If you need a family-friendly crossover but can’t quite give up the need for a sporty coupe then meet the BMW X4. It’s a luxurious sports activity vehicle, styled like a coupe, built with practicality in mind and performance at heart.
At Dick Lovett BMW Bristol, Bath, Swindon and Hungerford we know our customers rightly expect the very best. And the BMW X4 doesn’t disappoint. It’s not just class-leading, it’s in an entire class of its own.
What has changed on the new BMW X4?
It’s got a bigger grille than its predecessor, arched LED headlights and the foglights now sit in rectangular housing at the front. The new BMW X4 is three inches longer with a bigger wheelbase giving it a sleeker profile than the old model.
It’s more aerodynamic with a gentler roof rake and more sculpted lines at the rear. The rear glass is flatter, the lights are slimmer and, overall, it’s got far more of a coupe look about it.
Inside, there are lots of special ‘X’ model details, a 10.25” touchscreen, an optional fully digital cockpit, optional panoramic roof and superior materials throughout, such as Vernasca leather upholstery.
The tailgate operates automatically and opens to reveal a wide but relatively high-mounted luggage compartment. It boasts 25 litres more space than before with 525 litres available as standard, increasing to 1,430 litres with the rear seats folded.
But it’s underneath you’ll feel the real difference. The new X4 has a low centre of gravity and near-perfect weight distribution for optimum handling, agility, and performance. M Sport Suspension is fitted as standard.
The flagship BMW X4 M40i M Performance has BMW’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre diesel engine under the bonnet, and a 0-60mph time of just 4.9 seconds. There’s also BMW’s intelligent all-wheel xDrive and a combined fuel consumption figure of 47.9mpg.
But don’t just take our word for it, contact Dick Lovett BMW in Bristol, Bath, Swindon, and Hungerford today to take the new BMW X4 for a test drive and experience the power, practicality and performance for yourself.