Safety Features on an All-New BMW X2

BMW Puts Safety First!

Everyone wants a BMW for their luxury appeal and performance capabilities. Although, when you’re cruising down the highway or driving through the city, you want to be sure you’re safe. That is why the New BMW X2 sports a variety of standard and available safety features. Check them out below and let us know what you think!

  • Rear View Camera: This standard feature is ideal for any driver that is nervous about backing in and out of parking space. It displays a video feed of the area behind your BMW. With this, you can better avoid obstacles and collisions!
  • Automatic High Beams: There is nothing worse than getting blinded by someone’s high beams. This feature doubles as a safety and courtesy feature because it automatically toggles your high beams when it senses another vehicle on the road.
  • Lane Departure When we are looking for something in our car or have to tell the kids to stop fighting, we can lose sight of the road and start to drift. This feature alerts you when you are swaying off the road or into another lane so you can find your proper lane position and avoid a collision.
  • Forward Collision Warning Collision happen. This feature alerts you before they happen so you can engage the brakes, steer out of the way or brace yourself for impact.
  • City Collision Mitigation If a collision is more than likely and you’re driving at city speeds then this feature will automatically engage the brakes. This will help prevent or at least mitigate the damage from a collision.

Safety doesn’t stop there. There are a number of other safety features associated with this BMW Sports Activity Coupe ® (SAC ®). If you are interested in learning more about them, call or stop by our BMW dealership today. One of our expertly-trained staff members will be happy to explain the ins and outs of this BMW SAC ®.

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