2015 BMW M235i Convertible Long-Term Road Test - Cargo Space

2015 BMW M235i Convertible Long-Term Road Test

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2015 BMW M235i: Trades Small Rear Seat for Bigger Trunk

August 10, 2015

2015 BMW M235i

That the 2015 BMW M235i should be able to handle some grocery-getting and other details of the day-to-day shouldn't be surprising, even if it is a convertible. This is, after all, a $50,000 car. And even if it's main purpose is to be a tightly-wound little carving machine that can dress down when the sun is up, you should expect some measure of daily utility for fifty large.

The flipside of the M235i's stingy rear seat room, well-documented in our travels, is that it enables a trunk shape and volume that's fairly useful for resupplying the pantry. Although it tapers closer to the rear seat backs, the trunk is surprisingly deep, if narrow

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2015 BMW M235i: Pony Parts Hauler

June 22, 2015

2015 BMW M235i

We needed to pick up four new tires for our long-term Ford Mustang GT but the only car available at the time was our 2015 BMW M235i. It seemed like a good impromptu test of the BMW's cargo capacity.

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