2020 BMW X2


2020 Nissan Rogue Crossover

2020 BMW X2 vs. 2020 Nissan Rogue Crossover


Introducing the 2020 BMW X2’s M35i in the automotive industry is considered a great achievement for BMW. This rather slick, heated crisscross model comes with a powerful 300+hp 2.0-litter heated engine. In the place of the traditional VW Golf R, BMW has decided to upgrade the model by developing the X2 series. When you envision the overall design of this stunning model, you can agree to the fact that the automotive industry is yet to hit its limits.

Most encouragingly, the X2 is availed with a comprehensive four-year per 50,000 miles warranty, taking full coverage of the truck and has a 24-hr roadside support. On the contrary, the Nissan Rogue Crossover brings with it a 3-yr per 36,000 miles warrant with a 1-yr expiry date and 14,000 miles earlier. Aside, The BMW Company meets the scheduled X2 maintenance charges for a period of 3yrs and extra 36,000 miles. It also pays for lubrication, oil and other necessary maintenance. Rogue’s scheduled maintenance charges aren’t paid for by Nissan.

Design & style

The X2 M35i provides a possible heads-up screen tasked with projecting of speed and various important instrumentation readouts within the driver’s sight, thereby allowing them a clear view of the info without necessarily diverting their attention from the highway. It is unlikely that the 2020 Nissan Rogue Crossover will have the heads-up screen feature. The X2 M35i comes with rain-sensitive windshield wipers which can be turned on and off automatically. Besides, the wipers have been designed in such a way that they automatically adjust their speed basing on the rainfall level around the screen. This is critical as it gives the driver ample time to focus on driving instead of continually adjusting the wipers.

As for the 2020 Nissan Rogue Crossover, its manually adjustable intermittent wipers require constant adjusting.

Technology & safety

In order to give the driver a more secure driving position, the X2 M35i includes a telescopic steering system. The system is more advantageous than the traditional adjustable seat or tilted steering wheel as it enables short drivers to position themselves far away from the wheel, allowing them adequate space to maintain their grip on the wheels. Besides, you can easily set and release the BMW M35i parking brake with a single press or automatically. Once the X2 M35i window is secured, the driver may still be in control of the rest of the windows, including closing the one opened by a minor.

On the other hand, the 2020 Nissan Rogue Crossover, you will need to manually set and release the parking brake system.  Also, this model does not allow drivers to deal with the rest of the windows just like it is the case with other passengers.


For enhanced driving, brake cooling and handling, X2 is fitted with standardized 18-inch tires. You also have the option of choosing the larger 20-inch tires for maximum stability. Replacing a deflated tire closely to traffic is undoubtedly risky and inconvenient. But with X2’s standard flat-tires, you can drive for 50 miles devoid any pressure until you find an auto parts dealer for repair. On the contrary, the 17-inch tires on the Rogue may not give you even the slightest chance to move a single mile.

Bottom line

While the 2020 Nissan Rogue Crossover may come with other great features, chances are that it will still come behind the X2 M35i model. If the latest consumer reports are anything to go by, there is no doubt that the BMW model is going to enjoy the top slot in terms of rating for an extended period of time.

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