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2016 BMW M2 opens to positive reviews strong specifications and enjoyable driving experience


2016 BMW M2, the latest performance drive introduced by the German automobile major has received positive reviews from automobile experts. BMW has added many interesting features in 2016 BMW M2 and the driver feels the power whenever he presses the paddle. BMW engineers have packed a strong engine, reduced the weight slightly, improved performance and offered it with a lower price tag for automobile enthusiasts. Praising the German engineering behind BMW M2, Phillips added, “Let's hit pause on the driverless tech discussion. The BMW M2 uses hardcore German engineering to form a blockade against the forward march of robot-driven cars.”

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