Road Test of the Year 2016: BMW M2 Review

Darren Cassey



Wales' unpredictable weather is playing nasty as the light morning mist gives way to rolling fog. With visibility reduced, confidence in your car is key, and thankfully that's the M2's trump card.

Where its bigger brother, the M3, can feel a bit big and unwieldy, the M2 feels much better suited to real-world driving. Its dimensions mean that you can place it between the white lines at speed without ever worrying about getting things wrong – and on a day like today that's exactly what I need.