We are pretty sure, you also have made your opinion about the style of the latest vehicle, and if you like it, then you are among the very few people. If not, then the majority is with you. Where the arguments over the design will continue to go on, we think it’s important to talk about its other aspects as well.
The model starts at a fairly good price, and the company is expecting it to be the best-selling 4 Series variant in the country. There’s a B48 powerplant that provides the power, and the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine can produce 178bhp and 219lb-ft. The vehicle gets 18in alloys and passive dampers as standard. The car we tested had the M Sport Pro Package, which provided 19in alloys, run-flat tires, adaptive dampers, M Sport brakes, and more. But, when you get inside, you will like the interior, and the cabin is very attractive and it might seem familiar.
You are positioned somewhat low in the cabin due to the electronically adjustable seats, and they also offer excellent lateral and under-thigh support. You will sit in front of an M Sport steering wheel and the firm’s digital instrument cluster, which might look a bit confusing, but it operates very smoothly. There are two rear seats over your shoulder, but of course, you being an adult, would avoid them. This car is a good place to spend time.
The vehicle drives in a slick, engaging manner, so we think you should consider it for this alone. Another good thing about the 420 is that it gets the ergonomics, interior design, and driving position in a general sense right.
But, the 3 Series provides all of this too, and it also offers the practicality of a saloon. So, if you are buying a model like the 4 Series, your main motivation could be its style, but we don’t think this car would be able to do that.