BMW 214d Active Tourer with 95 hp launches this Spring

2 Series | January 14th, 2015 by 11
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Starting March 2015, the model range for the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer will be supplemented by a new entry-level diesel power unit. The new …

Starting March 2015, the model range for the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer will be supplemented by a new entry-level diesel power unit.

The new BMW 214d Active Tourer is powered by a 70 kW/95 hp, three-cylinder engine with a maximum torque of 220 Nm and accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 12.9 seconds. Average fuel consumption is between 3.9 and 3.8 litres/100 km and CO2 emission levels are between 104 and 99 g/ km (figures as per EU test cycle depending on selected tyre size).

The Travel Package is a supplement within the range of optional equipment available for the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer and is ideally suited to the vehicle’s character.

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It comprises longitudinal rear seat adjustment, roof rails, tables attached to the backrests of driver seat and front-seat passenger seat as well as a luggage compartment net.

BMW will not offer the 2 Series Active Tourer in the US.

11 responses to “BMW 214d Active Tourer with 95 hp launches this Spring”

  1. Lawrence says:

    This car must be severely under powered and terrible to drive…. and this is a car that is suppose to carry heavy loads….

  2. george.. says:

    this name its so wrong .. this is not a BMW… this name must be 016 … this is front drive and this name 2 is for 2 series coupe … please bmw save us for the name confusion…

  3. Ash says:

    This car is obviously aimed at family people, i.e mums doing school runs. Power doesn’t matter, fuel consumption does :) petrol heads have M cars :p

  4. Bobo says:

    I drove a BMW 114d hatchback as a rent-a-car. Accelation-wise it was poor. However it was perfectly adequate at city traffic and once it reached motorway speeds it was smooth and and quiet. So for moms it should be OK. Another however: Should you get a BMW if performance and driving dynamics don’t matter to you…

  5. Bobo says:

    I drove a BMW 114d hatchback as a rent-a-car. Accelation-wise it was poor. However it was perfectly adequate at city traffic and once it reached motorway speeds it was smooth and and quiet. So for moms it should be OK. Another however: Should you get a BMW if performance and driving dynamics don’t matter to you…

  6. Tinky-Winky says:

    So this is the ultimate driving machine that BMW has been talking about, right?

  7. dsdfas says:

    Hey, posts about bmw 2 series before november 2014 wan’t load :/

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