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2016 BMW 4 Series
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2016 BMW 4-Series Review
The 2016 BMW 4-Series is a group of Coupe and Convertible models. Fairly more, lower, and leaner than the 3-Series cars on which they are based, the 4-Series possesses the same space in the business sector that the BMW 3-Series Coupe used to, yet it leaves space for its own styling prompts, elements, and tuning. The 2016 BMW 4-Series is good looking, that is without a doubt; and it's much more ostentatious than the 3-Series cars on which it's based. Yet a considerable measure of customers will be clashed about whether it's a great deal all the more brave, or diverse, to be its own model. This somewhat lower, marginally more forceful looking Coupe or Convertible doesn't really experience the paces much uniquely in contrast to the 3-Series. Furthermore, that is fine; it flames up sweetly designed in-line motors, shifts effortlessly, and love squeezes the street—while plotting an unmistakable direction into M domain with execution overhauls, and with the new M4.

Walkaround
The engine lineup isn't all that much different than in the 3-Series. The 428i uses a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder to generate 240 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. It can get to 60 mph in about 5.7 seconds with either the manual or automatic transmission, and to a 155-mph electronically limited top speed. And grippy summer tires give its performance all the backing it needs. You get the familiar 3.0-liter turbocharged in-line six-cylinder engine in the 435i models. It's rated at 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft, and it's realistically just as quick as the last-gen M3, with the 435i sprinting to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds with the manual transmission, or five seconds flat with the automatic. With either motor, you can get rear wheel drive or all-wheel drive; and yes, you can even get all-wheel drive on the Convertible. A six-speed manual transmission is a no-expense alternative on back drive roadsters, in spite of the fact that there is no manual 428i xDrive. We think in the event that you have any proclivity for manual transmissions you ought to get it here; it's a motivating thing, with clean moves and exquisite grip uptake. Yet the programmed does truly well in taking care of both of these motors and their wide torque spread, and oar shifters and a game mode handle a scope of driving styles. Guiding is not really a gloat commendable point in the most recent 3-Series vehicles; and now in the 4-Series it's been retuned for better weighting and feel, yet's regardless it not giving sufficiently out input with a portion of the bigger wheel combinations. At the top of the lineup there's the M4, and its hugely upgraded power ratings (now 425 horsepower and 406 lb-ft). You can choose between six-speed manual and seven-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 0-60 mph time of just 4.2 seconds (in DCT form). 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. Electronics reel you in and keep you stable, but there's a feeling that the car's not filling you in on all that happens at the tires. Ultimately it's a track hound and a car for high-speed sweepers, far more than one for canyon-carving. The entire 4-Series lineup does make good on many counts, and one of them is ride comfort. There's also a relatively hushed cockpit. It gets seriously charming with its more ritzy interior trim packages (although perhaps too splashy in others that attempt to be sporty or modern), and its sports seats give grip just where it's called for in sporty driving. But the backseat is somewhere we'd stay out of. And don't forget about the 4-Series Convertible. With a folding hardtop that can lower or raise itself in 20 seconds, at speeds of up to 11 mph. BMW says it's fitted the folded top more effectively into the trunk this time, retaining up to 7.8 cubic feet of storage space when the top is down (or 13 cubic feet when it's up). A fold-down rear seat extends the usefulness of the trunk--and on the less practical side, BMW also fits a standard windblock, three-setting neck warmers, and more sound-deadening materials for a longer driving season and for a quieter ride than in the former 3-Series Convertible. There's also a 4-Series Gran Coupe, an odd niche model that essentially packs in the low-set four-door layout of the 3-Series, but with the more aggressive front-end treatment of the 4-Series plus a fastback/hatchback rear-end design.

Summary
The Sport line replaces the Luxury line's chrome with high-gloss black exterior cues, red-stitched leather in the interior, and red highlights in the instrument cluster, among other upgrades. And the M Sport line gets a unique M aerodynamic kit, an optional exclusive Estoril blue exterior color, Shadowline exterior accents, an anthracite headliner, sport seats, and an M-themed appearance. Last year BMW added Bluetooth audio streaming as standard, while the so-called Enhanced Bluetooth (with a USB port) is now a standalone $500 option. Sport Line trim is now standard across all models, with the sport seats, Anthracite headliner, sport leather steering wheel, and chrono-scaled instrument cluster. Comfort Access Keyless entry is now standard on all 435i Convertible models, and an anti-theft alarm system are also now standard on all 4-Series models. Also, Harman/Kardon surround sound is included in 435i models, along with a year of satellite radio.
2016 BMW 4 Series 428i xDrive
Call:  1-800-851-9000 | 1-888-861-8080
Int'l: 1-561-862-5657 | 1-310-860-8986
Bodystyle:  Gran Coupe
Ext Color:  Black Sapphire Metallic
Int Color:  Black
Engine Description:  4 Cylinder Engine 2.0L
Transmission:  8-Speed A/T
Drivetrain:  All Wheel Drive
Item Number:  BM428AWGC16002
MSRP:
$59,820
Member Price:
$55,675
Monthly:
$539
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