At a Glance
|Pricing||$40,400 - $50,100|
|Engines||3.0l I6, 3.2l I6|
|Fuel Economy||15-19 (city), 22-28 (highway)|
BMW's Z4 Coupe is arguably better looking than the convertible. The long hood and sloped backlight says "sports car," while the 255-bhp 3.0L inline six in the new Z4 3.0si has the performance to prove it (0-60 mph: 5.6 seconds, top speed: 155 mph). The M Coupe turns it up another notch with the inclusion of the 330-bhp 3.2L six-cylinder of M3 fame. All Z4 models are equipped with a choice of a 6-speed manual or automatic (with paddle shifters). Run flat tires are standard across the lineup. Enhanced DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) functions such as Brake Fade Compensation, Brake Standby, Brake Drying, and Start-off Assistant increase safety and brake performance. As with any other BMW, there is a comprehensive option list available. The coupe is assembled alongside the convertible in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Forty years ago American driving enthusiasts were in the midst of a great debate taking place in car magazines and at car club meetings. Precipitated by mass-production carmakers using the term "sports car" to market what were essentially sedan-based products to the burgeoning youth market, the debate centered on defining the authentic sports car. In the end most of the debaters agreed it was easier to determine what was not a sports car than to agree...Read.
|Z4 Coupe 3.0si||3.0l I6 (255-bhp)||M6||RWD||18/28/22||$40,400|
|Z4 Coupe 3.0si||3.0l I6 (255-bhp)||A6||RWD||19/28/23||$41,675|
|M coupe M Coupe||3.2l I6 (330-bhp)||M6||RWD||15/22/18||$50,100|