Used BMW Z4 Convertibles

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2015 BMW Z4 What's new for 2015? 
2015 BMW Z4

The 2015 BMW Z4 sees no changes this year.

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2014 BMW Z4 What's new for 2014? 
2014 BMW Z4

The BMW Z4 sees only a handful of minor enhancements to its interior and exterior styling for the 2014 model year.

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2013 BMW Z4 What's new for 2013? 
2013 BMW Z4

After last year's introduction of a powerful yet fuel-efficient 4-cylinder turbocharged engine in base models, the Z4 carries over unchanged for 2013 ahead of a mild refresh planned for the 2014 model year Z4.

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2012 BMW Z4 What's new for 2012? 
2012 BMW Z4

The biggest news for the 2012 BMW Z4 is under the hood. The normally aspirated in-line-6 is gone. Its replacement, a 2.0-liter turbocharged four, is the new entry-level face of BMW, providing the performance foundation for the new 5 Series, the upcoming 3 Series and this, BMW's performance roadster. With similar horsepower, more torque (!), lighter weight and better balance, this newest Z4 promises to recall any number of great drop-tops, some of which were built by BMW.

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2010 BMW Z4 What's new for 2010? 
2010 BMW Z4

Since the latest version of the Z4 was just introduced in the second half of in 2009, there are no significant updates for 2010.

About BMW Z4

The 2016 BMW Z4 combines the power, handling and feel of a sports car with the style, comfort and open-air fun of a luxury roadster. This hardtop drop-top splits the difference between the luxury-oriented Mercedes-Benz SLK and Audi TT and the more overtly sporty Porsche Boxster, appealing to sports-car and touring enthusiasts alike. The BMW Z4 uses a retractable hardtop, making it more secure than cloth-topped rivals. Inside, the cockpit is designed to be roomy enough even for tall drivers, a rarity in this class. Not only do both the 4-cylinder (sDrive28i) and 6-cylinder (sDrive35i and sDrive35is) models offer plenty of turbocharged power, the 4-cylinder's 34 mpg is good enough to call it a fuel-sipper.