New 2016 BMW 4 Series Quotes

Performance

With the lowest centre of gravity of any BMW, the 4 Series is very engaging car to drive. Sharp, accurate steering make driving on the windiest country roads relentless fun while still smooth and responsive. The 2.0-litre diesel 420d revs keenly and packs plenty of pace while the turbocharged 3.0-litre petrol engine in the 435i has lots of pull in low revs and makes overtaking a dawdle. Book a test drive at your nearest dealership to experience the ride for yourself.

Running Costs

The 4 Series enjoys better fuel efficiency than the 3 Series thanks to its aerodynamic body. The optional eight-speed automatic gearbox delivers not only a smooth ride but better economy fuel-wise. The 420d seems to be the best performing model in this area with emissions at just 124g/km and a return of 60mpg. BMW’s fixed price servicing plan will also help keep running costs down providing five years of 50,000 miles of cover for just £425. Residual costs are also strong with the 4 series with a predicted 51.5 per cent to beat of its rivals.

Equipment

The trim levels for the BMW are quite straight forward with the entry level SE followed by Sport, Modern and Luxury lines and M Sport at the top. The standard kit is extensive, with every model coming with dual-zone climate control, cruise control, heated leather seats, front and rear parking sensors and xenon headlights. The next trim up adds heated sports seats gripping a Sport multifunction steering wheel. The Luxury or M Sport pack includes the BMW Business Media infotainment system with sat-nav and other sporty features. For full details of all the trims, order a brochure through this website.