BMW X4 Ratings
Features - 8
Engine And Performance - 7
Fuel Economy - 4
Safety - 8.6
Interior - 8.2
Exterior - 7
SUVs and sophistication… sound like a pretty cool combo, right? From mammoths such as the Cullinan to the GLS to the GX 460, these are some names in the SUV dimension that carry a hint of sophistication in their appeal.
These cars may be a wild, untamed beast on the inside, but on their outer shell, they are garnished by an elegant and poised character. However, a car that can be credited to kickstart this trend of sophisticated SUVs is the BMW X4.
The BMW X4 first saw the face of the dawn in 2014, when it was unveiled at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. Soon after the launch of X4 in 2014, the M-spec model, the M40i was announced in 2015, with an official debut at the 2016 Detroit Motor Show.
The BMW X4 housed a 3.0L turbo inline-6 engine which used to belt out a punchy power of 355 hp along with 343 lb.-ft. Of the spinning force.
The first gen X4, recieved an update in 2018, and this update marked the arrival of an uber-stylish, and more-powerful than ever X4, which was here to set new norms for the existing compact luxury SUV fragment of the autombile market. The current-gen X4 also houses a similar 3.0L intercooled turbo inline-6 engine, however, the outgoing models witness a mild power bump from 343 lb.-ft. Of torque to 365 lb.-ft. Of torque, which can make this “Apache” sprint from 0-60 in just 4.8 seconds.
BMW X4 Brochures By Year
|2018 Brochure BMW X4|
BMW X4 Exterior pictures
BMW X4 Interior pictures
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