment as standard, you have to pay extra for lumbar support on all models. At least this is reasonably priced and applies to both front seats. Electric front-seat adjustment is standard on M Sport X but optional for the rest of the range.