2014 BMW 4 Series – Review and Price

2014 BMW 4 Series is a lot more reliable, arguably a lot more desirable, and provides a broader range of alternatives than we’ve ever before seen on a 3 Set coupe. Launched as the current generation of BMW’s sporty mid-size Coupe, the new BMW 4 Set Coupe symbolizes extremely essence of dynamics and aesthetic appeal in premium segment.

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Design and Styling

Signature BMW front-end design features, such as the double-kidney grille and four round headlights, certainly recognize 4 Collection Coupe as a BMW. optional stunning full-LED fronts lights, with their hexagonal style, and a little forward-slanting BMW kidney grille kind a single system and reinforce athletic presence of BMW 4 Collection Coupe when driving.

Below the headlight line, BMW 4 Set Coupe includes a huge air intake in front apron. On far left and right-hand advantages of the air consumptions are extra little vertical apertures for the Air Curtains. These vents boost the airflow around beyond front wheels and support chop fuel consumption at higher rates.2014-BMW-4-Series-side

Subtly sloping roofline develops a smooth transition into the rear, and highlights the flashy profile of flanks. The side window with frameless glass and signature slim-line BMW Hofmeister twist at the trailing advantage of the C-pillar produce a dynamic aesthetic tension. Below the home windows, dual swage line– made up of two character lines operating along with each other– familiar from the BMW 3 Series in addition to door sill line strengthen the physical body’s wedge shape. little, shrinking shadow below swage line over rear wheel moves directly in to flared rear wing, emphasizing vehicle’s potential and characteristic BMW rear-wheel drive.



The inside of BMW 4 Collection Coupe includes stylish styling and pure quality together. In front of the log cabin, a technique called layering– i.e. utilization of space with structuring of lines and areas in to layers– gives the log cabin a vehicle driver orientation without leaving out front guest. All the controls main to steering are organized ergonomically around the driver giving all set access to all features.

Automatic safety belt valets, a Sport steering wheel, circular instruments in black-panel look and free-standing, flat-screen iDrive screen give a sense of functional elegance. iDrive Controller– effectively found for easy scope on center console– and armrest between the front seats offer cabin use and convenience. back rest of the BMW 4 Series Coupe’s rear seat could be folded up down in 40:20:40 segments. trunk could also be opened remotely using the optional Smart Opener as part of Convenience Access attribute; a short motion of foot under the facility of the rear bumper is all it takes to increase trunklid.

The Engine and Performance

The 2014 BMW 428i– offered in back- and all-wheel drive– is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 that makes 240 hp at 5000-6500 revoltions per minute and 255 lb-ft between 1250-4800 rpm. With summertime performance tires and an eight-speed automatic, BMW estimates a 0-60 mph run will take 5.7 seconds — just 0.2 seconds off the pace of the automaker’s estimated time for a 2012 335i with a six-speed manual. Unfortunately, the manual 428i isn’t available with BMW’s all-wheel-drive system, which can reduce oversteer or understeer, depending on the driving situation.
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The 2014 435i is powered by the same turbocharged 3.0-liter I-6 in the 335i sedan, with 300 hp between 5800-6000 rpm and 300 lb-ft of torque between 1200-5000 rpm. Go with the manual transmission and you’ll reach 60 mph in 5.3 seconds, or an estimated 5.0 seconds with the eight-speed automatic. Considering we’ve tested an automatic-transmission 2012 BMW 335i sprinting to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds, expect an easy sub-5.0-second time for the 2014 435i as well. Don’t expect 420i or diesel 4 Series variants in the U.S., however.

2014 BMW 4 Series Price and Release date

The 2014 BMW 4 Series Coupe, which will hit the U.S. market late this summer, starts at $41,425, including a $925 destination charge. The top-of-the-line 2014 BMW 435i xDrive starts at $48,925, including shipping.


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