The BMW M2 is available in the Competition trim in India. The M division has lent an aggressive look to the car which sports loads of muscle as evident from its haunches and the fenders. The M2 Competition almost forges a grimacing appearance. The car is packed with features which Indian buyers would love at the price point it commands. It’s based on the basic model in the M2 series and has earned quite a fan following in global markets. The car is available in five colours.

BMW M2: Specifications




Engine Description

6-cylinder, 4-valve, TwinPower turbocharged 3.0-liter petrol

Engine Displacement


Maximum Power

412PS @ 6,250rpm

Maximum Torque

550Nm @ 2,350-52,30rpm

Length x Width x  Height

4,461mm x 1,854mm x 1,410mm



Fuel Type


Seating Capacity


Fuel Tank

52 litres


Front: Double joint spring strut

Back: Five link

Brake System

 Front and rear disc brakes


M double clutch with Drivelogic


BMW M2: Price

Ex-showroom price (New Delhi): The BMW M2 is pegged at ₹83.39 lakh. Interested buyers are advised to check the exact price in their city before booking the car.

BMW M2 Insurance Coverage

Third-party insurance: This is a standard car insurance policy and is mandatory by law in India. It pays for the damages inflicted upon a third-party individual or property because of a fault of the policyholder. 

Comprehensive insurance: A comprehensive insurance is an all-inclusive policy. It covers third-party damages and also includes protection from unforeseen losses arising from natural calamities, riots, thefts, fire and accidents.

BMW M2 Add-On Covers

Zero depreciation: It’s also known as nil-depreciation cover. Such an add-on cover ensures that the policyholder gets full claim repairs carried out and/or parts changed. This add-on, however, is available only for cars up to three years old.

Roadside assistance (RSA): In case the car suffers a breakdown in the middle of a highway or a remote area, the RSA add-on cover can be of much help. RSA usually includes refuelling, changing flat tyres, minor on-spot repairs, and even towing service to the nearest authorized garage.

No claim bonus (NCB) protection: The NCB is a discount given by the insurer to the policyholder for making no claims during the policy duration. NCB can be accumulated over the years and the discount typically ranges from 20 to 50 percent of the own damage premium.

Engine protection: This cover ensures that you don’t end up burning a hole in your pocket for the hugely expensive engine maintenance work that may be required. This add-on cover comes of immense help during heavy rains. The insurer pays for the repair/replacement of all major engine parts and electrical components.

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BMW M2:Review

The BMW M2 is the smallest car in the M series. The compact coupe replaces the standard M2 model with a major boost in performance. The Competition’s exterior has a lot of sharp creases and sculpted panels that lend the vehicle an aggressive profile, outweighing its compact footprint. There’s a liberal sprinkling of the M2 Competition badge all around, particularly on the side wings, boot lead, and front fascia. The interior is all plush and luxury and the car offers a nippy handling even on congested city roads. The 3.0-liter, V6 engine catches briskly which also makes the car a perfect cruiser.


Q: Which is the best type of car insurance policy?

The comprehensive coverage is the best car insurance policy. Though it commands a higher premium, it covers all most all probable damages/losses.

Q: What is cashless insurance?

It’s where the insurance claim is paid directly to the garage where the repair work has been undertaken. The policyholder has to pay only the balance amount.

Q: In which garage can I get my car repaired when an accident occurs?

Every insurer has a list of networked garages where you can get a cashless claim.

Q: Are any of the add-on covers mandatory by law?

No. It totally depends on the policyholder about which add-on cover he/she takes.

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