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BMW’s X4 carries the brand’s sports approach to vehicle design over to the SUV segment - with all its famous luxury preserved. This dominating model is as pleasing to look at as it is to drive, and it’s offered with some of the most advanced on-board technology included as standard.
You’ll make a big statement on the road at the wheel of the X4, as the car’s coupé-like shape exudes elegance and sophistication. The theme is upheld through the large alloy wheels, which support a sculpted body that flows with neat creases down each wing and along the bonnet. A familiar kidney-shaped front grille sits between adaptive LED headlights, which also feature LED daytime running lights to help the model stand out during the hours of darkness.
In the cabin of the BMW X4 you can craft the design to your individual tastes, choosing from an array of upholsteries in a variety of colours. These can be complemented by or contrasted with numerous trim options too, which hold together an intuitively designed centre console. This has clearly been focused towards the driver to improve the in-car experience, while the large amount of rear space and generous storage capacity please all occupants.
Further engaging features include the abundance of technology in the cockpit, which as standard includes a DAB digital radio, hands-free Bluetooth® with a USB audio interface and BMW Emergency Call. Many functions can be selected using the iDrive Controller, with key information shown through the 6.5-inch integrated display. There’s also built-in satellite navigation, cruise control and park distance control for added convenience.
Diesel engines power the BMW X4 through any conditions, and you have a choice of six or four-cylinder units. The most powerful is the all-wheel drive xDrive35d with 309bhp, which it uses to surge to 60mph from standing in just 5.2 seconds. The four-cylinder xDrive 20d impresses with its economy and cleanliness, giving up to 56mpg with Steptronic transmission and CO2 emissions as low as 131g/km. This remarkable performance owes much to BMW’s BluePerformance technology, and it isn’t the only innovation found with the X4.
For safety, the SUV brings together Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and its many active systems with cruise control, park distance control, side impact protection, head restraints and multiple airbags.
For further details on this admirable SUV, call the friendly team at BMW Bradford today to book a test drive or simply fill in the contact form on this page.