Best BMW X2 Tires
Is it a car or a crossover? Either way, the BMW X2 is certainly a segment busting vehicle.
To help with your tire shopping journey (we’re sure you’re not finding it all that fun) we’ve compiled a list of the best BMW X2 tires based on numerous factors, from performance, to tread life, ride quality and price. We’ve also tossed in a few other options for winter tires, budget options and some longer lasting tires.
BMW X2 Tire Sizes
Below are the trim levels for the BMW X2 as well as the tire sizes available for each from the factory.
- xDrive 28i 225/50/18 or 225/45/19 or 225/40/20
- M35i 225/45/19 or 225/40/20
Best Tire for BMW X2
Here are three fantastic choices for the BMW X2, all of which are quite similar in performance but with slight variations. The Goodyear Eagle Exhilarate is priced in the middle, offers a lower 45,000 mile warranty but offers fantastic grip in both the wet and dry. The Bridgestone Potenza RE980 AS offers a slight edge in wet weather performance but slightly worse dry grip, while also offering the best mileage warranty of the bunch at 50,000 miles. And finally there’s the Michelin Pilot Sport AS 3 Plus. It’s the most expensive of the bunch and performance nets out in the middle of the other two. Overall, these are extremely equally matched tires so we’d recommend whichever brand has a deal on at the time you’re shopping.
Michelin Pilot Sport AS 3 Plus
Replacement Tires for BMW X2
The tires below are both options BMW equips on the X2 from the factory. Both are runflats
Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season
Best Summer Performance Tire for BMW X2
Best Budget Tire for BMW X2
Below are two solid choices for the X2. The Pirelli offers the better dynamic handling package of the two and costs slightly less. Both are decent in wet weather and come with a 50,000 mile tread life warranty, with the Toyo costing about $10 less per tire.
Pirelli Cinturato Strada Sport AS
Longest Lasting Tire for BMW X2
Best Winter Tire for BMW X2