2020 Lexus UX 200 vs 2020 BMW X2

ADVANCED ENGINEERING
The Lexus-first 10 Speed Direct-Shift Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) helps the UX beat the BMW X2 and its conventional eight-speed automatic transmission in fuel efficiency. This advanced transmission combines gear transfer and continuously variable belt transfer for enhanced acceleration performance, fuel efficiency and quietness. BMW relies on a conventional eight-speed automatic transmission.

URBAN MOBILITY
The UX has the advantage on tight city streets, requiring only 34.2 feet to make a U-turn compared to the X2's 37.2. The UX's agility makes parking easier.

Lexus UX shown in Atomic Silver.

SAFETY AND DRIVER ASSISTANCE
The Lexus UX comes standard with an impressive suite of safety and driver assist features, while the BMW X2 requires expensive upgrades for similar features-on top of its higher base MSRP. The UX also offers 10 standard airbags compared to the X2's six.

EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR
The 2020 UX 200 has more front legroom and cargo room behind rear seats than the BMW X2. The UX also has other features such as:

Driver Inspired Cockpit: Crafted to anticipate your every need, every aspect of the interior was designed with the driver in mind.

Aerodynamic Taillamps: 120 LEDs blended into one continuous line that tapers to only three millimeters in the center.

Illuminated Entry System: As you approach, exterior lights illuminate to help prevent you from stepping in puddles or other potential hazards. To welcome you inside, the interior features white LED illumination.

SUPERIOR FUEL ECONOMY
With its highly efficient normally aspirated four-cylinder engine, the UX delivers exceptional fuel economy. With an EPA rating of 29/37/33 (city/ highway/combined), the UX substantially outperforms the X2's 24/32/27 rating.

PERFORMANCE AND TECHNOLOGY
The UX comes standard with modern in-car technologies like Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto and Lexus+Alexa. While the X2 does come with Apple CarPlay®, it doesn't offer Android Auto or Amazon Alexa in-car integration.

Interior of the Lexus UX shown with Apple CarPlay integration.

LONGER WARRANTY
With its six-year/70,000-mile warranty, Lexus provides an additional two years or 20,000 miles of coverage for the engine, transmission and drive-train, compared to BMW's four-year/50,000-mile warranty.

When you're ready to test drive the winner of this comparison, give us a visit at Hennessy Lexus Atlanta. Let us show you why the 2020 Lexus UX 200 is the best option for you.