Best Spark Plugs For BMW X2

For the first time, the BMW X2 appeared as a concept on the stage of the International Paris Motor Show in 2016, and a year later, the first photos of the production model appeared on the network. In fact, the novelty is a more stylish and youthful version of the X1 model. Despite the fact that these cars are very similar from a technical point of view, the X2 received many revolutionary design decisions, which should later be carried over to older models. Striking, the “frowning” elongated headlamps with several lensed elements and elegant angular sections of LED daytime running lights.

The branded “nostrils” of the radiator grill also slightly changed their shape following the “angel eyes”. They are two rounded pentagons with a lot of vertically oriented edges with a 3D effect. Under them, on the front bumper, there are several predatory air intakes covered with plastic mesh in elongated cells. Behind it, the massive intercooler and radiator of the cooling system are clearly visible. In general, the novelty has received a design that matches the brand’s reputation. She looks stylishly catchy and very aggressive.

2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 BMW X2 F39 Spark Plugs

Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine B46A20B Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine B48A20O0 Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.030″ (0.76mm) 0.028″ (0.71mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 60,000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 94201 SILZKGR8B8S Laser Iridium Spark Plug Champion 9425 RERX4ZWYPB-1 Iridium Spark Plug
Popular choice Bosch 8169 0242145555 ZR5SPP3320 Double Platinum Spark Plug Champion 9425 RERX4ZWYPB-1 Iridium Spark Plug

The ignition system is designed to run on Bosch and NGK spark plugs, which are original providers for BMW. We only recommend direct replacement spark plugs because they preserve the engine running at its best and get the most out of your performance modifications.

What Are Signs Your Spark Plugs Are Bad?

  • Symptoms of bad spark plugs can include:
  • Lower gasoline mileage.
  • The inability to accelerate.
  • Difficulties starting the car.
  • Engine malfunctions.
  • Idling issues

Dan Hoffman

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