All-New BMW Z4 Review

December 15, 2008 by admin  
Filed under BMW, New Car Review, Sport Car

BMW Review. This new generation appear more sexy with fossa-dent body stronger than the current generation. Faces appear more aggressive, while the stern cleaner and more elegant. Taillights with a simple lighting effects that attractive. But the biggest change is the roof. BMW no longer use soft top, replacing it with a folding metal roof (retractable hard top). This roof takes 20 seconds to lock / saved.

The Z4 offers driving dynamics and sports a lot of security features for a reasonable price. However, it does not match the smooth rides of some rivals.

2008: The Z4 3.0si is a two-seater hatchback coupe that offers the driving dynamics of BMW, along with the excellent reputation for quality. Previously available only as a convertible, the Z4 coupe joined the line in 2007. Reviews generally say that the coupe has greatly improved the roadster with the handling and style exterior. It is ideal for anyone who wants “a quick and nimble, two-seater Coupe.” In addition, the test leads to point out that the Z4 can double as a driver on a daily basis due to its versatile design rear hatchback. However, for those who seek to have more than one passenger should look elsewhere.

European specifications have a choice of three engines. The first is the Z4 sDrive23i using the 2.5 liter engine six-cylinder in-line 204hp channeled through the gearbox 6MT or 6AT. In addition, the Z4 sDrive 30i with the engine intake Anyway 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder, 258hp and 228 lb-ft of torque. Gearboxnya 6 in MT or 6. The latest is the Z4 sDrive 35i using the engine Twin Turbo 3.0-liter 306hp. 0-6 mph acceleration in 5.2 seconds with manual transmission. With the 7-speed transmission of dual-clutch, the acceleration may be faster as seconds.

In part, appear with easy access to wood, a key regulator of the key heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and look slim design cokcpit a straighforward. iDrive is designed intuititive more than before. LCD screen embedded in the instrument panel when not in use.

 

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One Response to “All-New BMW Z4 Review”
  1. johnny says:

    CPVMWG Thanks for good post

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