|BMW M240i Convertible|
Since the beginning of 2015, BMW has sold a two-seater convertible with an internal code F23, instead of an open single.
BMW M240i Convertible Exterior
The BMW factory in Leipzig makes 2 Series Cabriolet / Coupe and the BMW X1 and the 5-door 1 Series.
As part of the essential equipment, the 2 Series Coupé and Cabrio are already receiving darkened tail lights since this March.
There is almost no doubt that BMW is worth driving. Accurately, the way the steering wheel reacts represents the best in the segment.
The next bright note is the incredible driving comfort. The BMW M240i Convertible is not a BMW M GmbH car at all, even if it is an M model.
BMW M240i Convertible Interior
Even so, nothing can really be questioned concerning personal opinions about performance, which can also be predicted from a BMW compact for a minimum of 55,600 euros.
There is also a perfect sitting position that makes you want to take the first turn even if the engine doesn’t start. An excellent touch seems to be on the seat belt, where a pattern is interwoven in the BMW M GmbH color scheme.
Standard features in the BMW M240i Convertible are automatic two-zone climate control and seat and steering wheel heating.
The BMW M240i Convertible’s luggage contains at least 335 liters-reduced to 280 liters when the top is down.
Although there are no problems with the front seat space, the rear seats are quite tight. Also, a bit of an issue is the cup holders that are in the seat recesses.
BMW M240i Convertible Engine and Performance
The sliding switch on the center console can easily choose four driving modes, namely Eco Pro, Comfort, Sport, and then with traction control disabled in Sport Plus mode.
The BMW M240i Convertible is powered by an inline B58 six-cylinder gas engine, which first appeared in 2015, coming from the assembly line at the engine plant in Germany and still doing its job well through the seven series.
With 340 hp, the 3-liter is in feeding and accelerates the BMW M240i Convertible in 4.7 secs from 0 to 100 km / h according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
Mostly with a steering wheel paddle, the driver can get really involved over and over again, where the Sport and especially the Sport Plus mode turns into a kind of ultimate rocket afterward.
A few sentences about the hood: Using the control button on the center console, it can be opened and closed electrically up to a speed of 50 km / h, and this whole process takes 20 s.
However, there is one negative thing that needs attention.
Everyone who gets a BMW M240i Convertible doesn’t need to pay too much attention to prices and wants outdoor enjoyment to be paired with compact dimensions and maximum power.
If you usually like the idea of a two-seater convertible, you must choose now than someday.
Ryan Daniel is a car enthusiast, and he has years of experience in the automotive field as an engineer. Now he is also active as an automobile blogger and member of the auto community.