2016 bmw 4 series




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    2016 bmw 4 series

    2016 bmw 4 series

    When we got there the car was not in the lot and had to be located blocks away and it took about an hour to find a dealer plate as they just opened thier business 2 weeks earlier. Overall, iDrive is pretty easy to use, thanks to straightforward menus, crisp graphics and quick processing times. That's not exactly the case, and this slightly lower, slightly more aggressive-looking coupe or convertible doesn't actually go through the paces much differently than the 3-Series. That's fine, actually; it fires up sweetly engineered inline engines, shifts with ease, and bear-hugs the road—while plotting a clear trajectory into M territory with performance upgrades, and with the new M4.

    2016 bmw 4 series

    2016 bmw 4 series

    2016 bmw 4 series

    2016 bmw 4 series

    2016 bmw 4 series

    BMW 4 Series (F32) - Wikipedia

    The 4-Series has taken up residence where the 3-Series Coupes left off. Somewhat longer, lower, and leaner than the 3-Series sedans on which they're based, the 4-Series occupies the same space in the market that the BMW 3-Series Coupe used to, but it leaves room for its own styling cues, features, and tuning.

    The BMW 4-Series is handsome, that's for sure; and it's even more flamboyant than the 3-Series sedans on which it's based. Yet a lot of shoppers are going to be conflicted about whether it's that much more daring, or different, to be its own model. With the 4-Series, BMW has tweaked the design of the 3-Series in ways that wouldn't quite work in the sedan—to bring out some of the same proportions of the long-ago 8-Series, as well as some of the styling cues of former generations of 3-Series coupes.

    2016 bmw 4 series

    The 4-Series has a somewhat wider, broadened look and some bolder cues, with a lot more "negative" space in front. Despite it all, the 4-Series actually works extraordinarily well in profile. It has a perfect balance of glass to metal, a decathlete stance especially from the rear quarters , and some spot-on details, like its sharply creased shoulder line. And the cabin's definitely more adventurous, with some sweeping arcs and trim packages that lift its basic-black wardrobe into something a little more couture.

    There's no diesel, no hybrid, and no base-model i. Altogether, this slightly lower, slightly more aggressive-looking Coupe or Convertible doesn't actually go through the paces much differently than the 3-Series. And that's fine; it fires up sweetly engineered in-line engines, shifts with ease, and bear-hugs the road—while plotting a clear trajectory into M territory with performance upgrades, and with the new M4.

    2016 bmw 4 series

    The engine lineup isn't all that much different than in the 3-Series. The i uses a 2. It can get to 60 mph in about 5. And grippy summer tires give its performance all the backing it needs. You get the familiar 3. It's rated at hp and lb-ft, and it's realistically just as quick as the last-gen M3, with the i sprinting to 60 mph in 5. With either engine, you can get rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive; and yes, you can even get all-wheel drive on the Convertible.

    A 6-speed manual transmission is a no-cost option on rear-drive coupes, although there is no manual i xDrive. We think if you have any affinity for manual transmissions you should get it here; it's an inspiring thing, with clean shifts and lovely clutch uptake.

    Yet the automatic does really well in handling either of these engines and their wide torque spread, and paddle-shifters and a sport mode handle a range of driving styles. Steering is hardly a boast-worthy point in the latest 3-Series sedans; and now in the 4-Series it's been tuned for better weighting and feel, but it's still not handing out enough feedback with some of the larger wheel-and-tire combinations. At the top of the lineup there's the M4, and its hugely upgraded power ratings now horsepower and lb-ft.

    2016 bmw 4 series

    You can choose between 6-speed manual and 7-speed M Double Clutch gearboxes, while an Active M limited-slip differential helps get the power to the pavement and an available Adaptive M suspension keeps contact and aids traction. The M4 takes after the larger M6 in ride and sophistication, yet it keeps its weight down, to enable a supercar-league mph time of just 4. All this sounds promising, yet we've ended up with two very different impressions of the M4.

    On the track, we've found it an extraordinary athlete and an absolute thrill to drive. Yet on the road, the M4's limits are high and it lacks the sort of feedback most drivers seek on back roads and over imperfect pavement—especially in a car with these power levels.

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