Used BMW M2 Cars in Scotland

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BMW M2 M2 Competition Coupe 2019, 5363 miles, £459 +42
BMW M2 £45,950
M2 Competition
Finance from £1090 per month

2019

Automatic

29.1 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 5,363

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 Competition 2dr DCT Coupe 2019, 14486 mi +24
BMW M2 £40,000
M2 Competition 2dr DCT

2019

Semi-Auto

29.1 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 14,486

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 Competition 2dr DCT Coupe 2020, 16000 mi +29
BMW M2 £42,577
M2 Competition 2dr DCT
Finance from £1008 per month

2020

Automatic

29.1 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 16,000

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 Competition 19s, HEATED SEAT, HARMA KARD +19
BMW M2 £39,500
M2 Competition 19s, HEATED SEAT, HARMA KARDON
Finance from £933 per month

2020

Automatic

29.1 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 16,968

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 2dr DCT Coupe 2016, 17599 miles, £29995 +17
BMW M2 £29,995
M2 2dr DCT

2016

Semi-Auto

35.8 mpg

Tax: £290

Mileage: 17,599

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 2dr DCT Coupe 2018, 17900 miles, £33700 +24
BMW M2 £33,700
M2 2dr DCT

2018

Semi-Auto

35.8 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 17,900

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 2dr DCT Coupe 2018, 18046 miles, £33552 +24
BMW M2 £33,552
M2 2dr DCT

2018

Semi-Auto

35.8 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 18,046

Petrol

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BMW M2 M2 Competition 2dr DCT Coupe 2019, 20391 mi +24
BMW M2 £41,059
M2 Competition 2dr DCT

2019

Semi-Auto

29.1 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 20,391

Petrol

BMW M2 3.0 M2 2d 365 BHP Coupe 2017, 22500 miles, +51
BMW M2 £31,850
3.0 M2 2d 365 BHP
Finance from £748 per month

2017

Semi-Auto

35.8 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 22,500

Petrol

BMW M2 M2 Competition 2dr DCT Coupe 2019, 22717 mi +27
BMW M2 £37,990
M2 Competition 2dr DCT

2019

Automatic

29.1 mpg

Tax: £165

Mileage: 22,717

Petrol

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Why buy a used BMW M2 with Exchange and Mart?

Is there any other car quite like the BMW M2? The Munich maker doesn't think so, claiming it to be 'in a segment of one' and most of the 60,000 enthusiasts who bought the original 'F87' 2015-era model would probably agree. For BMW, M used to be merely a performance badge; now increasingly, it's a sub-brand, with this Mexican-built model now the entry point to a widening portfolio of rocket-fast road racers. It's very different this time round - and not only because all attempts at visual subtlety have been dispensed with; if you want that, we'd recommend a look at this variant's less frantic close cousin, the M240i. That car has 4WD, but for M2 folk, that wouldn't offer the purist potential being sought here. Those people must have breathed a sigh of relief when the current 'G42' 2 Series Coupe retained a rear-driven platform. And been even more relieved when BMW announced that a manual gearbox would be retained within the M2 range. So what's in store here? Let's take a look.

About the BMW M2

Given that this M2 is basically now very much an M4 in a different, sportier suit, there was no point in BMW's stylists merely copying that only slightly larger model's more conservative vibe - and they haven't. You'll either like or loathe the fact that aesthetic subtlety's been tossed out the window here but you can't deny that this second generation M2 certainly has more roadway presence this time round. No longer do we find ourselves questioning whether an M240i might not be a cleverer choice: this now feels like a different kind of car entirely. It has its own unique niche, just as is the case with the two similarly priced models that are closest to anything that might be called a 'competitor', Porsche's 718 Cayman and the Alpine A110. We applaud the fact that BMW's retained a manual stick shift option and has resisted the temptation to add in xDrive 4WD. We're less keen on the larger platform's extra weight and the step up in price. Still, it's a proper driver's car, just as we'd hoped the M division's last ever pure combustion model might be. Enjoy it while you can.

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If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.

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