2014 BMW M235i Review

2014BMWM235i

"The BMW M235i subcompact coupe is bigger, better looking, faster and more fun than the 135i it replaces, but a disappointing lack of standard features quickly drives the price up and the desirability down," said Cars.com reviewer Aaron D. Bragman. Check out Bragman's review for more.

2014 BMW M235i Expert Review

Cars.com photo by Aaron D. Bragman

Comments 

tr6

Kudos to the reviewer for pointing out the poor value proposition presented by this lugubrious lump. Never has a manufacturer offered less car (albeit a fast one) for such insane money. I can hardly wait for Nissan's revival of the 510, which will offer 90 percent of the performance for half the money.

Cash

What a piece of over priced junk. I've owned BMW's for 20+ years, but they better start figuring it out that they are just kidding themselves if they think people will pay anything just to own a BMW. Check out the Hyundai's they come with so much more for 2/3 or less of the price. I do believe most BMW buyers really don't care "how fast" their can/suv will go!

fk17

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2014/06/24/consumer-reports-bmw-m235i-porsche-corvette/11287417/

Im gonna go with most of the reviews of this car over your opinions, "Never has a manufacturer offered less car (albeit a fast one) for such insane money"...."What a piece of over priced junk. I've owned BMW's for 20+ years, but they better start figuring it out that they are just kidding themselves if they think people will pay anything just to own a BMW". Well their sales are ahead of MB and Audi, so i think they know what they are doing.

fanboy

Go ahead spend 50k on the entry level bimmer. You deserve each other.

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