ON THE complete, sedans in Australia feel to be on the nose – notably in the medium and massive segments, where potential buyers are flocking towards SUVs in droves.
Even so there is one particular corner of the market where sedans are however thriving, and that is the tiny car or truck phase where potential buyers can obtain the tiny proportions of a hatchback with the additional practicality of a larger, sedan-type boot.
BMW is the most current model to sign up for the fray with its 2 Series Gran Coupe, in essence a four-doorway model of the new-generation one Series that launched late previous 12 months.
With level of competition coming from the likes of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan and Audi A3 sedan, does the 2 Series Gran Coupe have what it usually takes to carve out its personal specialized niche in the fast paced tiny car or truck phase?
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