2016 BMW Z4 ratings and reviews

One of the few new features available on the 2016 BMW Z4 is sport seating. Although the usual assumption is that two-passenger roadsters are cramped at best, the seating in the Z4 is surprisingly roomy, even for people who are on the tall side. Folding down the hardtop further opens up space in the Z4. The base model, the sDrive28i, comes with features such as rain-sensing wipers, keyless start and entry, eight-way power seats, and xenon headlights. Six airbags, automatic collision notification, and adaptive brake lights round out the safety features. Several available packages expand the list of features, such as a Sport Package, M Sport Package, and Hyper Orange Package. The base model has the standard BMW engine, a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4-cylinder with 240 horsepower. The sDrive35i offers a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 engine with 300 horsepower while the sDrive35is has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 engine with 335 horsepower.

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One of the few new features available on the 2016 BMW Z4 is sport seating. Although the usual assumption is that two-passenger roadsters are cramped at best, the seating in the Z4 is surprisingly roomy, even for people who are on the tall side. Folding down the hardtop further opens up space in the Z4. The base model, the sDrive28i, comes with features such as rain-sensing wipers, keyless start and entry, eight-way power seats, and xenon headlights. Six airbags, automatic collision notification, and adaptive brake lights round out the safety features. Several available packages expand the list of features, such as a Sport Package, M Sport Package, and Hyper Orange Package. The base model has the standard BMW engine, a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4-cylinder with 240 horsepower. The sDrive35i offers a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 engine with 300 horsepower while the sDrive35is has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 engine with 335 horsepower.




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