BMW 420i Coupe (2016) new car review
BMW 420i Coupe (2016) new car review

BMW 420i Coupe (2016) new car review

A good news for BMW lovers! that a mid-life upgrade for the entire 4-Series range that brings with it new equipment, revised engine performance and slightly modified styling to the coupe, convertible and four-door Gran Coupe models are something which has just been introduced by BMW. Instead, the modest increases in power and features seem that all variants are better valued than before.

The likelihood of one of these more fabulous options are on the test, the petrol-powered 420i coupe that kick starts the 4-Series family at $68,900 along with on-road costs – a $2200 discount over its previous models.

You will like the 4-Series remaining a stylish two-door coupe in a 420i form that offers a spread of luxury decently with a performance that could value your money.

With respect to the top discount order, the 420i are quite fit with adaptive suspension that could give the car better on-road dynamics, which is no more than provision of comfort in the city and sportiness through the bends as well as the added safety of a head-up display, driving assistant,lane change warning, and an additional 360-degree camera adds something more to its charm.

Besides all this, you can experience a big change because when it comes to fuel consumption reduction, the 2.0-litre turbocharged four cylinders, has been tweaked to do so specifically with it claims an average of 5.8L/100km even though its peak outputs remain static at 135kW and 270Nm.And when we bring it into a comparison between engines, it comes with more powerful options across the range and won’t be a firecracker. With respect to its physical features, there’s an uprated change; 180kW 2.0-litre in the 430i, a 245kw turbo six-cylinder in the 440i and an efficient yet grunt 2.0-litre turbo diesel with 140kW/400Nm in the 420d variants. It is smooth in terms of delivering power across a broad rev range,also tremendously calibrated with the eight-speed automatic transmission.

By overall balance of the 420i’s handling package, it provides a better-integrated level of compliance to the everyday comfortable use where enthusiasts will enjoy a country road just by having a road holding grip.

It is nice in terms of seating position with plenty of adjustment awesome for most drivers, the most comprehensive modern connectivity functions are only met by the multimedia system and the requisite space in the two rear seats is added for adults to travel short distances without taking too much trouble.

You might amaze in noticing such a BMW tragic styling changes that are limited to a comfortable revised front bumper with slight changes at the rear.

Though it has been loaded with more gear but still some critical items are left on the options list, like heated seats, adaptive cruise control, and automated emergency braking which are fairly common on more affordable cars, while it can compete for standard to the 4-Series’ most direct rival, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe.

The upgrades seem almost minor in the grand scheme of things, it’s more than the current generation 4-Series that remain a stylish and affordable luxury coupe with a good driving pedigree.

Nevertheless, in terms of interior presentation, it is expected to start to show its age against the all-new C-Class Coupe, so, before any final decision,we need to hold off until the fresh second-generation Audi A5 arrives.

Here is BMW 420i (2016) Pricing and Specifications

On sale: Now

Price: $68,900 plus on-road costs

Engine: 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol

Power: 135kW at 5000rpm

Torque: 270Nm at 1250-4800rpm

Transmission: Eight-speed automatic, RWD

Fuel use: 5.8L/100km combined

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