A BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe safety review has not yet been conducted by the NHTSA. The IIHS, however, gave the 2023 model an excellent score of Good in all six crash tests it performed during its review of the 2 Series Gran Coupe. In turn, it walked away with a 2022 Top Safety Pick award. This is unsurprising, given the mastery of German engineering and the long list of standard safety tech included.
NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.
There are plenty of inclusive safety features on the 2 Series Gran Coupe, both passive and active. There are a total of eight airbags: dual front, front knee, front side, and side curtain. Also included are ABS brakes, EBD, and traction and stability control. Driver assists comprise a rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control with forward-collision alert, lane-departure warning, speed-limit information, automatic LED headlights with auto high beams, and rain-sensing wipers.
|BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Trims||228i Gran Coupe||228i xDrive Gran Coupe||M235i xDrive Gran Coupe|
|Rear Parking Aid||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Blind Spot Monitor||S||S||S|
|Lane Departure Warning||S||S||S|
|Lane Keeping Assist||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Tire Pressure Monitor||S||S||S|
While J.D. Power awarded the 2023 2 Series Gran Coupe a rating of 84 out of 100 - and 85 for quality and reliability - BMW does have some reliability issues in general, and the sedan was recalled three times in 2021. Reasons included a passenger seatbelt malfunction, insecurely attached supports in the roof liner, and a moonroof malfunction. However, the 2022 model had only one recall for a malfunctioning sunroof and the 2023 model has had no recalls issued at the time of writing, so things seem to be improving. The basic and powertrain warranties are both valid for four years/50,000 miles. Three years/36,000 miles of scheduled maintenance is included, too. Roadside assistance is offered for four years with no mileage limit.