• £41,995
  • 2,800 Miles
  • Year Built: 2019(69)

Here we have another stunning BMW M2 Competition, Coupe, DCT Automatic, finished in the Outstanding Hockenheim Silver Metallic complete with Black Dakota Leather and Blue Contrast Sports Seats . Its in stunning condition throughout, First registered 30th September 2019 (69 Registration), Its travelled just 2,800 miles with 1 Owner from New.

What is it?  BMW unveiled the Life Cycle Impulse (LCI) Facelift M2 in July 2017. At the front, new, full LED headlights offer of BMW’s signature twin-circle design, the rear sees single-piece full LED taillights with BMW’s classic “L” shape. Inside saw the gauge cluster which is now a beautiful LCD configuration replacing the standard needle clock design from the previous model.

The M2 Competition, was based on the LCI M2 but taken a little further, the cosmetic changes were subtle with M3/4 Sports front seats, the previous M2 were crying out for, a more aggressive front bumper, grilles, change of wheel style and darkened rear lights. Whilst the mechanical changes were far more dramatic – The old M135/140 derived 3-litre straight-six has been ditched in favour of the full-fat S55 twin-turbocharged version from the larger M3/4. A host of chassis strengthening, bracing, suspension and geometry changes. BMW’s engineers have also re-calibrated both the ESP and the electronically controlled limited slip differential. Additional buttons for these can be found in the centre console

The result is 404bhp and 406lb ft (increases of 39bhp and 37lb ft respectively). and 0-60 in just 4.2 Seconds, 155 Mph Limited Top Speed. 

This example has a lovely and Very High Specification over standard –

  • Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) (£2,645)
  • M2C Sport Comfort Pack (£1,800)
    • Electric Front Seats (Heated) with Driver Memory
    • Reverse Camera
    • Wireless Charging
    • Comfort Keyless Access
    • Exterior Folding Mirrors
  • M2C Plus Pack (£1,485)
    • BMW ICON adaptive LED Headlights
    • 19″ Black Bi-Colour 788M Alloys Wheels
    • Harmon Kardon
    • Sun Protection Glass
  • Options totalling £5,930!! List price £56,820!!

Being the Top Of the Range M-Division product for the 2 Series, the M2 comes with a very high specification as standard

  • M2C specific Aerodynamic body styling  with unique front bumper and Grilles
  • Door sill finishers with M2 designation
  • Exterior trim, High-gloss Shadowline
  • Black Quad Exhaust tailpipes
  • M specific Sport suspension
  • M Dynamic Driving and Steering modes
  • M2C Specific Black Leather Sports Seats with unique orange detailing and and illuminating M Logo
  • Headlining, Anthracite
  • Interior trim, Carbon-fibre (open-pore) with Black High-gloss finisher
  • M multi-function leather steering wheel, three-spoke with M stitching
  • Gearshift lever with M badge
  • M2C LCD Instrument cluster
  • Navigation system – BMW Professional Multimedia
  • Control Display – 8.8″ colour display screen
  • iDrive Touch Controller with shortcut buttons
  • DAB tuner
  • Bluetooth
  • BMW Connected Drive Services, comprising:
    – BMW Emergency Call
    – BMW Online Services
    – BMW TeleServices
    – Concierge Service
    – Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)
    – Remote Services
    – TMC for lifetime
  • Cruise control with brake function
  • Electric windows – front, with open/close fingertip control,anti-trap facility and comfort closing
  • Air conditioning, automatic with two-zone control
  • Park Distance Control (PDC), front and rear
  • Rain sensor with automatic headlight activation
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring

This example has Full BMW Service History having its Running in Service (RIS) completed in December 19 @1,233 Miles and Next Service not due for 15,000 Additional Miles or 15 months and has BMW Factory Warranty Until October 2022.

All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.

Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268  for further Information or to arrange a viewing.

Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.

Part Exchanges welcome too of course.

“What the Press Say”

BMW M2 Competition is the M2 we’ve been waiting for

It would have been all too easy to simply treat the M2 to a light facelift, but BMW’s M Division doesn’t do things by halves and instead its entry-level motor has been subjected to a full-on heart transplant. Out goes the old M135i based engine and in comes the glorious S55 motor, with its twin-turbos, ‘closed deck’ block, lightened crankshaft, enhanced cooling system, strengthened pistons and all. There’s also a new exhaust system, complete with de-rigueur active bypass valves for a more bombastic soundtrack. The result is 404bhp and 406lb ft – increases of 39bhp and 37lb ft respectively. Very promising. As before, drive goes to the rear wheels either through a six-speed manual gearbox or an optional seven-speed DCT twin-clutch.

In updating the M2 BMW has looked to the larger M4 for inspiration, and parts. The bigger car already donated its front and rear suspension assemblies, but now it also hands over its carbonfibre front strut brace and bulkhead brace, increasing rigidity and therefore delivering more precise and accurate steering, or so the theory goes. Elsewhere, the multi-link rear axle gets ball joints in place of the old car’s rubber bushes, while both the electronically controlled rear differential and the stability control have been treated to some digital development to cope the car’s ‘greater agility’.

As you’d expect from such a big engine in such a relatively small body, the performance is startling. The benchmark 0-62mph sprint is dealt with in 4.2sec (4.4sec in the manual). What’s changed is the way it delivers the goods – it now has hunger for revs, eagerly spinning around to 7500rpm redline with a lovely mechanical growl and just a hint of turbo whistle. It’s enough to make Porsche 718 Cayman owners weep.

The brakes have been subtly upgraded, but given the amount of strain they’re put under we’d suggest opting for the £1350 Performance upgrade that features larger 400mm discs.

Externally, the M2 Competition can be identified by its even more aggressive looking grille and a front bumper that features larger air intakes to feed the upgraded cooling system. There’s also gloss black treatment for the some of the trim and the rear badge. Inside, there are the same high-backed seats used in the M3/M4 (complete with illuminated badges in the backrests) and a smattering of extra buttons on the transmission tunnel (these give the opportunity to tailor the steering and throttle individually, just like on the other M cars).


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