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2015 Bmw M4

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TrimYearBodyEngineFuelDriveTransmission typeDoorsEstimated MPG
2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 6M)2015Compact Cars
  • Type: Inline-6 3L
  • Power: 425 PS
  • Torque: 406 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.2
Premium Unleaded (Required)Rear Wheel DriveManual2
  • 17.0 city
  • 26.0 hwy
  • 20.0 mixed
2dr Convertible (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 6M)2015Compact Cars
  • Type: Inline-6 3L
  • Power: 425 PS
  • Torque: 406 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.2
Premium Unleaded (Required)Rear Wheel DriveManual2
  • 17.0 city
  • 26.0 hwy
  • 20.0 mixed
Getting the M4 right is even more critical for BMW, because it wears an all-new name over the bones and history of the M3 coupe. Committing any sins against its ancestors will be judged doubly for the M4.
The Good The 2015 BMW M4 offers tremendous on tap power from an engine that can run all day above 5,000 rpm, combined with precision handling. Its navigation system includes easily accessible online search and warns about obstructions on the road ahead.
The BMW M4 begins to come into its own on a twisty road, and will be even better on a track. Josh Miller/CNET
In modern BMW M-car style, the M4 offered me a multitude of settings. The throttle could be in Efficient, Sport or Sport Plus. Steering could be in Comfort, Sport or Sport Plus. Dynamic stability control could be in normal, M Dynamic mode or off. The transmission's sequential mode gave me three levels from soft to hard gear changes, while its automatic mode went through three levels of aggressiveness. If the adaptive suspension had been present, there would have been even more settings.
Three-pedal fans should at least give the dual-clutch transmission a test drive to see how they like it. BMW makes it as close to a manual transmission experience as possible, yet with the advantage of incredibly fast gear changes and the engine's rev-matching magic. The DCT presents some unique characteristics. For example, it lacks a Park setting. Instead, it wanted me to leave the transmission in Drive, set the hand brake, and turn off the engine. Likewise, the top of the shifter includes a label for D/S. D stands for drive, of course, but S does not mean "sport." In the M4, "S" means sequential, indicating the driver should be making manual gear changes with the steering wheel-mounted paddles.
As the reputation of BMW's M cars has grown over the years, so has their price. The M4 comes in at a base price of $65,150 in the US, £56,635 in the UK, and AU$179,730 in Australia, counting in each country's delivery fees and taxes. BMW equips the M4 with navigation as standard, but leaves as options a rear-view camera, driver-assistance systems, LED headlights and a head-up display. A six-speed manual transmission comes standard, but the example I drove came with the optional seven-speed dual-clutch version. An adaptive suspension can also be had for the bargain price of $1,000.
The M4 is the high-performance version of BMW's 4-series coupe, gaining more power, much tighter suspension tuning, dual clutch transmission and a host of other upgrades. It will excel on the track and grudgingly allow you to drive it to work every day. BMW still makes the M3, but that car comes only with four doors, albeit with identical performance upgrades to the M4.
The Bad At well above 60 grand, the BMW M4 faces some impressive competitors. The fixed suspension's ride quality is a bit too firm for everyday comfort.
The Bottom Line With excellent power and handling, the 2015 BMW M4 makes for an intense ride on backroads and will really shine on the track, but it falls short on comfort for day-to-day transportation.
Review: 2015 BMW M4 Cabriolet not as racy as coupe, but more fun on open roads - The Globe and Mail
The 2015 BMW M4 coupe's new name will take some getting used to, but its 425-hp muscle and racecar handling are chips off the old block.
On the technology front, the upgraded version of iDrive comes standard on every M4. Highlights include navigation, a beautiful 8.8-in widescreen display, a new touchpad interface and hard-drive music storage. All told, it's one of the best infotainment systems in the industry. It's a shame that BMW doesn't include keyless entry and ignition, too, even though it's a common standard feature in this price bracket.
(known as M DCT) offered as an option. According to BMW, the coupe gets to 60 miles per hour in just 3.9 seconds with M DCT (4.1 with the 6-speed), while the convertible needs 4.2 seconds (4.4 with the 6-speed). The 6-speed features an automatic rev-matching feature for professional-grade downshifts. All M4 models include an auto stop/start feature that conserves fuel by shutting off the engine at rest.
In tight corners, the M4 seems somewhat larger than its forebears, and its steering doesn't have the same intimate feel. Once you get a rhythm going, however, you'll find that few cars are agile enough to keep up. One thing we'd like to see BMW tweak a little is the ride; it's rather stiff by historic M3 standards, even when the optional adaptive dampers are in Comfort mode.
In our interior evaluation of the 2015 M4, we found the materials and design to be sufficiently upscale for the car's lofty price. That's pretty impressive given that the same basic cabin appears in the dramatically cheaper BMW 428i. You can see and feel the attention to detail, and that sets the M4 apart from such cars as high-end
We're comparing two sporty BMWs, the outgoing M3 and the all-new M3 and M4, to find out exactly what sets them apart.
On the road, the 2015 BMW M4 is a dominant force. The twin-turbo inline-6 delivers massive power at virtually any rate of revolutions per minute, which means that you often don't have to downshift for face-flattening acceleration -- just punch the gas and ride the tsunami of low-end torque. On the downside, the turbos naturally muffle the engine's exhaust note, so BMW provides simulated noises that automatically play through the speakers when you're on the throttle. We found that the noise intensity didn't always match up with the way we were driving, and the noises themselves didn't quite sound like those of an inline-6. In terms of performance, no one will find the M4's engine lacking. When you give it the spurs, you're in for a wild ride.
Introduction People have plenty to complain about with the 2015 BMW M4. Of course, these complaints are minor, and completely separate from the car itself. For example, some people don't like that it's not an M3 Coupe. Some people also don't like the fact that it's turbocharged. Both of those groups are silly, though; once you've had a bit of seat time in the new M4, you'll forget all about natural aspiration and whatever number is plastered on the back. The new M4 (internal designation: F82) is every bit as deserving of the M badge as the previous M3, and the one before that, and so on. Even when a car is loaded with fancy new technology, it's easy to figure out if that tech is enhancing an already great car, or if all those baubles are there to distract you from the mediocre car underneath. The M4 sits firmly in the first category.
Don't ever tell an M4 owner he or she drives a 4 Series. You'll get an angry look and for good reason.
BMW didn't reinvent the wheel for the 4 Series' external design vs. the previous 3 Series coupe, but that's hardly an insult. Compared to its sedan sibling, the coupe and convertible are slightly larger and lower, with headlights that flow into the "twin-kidney" grille. The new 4 Series Gran Coupe takes its cues from the larger 6 Series Gran Coupe, adding two rear doors while retaining a swooping roof. Instead of a trunk door, it has a power tailgate that opens high for easy loading. M4 performance models look meaner with larger front air intakes, power-dome hood and quad exhaust outlets.
2015 BMW 428i coupe and Gran Coupe models start in the low-$40,000 range, while convertibles begin around $50,000. Be aware these figures can quickly escalate with a few options (most paint colors, for example, add an extra $550). The new 2015 M4 Coupe opens around $65,000, while an M4 hardtop convertible is over $73,000. Load up these M editions, and you could be looking at $80,000-plus. The 2015 BMW 4 Series starts slightly higher than the Audi A5 and Mercedes-Benz C250 coupes, but its base engine has more horsepower. The
From blind-spot monitoring to a 16-speaker/600-watt harman/kardon sound system, there are myriad ways to upgrade your 2015 4 Series. Among the more prominent offerings are the Premium Package that features hands-free trunk opening (you use a foot gesture) and replaces the faux leather upholstery with the real thing, and the Technology Package with navigation and dedicated apps. Three 4 Series "lines" - Luxury, Sport and M Sport - add their own interior/exterior aesthetics and comfort and performance upgrades. M4 models can further their performance potential with carbon-ceramic brakes and driver-selectable Adaptive M Suspension.
. While the 2015 4 Series range is growing, the lineup retains the powerful engine choices, excellent driving manners, innovative technology and sporty styling inherent to BMW. Like luxury rivals such as the
A reworked front bumper with larger air intakes and front air curtains make the front end look busy, as there are a lot of fins and flanks up there. In profile, the M4 is all BMW. There are fairly short overhangs and an angular coupe shape. Also of note: With the M4, there is no rear spoiler. BMW achieves the same effect by sweeping up the trunk lid, and that touch is probably my favorite little appearance detail on the car. The M4's seats are suitably bolstered to hold you in place during aggressive driving, and there is enough adjustment for you to be comfortable.
BMW's M cars are designed to be the most powerful, best handling versions of their cars. As such, it's reasonable to approach the M4 expecting a lot. The M4 doesn't disappoint. The new engine is an improvement for starters. BMW allows you to change many attributes - not only the power-steering assist level, but also the shifting characteristics, engine response and suspension damping. The automatic transmission - a twin-clutch seven-speed automatic - is also adjustable by pressing a button that varies shift quickness.
It's not just the next expression of Lexus performance. It's an unprecedented feat of performance engineering that was forged from the asphalt up. Developed to satisfy the most demanding driving enthusiasts, this is the all-new RC F. The 2015 BMW M4 is a car that sets the standard for sport coupes and impresses us with both its performance and its intelligent use of technology.
When the familiar becomes the unknown, we panic. Often, we turn to negative responses. We lash out. We feel uncomfortable. And we are usually pretty unaccepting of the once-familiar-now-foreign object or concept. Enter the M4. Here is a car we've all known for years, but under a different name. Here is a car we've loved and admired, driven hard and pushed to the limits. Here is a car that's put smiles on our faces and kept us coming back for more. But now we hate it. Wait, perhaps hate is too strong a word -- we dislike what it's become because it's no longer what we've always known. I say “we” but in truth, I'm as content as could be with the new M4, and quite honestly think you all need to get your heads out of your bums and drive the damn thing before you go on and on about how you hate its name or hate what its done to the history and prestige of the M3 or about how big and heavy it feels. Just. Drive. It.
It was a Thursday. I was actually kind of nervous. I woke up knowing that in a few hours there would be a new BMW M4 in my driveway. I never usually get nervous about driving a new car. Last year I drove the Viper, the Corvette, the i8 — and not one gave me as many butterflies in my stomach as this thing did.
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Managing the power at the rear is a new Active M Differential, an electronically controlled, multi-plate setup that's a degree more sophisticated than a mechanical limited-slip unit. BMW also fits the M3 and M4 with its M Dynamic Modes, that offer tailoring for the stability control system--even turning the stability and traction control systems off completely.
BMW’s 2015 M3 and M4 aren’t just better than the competition; they’re the best M cars to-date.
Clearly, the 2015 BMW M3 and M4 are brilliant. But let’s be frank; we expected that. After all, so are its competitors. The real question, then, remains: How do the mid-size M twins hold up against the Audi RS 5, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG 507, or even the Porsche Boxster S for German luxury sports car dominance?
That’s because the car that carried me through the corners, the 2015 BMW M4, is a true motoring masterpiece.
When I landed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the launch of the 2015 BMW M3 and M4, I assumed I’d be able to open my first drive report with a harrowing tale of track day terror.
The BMW Concept M4 GTS debuts at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance 2015 (Credit: BMW).
of that design and the all-new Concept M4 GTS to Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance over the weekend. The new M4 concept must have been quite antsy on its dais; this two-door silver bullet clearly yearns for a hunk of open, twisty asphalt.
To ensure that everyone else gets the idea the driver is behind the wheel of the truest form of racing tech on the road, BMW brushes the Concept M4 GTS in a distinct blend of Frozen Dark Grey Metallic paint and Acid Orange highlights. The car stands on forged, polished light-alloy wheels, measuring 9.5 J x 19 in front and 10.5 J x 20 out back. A set of Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires (265/35 R19 front, 285/30 R20 rear) dress those wheels for fast, sharp track and road driving.
Carfax currently has 81 used BMW M4s, 98% with no previously reported accidents. At the moment the average price is $71,151, while 75% have service records and 83% have had only one previous owner. You’ll also be able to find plenty of vehicles with Heated Seats, Handsfree/Bluetooth Integration and DVD.
On the design front, the M4 Cabriolet is a gorgeous car from any angle. From a front view, there is no doubt this is a BMW. From the twin headlights (with optional LED technology) and the twin bar kidney-shaped grille, there are distinctive BMW design clues.
What makes the 2015 M4 Cabriolet a desirable car in my opinion is that it has all the performance goodies that come with one of BMW’s ‘M’ models with the added benefit of a retractable hard top for top-down cruising.
It was a sunny, but bitterly cold early February morning when I ventured up to BMW Group’s Canadian headquarters north of Toronto to pick up a 2015 M4 Cabriolet for a weeklong road test.
In BMW’s case, the modifications are done in-house and the 2015 M4 Cabriolet was new to Canada in fall 2014, following the earlier introduction of the M4 Coupe and M3 Sedan.
The 2015 BMW M4 is a 2-door, 4-seat Coupe, available in 2 trims, ranging from the Coupe to the Convertible. Upon introduction, the $64,200 Coupe is equipped with a standard 3.0L, 6-cylinder, engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway. a Manual transmission is standard. The $72,500 Convertible is equipped with a standard 3.0L, 6-cylinder, engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway. a Manual transmission is standard.
But the question will remain: Is this the best M3 yet? Can it dance with an E30, for example? That's not for me to judge, and, as I've said, the results would mostly be meaningless. So let’s just leave it at this: If you’ve had concerns about BMW’s M division losing its way of late, the new M3/M4 will prove that when it gets it right, it's as alive as it's ever been. Now. If only we could say the same about the current M5.
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