Real Life Photos: 2015 BMW X4

BMW X4 | March 10th, 2014 by 8
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Ahead of its New York Auto Show debut, the new 2015 BMW X4 was spotted in Germany. The prototype is painted in the rich color …

Ahead of its New York Auto Show debut, the new 2015 BMW X4 was spotted in Germany. The prototype is painted in the rich color Deep Sea Blue Metallic while the body kit of the X4 gets the xLine treatment.

The X4 also sits on alloy wheels V-spoke 307 in 18 inches.

In Europe, the xLine package for the X4 costs, depending on the engine, between 1400 and 2200 euros. The package comes with 18 inch wheels, various exterior elements in matte aluminum finish and a fabric and leather combination with colored contrast stitching.

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Prices for the BMW X4 2014 start at 45,600 euros for the X4 xDrive20d with the 190 hp B47 engine. Then at 46,100 euros base price we have the gasoline-powered X4 xDrive20i with 184 hp. 61 hp more under the hood of the X4 xDrive28i will set you back at least 51,700 euros. For the top-line six-cylinder petrol engine with 306 hp BMW asks 58,000 euros. The 258-hp BMW X4 xDrive30d costs a minimum of 55,100 euros while the xDrive35d has a price of 60,100.

In the US, the X4 will be offered with a choice of two TwinPower Turbo engines. The X4 xDrive28i, with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $45,625 (including destination and handling), will feature the 240 horsepower 2.0-liter four cylinder engine while the top-of-line X4 xDrive35i, with an MSRP of $48,925 (including destination and handling) will output 306 hp.

[Source: Bimmertoday]

8 responses to “Real Life Photos: 2015 BMW X4”

  1. CDspeed says:

    It looks really good, I do find that although press photos look perfect they often are not. The angles and lighting don’t really give you an accurate picture of how the car will look when your standing right in front of it. Sure the details are the same but professional photos just don’t give a realistic look. Until now the X4 looked a little awkward, but these live shots give me a better sense of how good looking the X4 is. I think the X4 will sell well to people who want a BMW SUV, but they want something smaller then the X5, and something a bit sportier then the X3.

  2. zakk says:

    Call from BMW North America today saying “Sorry not our Problem”! We know the car was sent into the market place like this but we are going to void the manufactures warranty and you need to pay us $7000 to fix. BMW of America CEO Ludwig Willisch said the company is intensifying its “customer-driven focus” with the changes, which take effect Jan. 1.

    Good Afternoon,
    I recently purchased a 2011 BMW 328i from a local dealership (not a BMW dealership), the vehicle had 30,000 original miles on the car and was still under manufactures warranty. Shortly after (about 2 days) I purchased the vehicle the check engine light came on and knowing that it was still under warranty I took it to my local dealer to get it check out. The day after I dropped the vehicle off they called and said they had found the problem and it would take a few days to fix. Several days later I received a call requesting I come down so that they could show me an issue they found with the vehicle. After I arrived they walked me out to the vehicle and showed me (picture attached) what they found as they began break down the vehicle to fix the known problem. Well, comes to find out that the previous owner that was leasing the car from BWM failed to do an oil change for the entire period of the lease. As you can see from the picture this has caused A LOT of damage. The dealer informed me that they would need to get approval to fix the vehicle do to this finding. The continued to hold the vehicle for the next 2 weeks waiting on approval or denial to make the necessary repairs. As of this morning I received a call from the local dealer telling my BMW has denied to cover the repairs and now has voided the warranty. I now own a vehicle that needs major repairs that when I purchased had a full warranty on anything that may has gone wrong. Here are a few reasons I disagree with BMW’s denial to repair:
    • This was a BMW lease and I would be surprised that they were not aware that the vehicle hadn’t had an oil change during the entire life of the lease. I know that BMW keeps records on every vehicle and would be aware that there is a red flag here.
    • Why did they sale the vehicle to another party knowing that there were red flags with the lack of regular maintenance performed on the vehicle
    • As you can see from the picture, the area just below the oil cap was cleaned in the case someone looked inside they would see the damage
    • This vehicle was looked at by 2 local BMW dealerships and GIVE A CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH. Neither flagged the lack of any records regarding the scheduled maintenance. Both of these dealerships looked at the car before I purchased it.
    o BMW of Fremont, CA did an inspection and Oil change on the vehicle and knew there was serious issues and still sold the car.
    I am asking you to reconsider the decision that has been made as I think there were multiple areas where this could have been caught prior to the resale of the vehicle. I am a single dad and I now am sitting on a vehicle that I purchased for $25,000 and unable to cover cost of the repairs and unable to drive.

    • Raymond West says:

      The same exact thing happen to me a while back ago and i took it to the BMW Greensboro Dealer and they told me Warranty is Void because the whole situation  and i end up contacting BMW NA and the end up putting a New engine in my car no charge

  3. Efoza says:

    Dead boring. Come on BMW, all you have done is to mix a 7 year old X6 design with a 5 year old 5GT design to make this silly looking X4. No wander Audi and Benz are snapping up BMW customers.

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