The 2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible is one of the most beautiful cars this company has ever produced. With a fabric top that replaces previous models’ hard top, it’s been available since March, and with BMW 4 Series convertible prices starting at just over $54,000, it’s certainly one you’ll want to consider.
Does a Fabric Top Change Everything?
The biggest conversation around this model is the fabric convertible top. Many people look for a beautiful convertible because they’re easily the most romantic cars on the market today, and it’s not hard to see why BMW moved from the more traditional hard top to this one. When it’s closed, it creates a beautiful level of elegance that the hard top couldn’t match. Where the hard top created a trunk bulge, the fabric top is easy to manage, looks great, and doesn’t take up as much luggage space. More than that, though, it contributes to the weight of this car, which is 40% lighter. It’s incredibly easy to use, too, as it opens within 18 seconds.
If the fabric top isn’t enough to sell you on this model, the specs will be. This model sits on a longer wheelbase, so it’s a bit bigger than previous versions overall. The interior is reminiscent of the 3-series, so you’ll see plenty of room in both the front and the rear, so if you’re looking for an extended road trip in this vehicle, you certainly have the space to do it.
Agility and responsiveness help to define this car thanks to its lower center of gravity. It’s as much fun to drive as any of their sedan models, too, despite the open-top change.
Choose from two different engines with this, a four cylinder or a straight-six. The 2.0 liter 4 cylinder offers 255 hp and 295 lb/ft of torque. The 3.0 liter straight six, though, offers quite a bit more coming in at 382 hp and 369 lb/ft of torque. Either is available in all-wheel drive or rear wheel drive models.
Naturally, you’ll find the infotainment system that comes standard with all BMW models inside as well as connectivity to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You can also choose to integrate a head-up display.
Reviewers are almost giddy about this model thanks to the fabric top and the specs. Most celebrate the sporty handling the convertible has to offer, as well as the addition of extra cargo space thanks to the fabric top. They also cite the responsive nature of the vehicle across the entire 4-series. It’s one of the sportiest vehicles on the market today, and reviewers love that level of fun it offers.
What to Expect In Terms of Pricing
Pricing on these models starts at $54,095, but should you choose to go with the M440i version, you’ll pay $66,995 for the upgrade. You can also choose to further upgrade to an all-wheel drive for another $2,000.
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