2016 BMW 228i xDrive for sale in Billings MT

ONE OWNER AWD MSPORT W/ PREMIUM PACK, TECHNOLOGY PACK
2016 BMW 228i xDrive 2-Door Coupe
Exterior Color:      Mineral White Metallic
Interior Color:      Terra
Stock Number: P2222
Mileage: 48,596
Engine: 2.0L Turbo I4 240hp 255ft. lbs.
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Warranty: Remainder of Factory Warranty
Title: Clear
VIN: WBA1G9C50GV599505
Internet Price: $26,995
Vehicle Description
Edmunds
For the 2016 BMW 2 Series, the M235i gets a bit more standard equipment this year (the formerly optional Premium package is now standard) and the M235i convertible can now be ordered with all-wheel drive. For the 228i, sport seats are now standard. A new Luxury package adds leather and chrome exterior trim.

vehicle overview
For those looking for a small luxury car that can both dominate a winding mountain road and cruise the highway in complete comfort, there are few true competitors to the extremely capable 2016 BMW 2 Series.


At 175 inches long, the 2016 BMW 2 Series is just 2 inches shorter than the first-generation 3 Series coupe

Like the 1 Series before it, the 2 Series combines a small footprint with a choice of powerful engines for impressive results. Even in its base form, the 2 Series lays down impressive performance stats (it makes the 0-60 mph sprint just 0.4-second slower than a Ford Mustang GT). Step up to the 320-horsepower M235i and you'll get a car that is even more dynamically impressive, with bigger wheels, upgraded brakes and adjustable suspension (or order the 228i with the Track Handling package for the same performance upgrades).

But the 2 Series isn't all about straight-line speed and cornering abilities. While sporty, the suspension is well-tuned so the 2 Series never feels rough on the road. Its small footprint makes it easy to maintain lane integrity on the highway, and parking is similarly worry-free. Inside, the cabin is replete with high-quality materials for the entry-luxury class and looks like a slightly scaled-down version of the slightly larger 4 Series. About the only thing we can find fault with is that the 2 Series' compact size and driver-focused nature means the backseats are tight and suitable only for small children.

Others in the compact luxury class might be better options if more interior room is what you're looking for. The Audi A3 (or S3), Cadillac ATS and Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class all offer four doors and slightly larger backseats (though that's like saying Connecticut is bigger than Delaware and Rhode Island; it might be true, but all of them are pretty small). If you want excellent performance but at a lower price, check out the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang. Both are fresh designs and achieve new levels of driving refinement and interior quality. However, if a thrilling and sophisticated driving experience is what you're after, the 2 Series is the car to beat.

trim levels & features
The 2016 BMW 2 Series is a two-door coupe or convertible with seating for four. There are two trim levels: 228i and M235i. The convertibles are equipped similarly to the coupes, except they feature automatic pop-up roll hoops, a removable wind deflector and a power-operated fabric roof that's black by default (a brown roof with metallic weave is available).


The convertible folding top on the 2016 BMW 2 Series takes about 21 seconds to raise and lower.

The 228i comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, foglights, automatic wipers, automatic dual-zone climate control, leatherette (premium vinyl) upholstery, a tilt-and-telescoping leather-wrapped steering wheel (with paddle shifters on automatic-transmission models), eight-way manual front seats and 60/40-split folding rear seatbacks. The standard electronics array includes Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, BMW's iDrive electronics interface with a 6.5-inch display and a seven-speaker sound system with a CD player, HD radio and a USB port.

A Premium package is available for the 228i, which bundles power-folding heated side mirrors, auto-dimming side and rearview mirrors, ambient exterior and interior lighting, keyless entry and ignition, 10-way power front sport seats, driver memory functions and satellite radio.

Aside from its more powerful six-cylinder engine, the M235i adds 18-inch wheels, summer performance tires, adaptive suspension dampers, sportier variable-ratio steering, upgraded brakes, adaptive xenon headlights with LED accent lights, a sport exhaust system, gray exterior mirror caps, an aerodynamic body kit, dark ("Shadowline") exterior trim, a rear spoiler and a sunroof (on the coupe). Inside, you'll find upgraded aluminum trim and an M Sport steering wheel. Additionally, the M235i comes standard with the Premium package.

Two options packages bring performance features from the M235i to the 228i, and can be ordered independently or in addition to each other. The M Sport package adds several of the performance-oriented features of the M235i. These include 18-inch wheels with several tire options, an aerodynamic body kit, Shadowline exterior trim, a sport suspension and an M Sport steering wheel. The Track Handling package includes 18-inch wheels, upgraded brakes, adaptive suspension and variable steering.

The comfort-oriented Luxury package adds 18-inch wheels, leather seats and chrome exterior trim to the Premium package, and cannot be ordered with the M Sport package.

Several other packages are available on both the 228i and M235i. The Cold Weather package includes headlight washers, heated front seats and a heated steering wheel. The Technology package adds a higher-resolution 8.8-inch display screen, an upgraded iDrive controller with a touchpad (allowing freehand text entry), an enhanced driver information display, a navigation system, BMW Apps (including Pandora and Facebook integration) and BMW Remote Services (allowing smartphone control of remote start and climate settings, among others).

The Driver Assistance package adds front and rear parking sensors and a rearview camera. You can also order the 2 Series with the Driver Assistance Plus package (requires the Premium and Technology packages) and receive automatic high-beam headlights, a lane departure warning system and a forward collision mitigation system with automatic braking and pedestrian detection.

Stand-alone options for the 228i include 18-inch wheels, adaptive xenon headlights, heated front seats, power-operated front seats and a sunroof. A limited-slip differential is available exclusively with the M235i. Optional on both models are leather upholstery, a self-parking system, enhanced Bluetooth and USB connectivity and a 12-speaker Harman Kardon sound system.


Eighteen-inch wheels are available on the 228i in several packages or as a stand-alone option.

performance & mpg
The 2016 BMW 2 Series is rear-wheel drive by default, but all-wheel drive ("xDrive") is optional on every model. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard, with a six-speed manual offered as a no-cost option on RWD models only.

The 228i has a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 240 hp and 255 pound-feet of torque. In Edmunds testing, a RWD 228i coupe with the automatic ran from zero to 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds.

The M235i steps up to a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine that pumps out 320 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque. We hustled a rear-wheel-drive M235i automatic to 60 mph in a blistering 4.5 seconds (4.8 seconds for the convertible).

EPA-estimated fuel economy for the 2 Series depends on which engine you choose and whether you prefer a coupe or convertible. Both the all- and rear-wheel-drive 228i coupes with the automatic transmission earn 27 mpg combined (23 city/35 highway). The RWD 228i manual drops to 26 mpg combined (22/34). The convertible 228i gets an estimate of 27 mpg combined (23/34) with RWD and 26 mpg combined (22/34) with AWD.

Fuel economy estimates for the M235i automatic stand at 24 mpg combined (20 city/31 highway) with RWD, and 23 mpg combined (20 city/30 highway) with AWD. The M235i coupe with a manual transmission drops to 22 mpg combined (19 city/28 highway), while the convertible earns 2 mpg less on the highway.

All 2 Series models have an automatic stop-start function, which shuts off the engine when you're stopped to save fuel. Automatic-transmission cars also have a launch control feature.


A manual transmission is offered as a no-cost option on rear-wheel-drive models.

safety
Standard safety equipment on the 2016 BMW 2 Series includes four-wheel antilock disc brakes (with brake-drying and fading-compensation features), traction and stability control, and hill-start assist for manual-transmission cars. Front-seat side airbags, front knee airbags and (on the coupe) full-length side curtain airbags are also standard.

Optional safety equipment includes front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, a lane-departure warning system and a frontal collision warning and mitigation system with automatic braking.

During Edmunds testing, a 228i M Sport came to a stop from 60 mph in 111 feet, a better-than-average performance. The M235i was even more impressive, performing the same task in only 106 feet (104 feet for the convertible).

The independent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the 2 Series its top rating of "Good" in the small-overlap frontal-offset, moderate-overlap frontal-offset, side impact and roof-strength tests. The 2 Series' seat and head restraint design was also rated "Good" for whiplash protection in rear impacts.

interior
Inside, the 2 Series employs an understated, driver-centric control layout that will be instantly familiar to BMW fans. Materials quality is very good for an entry-level luxury vehicle, giving up little to the ostensibly fancier 4 Series. BMW's iDrive infotainment system controls one of two available displays: the base 6.5-inch version or the Technology package's crisper 8.8-inch widescreen. While the iDrive system looks good and responds quickly to commands, we've found it often requires a few more clicks and whirls of the dial to access desired functions as compared to Audi's MMI or Mercedes' COMAND interfaces.


The interior of the 2016 BMW 2 Series is well-appointed, and will be familiar to fans of the 4 Series.

The ultra-supportive sport seats that are now standard on all versions of the 2 Series provide a high degree of adjustability and are comfortable even on long treks. As for rear passenger space, the 2 Series is a compact car, and adults won't fit comfortably unless they're compact themselves. That's not unusual for the segment, though, and the backseat works nicely as a parcel shelf or a place to buckle in small children.

Trunk capacity in the coupe is a respectable 13.8 cubic feet, and the rear seatbacks fold down to allow transport of longer items. In the convertible, trunk space drops to about 9 cubic feet.

driving
The 2016 BMW 2 Series is one of the few cars able to strike the perfect balance between luxury and sportiness. The civilized ride is firm but never harsh, even with the adjustable dampers in their most aggressive setting. The convertible's soft top doesn't isolate wind and road noise from the cabin as well as the coupe, which is extremely quiet. In normal driving situations, the 2 Series behaves like any other small luxury car. But when the road gets twisty, the 2 Series comes alive. Its precise steering inspires confidence, and we found not a hint of body roll even in the tight left-right transitions on our slalom test course. Superb handling that doesn't come at the expense of everyday livability, and several powerful engines make the 2 Series easy to recommend.

The four-cylinder in the 228i proves that engines don't need outlandish horsepower or torque figures to provide a thrilling driving experience. The car feels so much more powerful than its 240-hp output suggests, and if you don't drive the M235i, you may not feel the need for its extra power. But step into that car and you're quickly reminded why BMW's inline-6 engines are among the all-time greats. A small car with 320 hp is a sure-fire recipe for blistering performance, as we found when we tested an M235i and found it just 0.1 second slower from zero to 60 mph than the almighty M4. You really can't go wrong with either engine. The eight-speed automatic transmission is another highlight, responding smoothly and quickly to commands. It's heartening to see BMW has kept the sweet six-speed manual as a no-cost option for those who want a tactile connection to this entry-level sports car.
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Contact Information
Dana Motors   —
Main: (406) 656-7654
Pre-Owned: (406) 545-4700
Vehicle Features & Options

Standard Features

Air Conditioning:
  Active Charcoal Air Filtration
  Dual Front Air Conditioning Zones
  Automatic Climate Control Front Air Conditioning
  Second Row Rear Vents
Airbags:
  Occupant Sensing Passenger Airbag Deactivation
  Dual Front Airbags
  Dual Front Knee Airbags
  Front Side Airbags
  Front Side Curtain Airbags
  Side-Curtain Airbag Rollover Sensor
Audio System:
  Diversity Antenna
  Bluetooth Auxiliary Audio Input
  Single Disc In-Dash CD
  Radio Data System
  AM/FM Radio
  Siriusxm Ready Satellite Radio
  Speed Sensitive Volume Control
  6 Total Speakers
Brakes:
  4-Wheel ABS
  Brake Drying
  Braking Assist
  Cornering Brake Control
  Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
  Emergency Braking Preparation
  12.3 Front Brake Diameter
  Ventilated Disc Front Brake
  Power Brakes
  11.4 Rear Brake Diameter
  Ventilated Disc Rear Brake
  Regenerative Braking System
Comfort Features:
  Front Center Armrests
  Cargo Area Floor Mat
  Carpet Floor Mats
  Carpet Floors
  Front Floor Mats
  Alloy Shift Knob Trim
  Leather Steering Wheel Trim
Convenience Features:
  Ambient Lighting
  Cargo Area Light
  Front Console With Armrest
  Cruise Control
  Front Cupholders
  2 Driver Memorized Settings
  Keyless Entry Multi-Function Remote
  12V Front Power Outlet(s)
  Power Steering
  Lockout Button Power Windows
  Front Reading Lights
  Retained Accessory Power
  Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls
  Tilt and Telescopic Steering Wheel
  Door Pockets
  Dual Illuminating Vanity Mirrors
Drivetrain:
  Full Time 4WD
  3.08 Axle Ratio
Engine:
  170 Amps Alternator
  Auto Start/Stop
Exterior Features:
  Body-Color Door Handle Color
  Chrome Exhaust Tip Color
  Dual Tip Exhaust
  Body-Color Front Bumper Color
  Black Grille Color
  Body-Color Mirror Color
  Body-Color Rear Bumper Color
  Body-Color Rear Spoiler Color
  Lip Rear Spoiler
  Chrome Window Trim
Instrumentation:
  Clock
  Digital Odometer
  Driver Information System
  External Temperature Display
  MPG Fuel Economy Display
  Tachometer Gauge
  Multi-Function Display
  Multi-Functional Information Center
  Trip Computer
  Trip Odometer
  Lamp Failure, Low Fuel, Engine Oil, Coolant Warnings and Reminders
Lights:
  Daytime Running Lights
  Front Fog Lights
  Auto Delay Off Headlights
  Led Taillights
Mirrors:
  Power Side Mirror Adjustments
  Heated Side Mirrors
Safety:
  Side Impact Door Beams Body Side Reinforcements
  Latch System Child Seat Anchors
  Front Crumple Zones
  Emergency Interior Trunk Release
  Alert System Impact Sensor
Seatbelts:
  Front Emergency Locking Retractors
  3-Point Front Seatbelts
  3-Point Rear Seatbelts
  Front Seatbelt Force Limiters
  Front Seatbelt Pretensioners
  Front Seatbelt Warning Sensor
Seats:
  Height Driver Seat Manual Adjustments
  Adjustable Front Headrests
  Sport Front Seats
  Height Passenger Seat Manual Adjustments
  Adjustable Rear Headrests
  60-40 Split Bench Rear Seat
  Leatherette Upholstery
Security:
  2-Stage Unlocking Doors
  Alarm Anti-Theft System
  Auto-Locking Power Door Locks
Stability And Traction:
  Stability Control
  Traction Control
Suspension:
  Gas Front Shock
  Coil Front Spring
  Front Stabilizer Bar
  Front Struts
  Independent Front Suspension
  Double Ball Joint Front Suspension
  Gas Rear Shock
  Coil Rear Spring
  Rear Stabilizer Bar
  Independent Rear Suspension
  Multi-Link Rear Suspension
Telematics:
  Roadside Assistance Driver Assistance App
  Hands Free Phone
  BMW Assist Satellite Communications
  Bluetooth Wireless Data Link
Tires And Rims:
  Run Flat Tires
  Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  All Season Tire
  Alloy Wheels
Windows:
  Rain Sensing Front Wipers
  Heated Windshield Washer Jets
  Power Windows
  Rear Window Defogger

Installed Options

Exterior Features:
  Mineral White Metallic Paint
Interior:
  Dakota Leather Upholstery
Marketing Package:
  M Sport Package
  Premium Package
  Technology Package
Roof And Glass:
  Moonroof
Vehicle Condition & History
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Dealership Information
Dana Motors
Main:
(406) 656-7654
Pre-Owned:
(406) 545-4700
Email:
Business Hours
Weekdays:
7:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sun: CLOSED
Location
2046 Grand Ave.
Billings, MT 59102
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