BMW X4 2014

The second Sport Activity Coupe in BMW's history was divulged at the Geneva Motor Show 2014 in its creation form in the wake of being presented as an idea around a year prior. The new model highlighted styling cues that fitted superbly inside of the BMW range at the moment, with the headlights associated with the kidney grilles, enormous air intakes and a front guard that quietly disguised the standard "X" all SUV-like Bavarian cars have. On the engine front, all units were EU6 consistent and every one of them were accessible with the programmed 8-velocity gearbox, one and only being offered with a manual, the section level xDrive20d model. Surprisingly on one of their models, the Germans chose to offer an adjusted selection of both diesel and petrol engines, a few nations getting one and only decision, similar to the UK where just diesel models were at first set available to be purchased. Exhibitions were amazing as the almost 2-ton car, in its most capable adaptation, the xDrive35d, could do 62 mph in only 5.2 seconds. The X4 likewise was fitted with the most recent installed innovation from BMW, as a major aspect of the ConnectedDrive framework.


Convenient of front and rear seats, dashboard, trunk volume


Overall reliability of auto, maintenance price


Driving performance, speed, acceleration, offroad ability, road grip


Outer and inner view