BMW 228 2016

4.6 (7 votes)


  • Offered in 228i or M235i form, both with turbo engines
  • Coupe or convertible
  • Rear- or all-wheel drive


  • Small dashboard screen (non-navigation models)
  • Lack of expected standard features
  • Expensive


  • Decent trunk room
  • Excellent handling and balance
  • None of the prior 1 Series' awkward lines
  • Snug cabin still accommodates taller people

BMW 228 2016 Specs

$20,459–$36,555 Inventory Prices
240-hp, 2.0-liter I-4 (premium)
Combined MPG
26-27 Combined MPG
4 Seats
Body Type
Rear-wheel Drive
Warranty Bumper-to-Bumper
48 months / 50,000 miles
Warranty Powertrain
48 months / 50,000 miles
Warranty Roadside Assistance
48 months / unlimited distance

BMW 228 2016 Reviews

A sleeper car that looks good!

This car is wonderful to drive it goes into turns and asks for more. The control in the rain on the interstate is amazing. The seats are very comfortable and supportive. Drove six hundred miles, got ...

by Brian ;) from Rockford IL. on February 15, 2018

fun car, but booklet is difficult t understand

love the car but blind spots can be annoying especially the position of the mirrors. also with so many moving parts i'm concerned about the convertible mechanism breaking down

by seashells from North Kingstown on June 19, 2018

BMW 228 2016 Ratings