The 4 Series range has been simplified for 2024, with new tech, more features for the coupe and convertible lineup
With the 4 Series no longer offered with a 420i coupe, that lifts the cost-of-entry for the now-cheapest 4 Series – the 420i convertible – at $106,500 before on-road costs.
Pricing sits as high as $150,900 before on-road costs for the M440i xDrive convertible.
BMW has added features such as the latest Operating System 8.5, its curved screen interface, new headlights and tail lights and more standard specification across the 4 Series range.
BMW Australia has confirmed that the updated 4 Series range will go on sale in Australia during the second quarter of 2024, roughly between April to June.
Similar updates are expected to be revealed for the four-door Gran Coupe variants at a later date, which accounted for 65 percent of all 4 Series sales in 2023.
For the 420i designated models, the variant will be powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 135kW/300Nm and is rear-wheel drive.
The 430i, meanwhile, uses a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces outputs of 190kW/400Nm.
The highest spec engine is in the M440i xDrive – a 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six engine produces 285kW/500Nm – which is mated to BMW’s all-wheel drive system.
Beginning with the 420i convertible, owners will receive the following features as standard:
With the 430i, owners will receive additional features including:
Jumping into the M440i xDrive, owners will gain additional features such as:
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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