New 2019 BMW 4 Series Sedan
BMW 4 Series Sedan
The versatile 2019 BMW 4 Series includes a coupe, a convertible and a 4-door Gran Coupe all offering enviable performance and luxury.
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The 2019 BMW 4 Series includes an attractive 4-door liftback (dubbed the Gran Coupe), a retractable-hardtop convertible and a seductive 2-door coupe. There’s also a high-performance M4 version, but it’s so far removed from the other 4 Series cars that we’ve given it a review all its own. Basically a coupe and convertible version of the 3 Series sedan, the 4 Series offers buyers more body styles and standard equipment, as well as a more powerful base engine. In sharp contrast to its more snug-fitting siblings, the Gran Coupe’s large cargo area and hatchback design make it a more practical daily driver. The 4 Series is also one of the last cars in this class to offer the option of a manual transmission.
You'll Like This Car If...
In the 2019 BMW 4 Series you’ll find a better-equipped version of the 3 Series sedan repackaged as a coupe, convertible or 4-door Gran Coupe. The 4 Series delivers performance and convenience in a compact-luxury car designed to be a step above most entry-level models.
You May Not Like This Car If...
BMWs are known for expensive options that often push the final price well above comparably equipped rivals. If you’re looking for the most value in a performance-luxury car, you may find more to love in an Audi A5, Infiniti Q60 or the Lexus RC.
What's New for 2019
For 2019, the BMW 4 Series gains more standard equipment including navigation, a revised instrument cluster, real-time traffic, park-distance control and one-year free subscription to Apple CarPlay (yes, BMW makes you PAY for CarPlay).
The 2019 4 Series takes the agility, acceleration and balance of the 3 Series and strengthens it with a wider stance and lower center of gravity. It makes the 2-door versions of the 4 Series the perfect partner for enthusiasts who still relish the act of driving, and who won't mind the trade-offs of increased road noise and a stiffer ride. The Gran Coupe, however, is aimed at the grand-touring crowd, and it does a grand job. We love its blend of lively yet smooth road manners and appreciable space for cargo and passengers. Base 430i models use BMW's 248-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder. It's one of our favorite 4-cylinder engines and in truth will satisfy the majority of drivers. Those craving even more punch can opt for 440i models with the 320-horsepower turbocharged 6-cylinder. If you're really maniacal about power, there's the 2019 BMW M4, a beast that gets its own review.
2.0-LITER TURBOCHARGED 4-CYLINDER ENGINE
Where most base engines provide adequate power for passing and merging, the 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder in the BMW 4 Series is as potent as some competitors’ V6 engines. Along with its 248-horsepower rating, the 2.0-liter returns an impressive 34-mpg highway.
BMW’s 4 Series convertible allows one to enjoy open-air driving without having to sacrifice the safety, security and quietness provided by a hardtop roof. A one-touch cargo-loading system raises the folded roof out of the trunk, making it easier to put objects in the tiny cargo hold.
In the 2019 BMW 4 Series coupe and convertible, you’ll find comfortable seating for four, but only if two of the occupants are very small children. While the rear seats are doable for short trips, if you need to carry passengers on a regular basis, the Gran Coupe offers four doors and an elongated roof that is more conducive to the task. Fold the rear seats, and the Gran Coupe offers 45 cubic feet of space. For the one lucky enough to sit behind the wheel, the 4 Series offers a fantastic view, with an informative instrument cluster, easy-to-reach controls and a vastly improved iDrive infotainment system.
The BMW 4 Series was updated last year with a restyled nose, larger central air intake, and elongated design of the rear light clusters. Not surprisingly, the 4 Series coupe and convertible look the most alike. With its hardtop roof up, the convertible essentially is a 4 Series coupe. It's the 2019 4 Series Gran Coupe that stands out. Though the same length as its siblings, the Gran Coupe can appear longer with its four doors and elongated roof. Instead of a trunk, the Gran Coupe has a rear hatch for easy loading and unloading of gear.
Notable Standard Equipment
Base 430i versions of the 2019 BMW 4 Series Coupe, Gran Coupe and Convertible may look different, but all have similar standard equipment. There are 10-way-power front seats, LED headlights, automatic climate control, navigation and on the Coupe and Gran Coupe, a moonroof; the Gran Coupe also gets a power tailgate. Standard infotainment is a 9-speaker AM/FM/CD/HD Radio system with USB audio input, Bluetooth streaming and 6.5-inch display (unfortunately, a rearview camera still costs extra). The 440i offers the stronger 6-cylinder engine. New BMWs come with Ultimate Care, which includes three years/36,000 miles of complimentary maintenance and four years/unlimited miles of roadside assistance.
Notable Optional Equipment
In true German luxury-car fashion, there's a plethora of ways to upgrade and personalize your 4 Series. You can upgrade to a 16-speaker/600-watt harman/kardon sound system, a hands-free trunk that opens when you wave your foot under the bumper, and leather upholstery to replace the synthetic SensaTec material. Most options are bundled into packages, like the Executive Package that includes adaptive headlights, side- and top-view cameras and Parking Assistant. A Driver Assistance package adds the blind-spot monitoring and Active Driving Assistant with lane-departure warning, collision-mitigation automatic braking and pedestrian detection. Also available are wireless charging for compatible smartphones and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Under the Hood
There are two models in the 4 Series lineup: the 430i and 440i. Both are offered with the choice of manual or automatic transmission and rear- or all-wheel drive (RWD, AWD). Base 430i models employ a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that produces a robust 248 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Moving up the 440i brings a 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder that is also turbocharged for an impressive 320 horsepower and 330 lb-ft of torque. A 6-speed manual is offered on both rear-drive coupes plus the all-wheel-drive 440i xDrive. All other 4 Series models get an 8-speed automatic that is one of the finest transmissions in the industry. Not so fine is the fuel-saving (and rather annoying) auto start/stop feature that thankfully can be switched off.
2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (430i)
248 horsepower @ 5,200 rpm
258 lb-ft of torque @ 1,450-4,800 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 21/33 mpg (coupe, manual, RWD); 24/34 mpg (coupe, convertible, Gran Coupe, automatic, RWD), 23/33 mpg (coupe, Gran Coupe, AWD), 22/32 mpg (convertible, AWD)
3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 (440i)
320 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm
330 lb-ft of torque @ 1,380-5,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 18/28 mpg (manual coupe RWD & AWD), 21/32 mpg (coupe, Gran Coupe, automatic, RWD), 21/31 mpg (coupe, Gran Coupe, AWD), 21/29 mpg (convertible, RWD), 20/29 mpg (convertible, AWD)
The 2019 BMW 4 Series has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting just under $45,600 for a base 430i Gran Coupe, which is actually the least expensive model in the lineup. A base coupe starts at $200 more than that, while the hardtop convertible is appreciably more with a starting price just shy of $53,950. Opting for a 6-cylinder 440i model bumps those prices by around $6,000-$7,000, and packages can add several thousand more to the bottom line. At these prices, the BMW 4 Series is still in line with other luxury coupes and convertibles like the Audi A5, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Lexus RC, while the Infiniti Q60 and Cadillac ATS coupe begin a few thousand lower. Before buying, check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying. We expect the 2019 4 Series' resale value to be about average, trailing that of the Lexus RC.
BMW 4 Series Consumer Reviews
October 23, 2018
A very all you can get car
I really like this car because it has everything i want in a car. All wheel drive, bluetooth wireless phone, sports mode, hard top...
September 20, 2018
I absolutely love this car. It does everything you would expect from a luxury convertible. However it goes beyond that with the added...
May 28, 2018
Its an enjoyable and fun car to own.
The only problem is a design problem with knob in the middle of the front bucket seats, for the radio and Nav. and all touch screens,...
January 05, 2018
ABSOLUTELY GREAT COMPROMISE MOBILE!!!
Have owned, new, 2 BMW X1s and loved them both, a 2014 and then the revised edition, 2016. But I decided it was time for a change. My...
January 02, 2018
LOVE This Car! But rear tires wear too quickly
I have had my 428i for 8 months now and absolutely love it! Handles great, super sporty, and the heads up display is the greatest...
October 17, 2017
2014, 435i, Sport M, BMW, 330 HP, 30+ MPG
1 meticulous Owner, garage kept, no smokers/kids. Sport-M package, Heads-Up Display, BMW, Stage I Performance Upgrade, (software...
October 04, 2017
2014 Series 4 hardtop convertible
Our BMW has 26,000 miles on it and weve had absolutely no problem with it. Fun to drive, easy to drive, and reliable.
February 13, 2017
Best all around car Ive driven.
Sport mode takes care of the turbo lag.
August 02, 2016
Owned this auto for 1 month great car
Great german technology. This is the best auto I have ever owned. Love to drive it. A really well built car. Thanks BMW
June 20, 2016
Gran Coupe 428xdrive Luxury line
Terrific all around car, has great looks, and handling, with the 428 engine, found no need to get the larger motor, no turbo lag what so...
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|#2||2019 Kia Stinger||365|
|#3||2019 Genesis G80||311|
|#4||2019 Lexus ES||302|
|#6||2019 BMW 4 Series||248|
|#1||2019 Lexus ES||40|
|#2||2019 BMW 4 Series||27|
|#3||2019 Acura TLX||24|
|#4||2019 Genesis G70||21|
|#5||2019 Kia Stinger||21|
|#1||2019 Lexus ES||5 / 5|
|#2||2019 Kia Stinger||5 / 5|
|#3||2019 BMW 4 Series||4.9 / 5|
|#4||2019 Genesis G80||4.6 / 5|
|#5||2019 Acura TLX||4.3 / 5|