BMW X4 SUVs

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2018 BMW X4

BMW has rearranged its options packages this year, bundling popular items together into a tiered structure. Also standard on all BMW models is a rearview camera, something that's been conspicuously optional on BMW models until now.

2017 BMW X4

The top-trim xDrive35i is replaced by the M40i, which features a revamped, more powerful 6-cylinder engine that makes 355 horsepower. Other changes for the 2017 X4 lineup include an update to BMW's iDrive infotainment/navigation system, wireless charging for compatible smartphones, and an available in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot.

About BMW X4

BMW is intent on slicing the luxury SUV market into ever smaller slices. The 2018 BMW X4 is the perfect example. A combination of coupe styling, SUV ride height and all-wheel drive, and hatchback utility, the 2018 X4 is at once all of those things and none of them. This emotional play appeals to those who prioritize form over function, and who will pay a premium for it. Smaller inside than the BMW X3 on which it's based, it looks better, and it’s arguably more fun to drive, too, whether you're considering the standard model or the more powerful X4 M40i. If you think it's wacky, take note: Mercedes-Benz has paid the ultimate flattery with its similarly designed and conceived Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe.

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