What used BMW X2 hatchback will I get for my budget?
Opt for the most basic X2, say an sDrive 18d SE, and you should be able to get a good 2018 model with a low mileage and a full history, sold by a franchised dealer, for around £24,000. Up this to between £25,000 and £28,000 to get your choice of higher trims or more powerful engine options, likewise all bought from franchised dealers and with low mileages and a full history.
How much does it cost to run a BMW X2 hatchback?
On paper the most economical X2 will be the sDrive 18d SE version, with an official average 62.8mpg and corresponding CO2 emissions of 119g/km. The other diesel versions all manage figures across an official range of 56.5 to 60.1mpg, while the best-performing petrol is the sDrive 20i SE with an official 48.7mpg.
Annual car tax for all X2s will be charged at the flat rate currently £140 a year. Beware those highly specced models that might have sneaked over the £40,000 price when new, however, as these will attract a supplementary luxury car tax of £310 a year. Insurance groups range from a reasonable 25 to 32 on the faster cars. Servicing costs are about average for the premium sector; however, your car's previous owner might have bought a service pack when the car was new, and this should cover all the routine maintenance of the car for the first three years or 36,000 miles. You can check BMW’s website to see if your X2 has a pre-paid service pack.