2015 BMW 4 Series Expert Review
BMW 5-series ery good and recommend brand.
While some of its rivals have worked hard to catch up to BMW’s 5-series in performance and handling, BMW seems to have switched gears and taken a more luxury-oriented approach with its mid-size sedan. What was once a driver’s delight is now more of a boulevard cruiser—one with a posh interior, plenty of people and cargo space, and a range of efficient and strong-performing engines. When the m550i performance model was introduced for 2018, we were hopeful that the ultimate driving machine was returning to the BMW showroom, but it too suffers from a mixed bag of dynamic traits.
BMW 4 series convertible hardtop.
I haven't had any problems with my car. I went from a 3 row SUV (Hyundai Santa Fe) to this small convertible. Drive is smooth and sporty. Back seat is small but I can fit comfortably (I am 5'2"). Gas mileage is a huge improvement. The hard top makes it seem like you have 2 different cars (sedan and convertible). It is very quiet when the top is up. I would recommend the 4 series convertible for anyone that is smaller and looking for a fun car.
Great ride and stylish looks and feel.
Very reliable and great to drive. Very responsive and holds the road well. Ok on gas. It looks very sharp and gets lots of compliments. Interior is very nice and I like the leather color. The stereo is good and I like how I can switch to play my own radio station from online as I am tired of radio that just plays the same songs. Solid doors.