The 2014 BMW M235i is s unmistakably a perfect BMW. You may not be finding it that gorgeous, but it would be just perfect with the audience it aims at. The model is architecturally much similar to the existing 3- and 4-series models as it shares the common engine compartment and front crash structure etc.
One notable thing about M235I Coupe is power-to-weight ratio, which is very impressive. All thanks to turbo-charged N55 inline-6, this is capable of offering 320 HP and 330 lb ft torque. The 8-speed quick-shifting automatic having wheel-mounted paddle and programmed launch-control is coming standard; however there is also an option to swap in a 6-speed manual in no extra cost.
It is expected that the pricing of the base model may start from anywhere around $33,025, which seems very much reasonable by the BMW standards. Equipped with Michelin Pilot Super Sports tires, new M235i has a fairly strong grip on the road; however is simple enough to keep the rotation within the throttle. With the price feel on the steering, the vehicle can turn quickly and most accurately. There is an electric power-steering system which effectively communicates with the driver. You have the option to order the 2-series with collision and lane-departure warning systems and also automated parking assistance.