BMW 228i Track Handling Package Priced at $2,200

by Mark Jurista on May 27, 2014, 4:28 pm
BMW 228i Track Handling Package Priced at 2,200

We have now learned that the Track Handling package that was announced for the 228i a little over a month ago will be priced at $2,200 or $1,600 if you also are optioning the car with Sport Line or M Sport Line.

The track handling package officially gets listed with
  • 18" Ferric Grey 384 with mixed performance tires. Fronts at 18x7.5 with 225/40 R18 tires and the rears measuring in at 18x8.0 with 245/35 R18 tires OR 18" Ferric Grey 461M with mixed performance tires. Fronts at 18x7.5 with 225/40 R18 tires and the rears measuring in at 18x8.0 with 245/35 R18 tires.
  • M Sport Brakes
  • Adaptive M Suspension
  • Variable Sport Steering

Learn more about the track handling package from the original announcement or from our 2014 New York Auto Show Report.


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2 responses to BMW 228i Track Handling Package Priced at $2,200

Angelbones commented:
May 27, 2014, 9:44 pm

Thanks for the info, as I've personally been holding out to order until I knew a little more about this package ever since it was announced at the NY auto show. One thing I don't understand though is that you can get all those things now, right? Either order the M sport line and add the brakes, or get the Dynamic Handling package plus the wheels. Yes I know right now it's not possible to combine the two, but is that worth $2200? (although I do like that style wheel so that does help compensate some)
pix335i commented:
May 28, 2014, 9:10 am

It is worth it for the right person. If you base it on the current pricing the M Sport line plus brakes sets you back $3,650 ($3000 + $650). The Dynamic Handling Package plus the wheels which you can't get without adding sport / m sport would be $1,600 ($1,000 + $600). The one big item you can't get any other way is non run flat summer tires. It is a personal choice but the one part that I find lacking with the track handling package is that sport seats were not included. If you don't mind not having sport seats it does seem like you can call the Track Handling package a good value rather than spending the money to get the options added on other ways.

I hope that helps!