Whether in the form of a coupe, hardtop convertible or versatile 4-door Gran Coupe, the 2016 BMW 4 Series offers excellent driving manners and a variety of powertrains ranging from an eager yet efficient turbocharged 4-cylinder to the 425-horsepower 6-cylinder in the M4, as well as rear-wheel-drive (RWD) or all-wheel-drive (AWD) configurations.
You'll Like The 2016 BMW 4 Series If...
If you crave the excellent driving dynamics and inherent badge appeal that come with a BMW 3 Series but in the form of a coupe or convertible, the 4 Series is the answer. And the 4-door Gran Coupe is a practical and beautiful hauler thanks to its spacious hatch.
You May Not Like The 2016 BMW 4 Series If...
Fresh entry-level, luxury-coupe temptation arrives in the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which offers a more elegant interior and sophisticated technology such as semi-autonomous driving. The all-new 2017 Infiniti Q60 also looks to give the 4 Series a run for its money in the departments of style and power.
Vehicle horn: The next point is that if you want to whistle, you must use one hand to press strongly on the mid-volt, accidentally we only drive one hand. I like to whistle the two sides of the steering wheel, we still drive two hands still hit the whistle and press very lightly, not as X5. Headlight: my phase is not bright, even dark. The owner said that the registry they measured also reported lack of light, the owner also changed the other shining brighter but the time is burning, or electrical problems, feeling like the car is a perfect, Any other strange alternative will lead to trouble, this boss told me not dare to opinions but only hear, correct or not the self-verification tools.
Shape: 7 out of 7 people like this line, so too, I still see the X5 men more than X6. And probably sitting on a car just beautiful and expensive, the driver's confidence is higher (though not the car itself). Interior and interior: beautiful and very beautiful, the details are sophisticated and luxurious, you are fascinated with the wood and chrome door. Spacious seating for all 5 people. Engine: motor 4.8 is called, as the gas pedal is soaring, there seems to be no lag, the trail early morning I slightly 160 like pink hair and are like lemon squeezed, unlike other cars speeding from 60 - 100 very fast but from 100-140, slowly, the car drank more than 21l / 100km is different.
You get what you pay for. The BMW has paid me with it is name.
Because my vehicle is a convertible. There is limited trunk space. It is a smooth ride and for it size, it is comfortable. It has been a reliable source of transportation. I have no problems with it. I have had many door dings, by other people hitting my door. I am not sure if there is a way for the panels on the doors can offer better strength in material that would be only real issue. But overall I love my BMW.
Great car! Comfortable and reliable.
This car is very comfortable and has not broken down so far! I have 40, 000 miles on it so far! This car is very reliable and I would definitely recommend it to a friend who is buying a new car! The only problem that I have personally had with this car is how low it sits for my long legs! I guess that is a personal problem!
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