This car is out of this world!The looks
are amazing, so different and outragous
when compared with the boring, old,
Porsche Boxster which I tested and
thought was no where near as good. The
engine is so powerful and flexble.The
noise of the engine is intoxicating.
Mines black, black interior with 18
inch star wheels. Got every option
availible.The amount of complements I
get is unbelivable, I also get alot of
jealousy as people look in envy of a 21
year old in such a HOT car. If your
lucky enough to be able to own 1 forget
about EVERTHING else! There really is
no competition and i've tested them
Everything. Main features have to be
though looks and engine. This thing
flies. People don't get as much of a
chance to drool over it as they would
like to cause as soon as they catch a
glimps of it i'm off again. Love it
This is my first bmw and i now
understand the 'ultimate driving
machine' tag. It isn't just marketing
hype. This car is an amazing drive.
No sway, great acceleration, both off
the line and at speed. I wasn't sure
how the exterior lines would sit with
me over time, but having owned it about
9 months now, they don't seem as
radical as they did at first
impression. All in all, I'm having a
ball driving the Z4 and haven't once
regretted buying the 3.0 version.
power top is fast - I can easily raise
or lower the top during a typical stop
light. I've had a lot of positive
comments on the dash (brushed metal).
The sound system on the 3.0 has more
than enough 'juice' to overcome top-
down road/wind noise.
I really can't think of anything I'd
suggest to improve on this vehicle.
Waited 40 years for a roadster, and am
I glad I did. This one more that
fufills dreams, it makes my wife happy
too with the wood trim and heated
seats. Top down and blasting on the
premium sound Stepenwolf - Magic
Carpet ride... the song was written
for this car. San Diego BMW has me
puzzled... they seem to be over-staff
and don't have their 'act' together.
Seems the other Beamer owner's are way
to impressed with themselves. I'ts a
solid handling, great performance.
Dyno-mite Carver Stereo system.
Somebody engineered this thing right.
It's a roadster, but more
interior/trunk space than any other on
Intrument cluster update.. Get rid of
The dealership gave me a Z3 to drive
until my Z4 came in, and once it did
arrive, I noticed a huge difference in
both performance and ergonomics. For
one, BMW adjusted the front windshield,
removing the blind spots on either side
that were a constant nuisance with the
Z3. Another upgrade is the addition of
a storage space that is positioned
between the driver's and passenger's
seats -- perfect for storing CDs. Two
suggestions: one, get the heated seats,
you can crank those babies up and still
put the top down when its below 60
degrees out; two, get the
electronically adustable seats -- I
didn't and really wish I did.
The electronic top is very smooth and
takes less than ten seconds. You can't
beat a six-speed either: when you're on
a major highway with traffic doing
80mph and you're only at about 2500rpms
in sixth gear, that's not only high
performance, that's fuel efficiency as
Hard to say; there was a long list with
the Z3, but BMW did a good job
addressing those when engineering the
Z4. I would make the manual seat
adjusters allow the driver to put the
seat into more positions, but that's
Typical BMW handling, performance,
technology, and responsiveness. For a
two-seater, this car makes you feel
remarkably safe with 6 airbags, sturdy
rollbars, stability control, traction
control and absolutely fantastic
brakes. Surprisingly practical as an
everyday commuter - good mileage for a
spors car, more trunk space than you
think, and of course it's a blast to
1) Power soft top is worth the cost.
2) Sport Package.
3) Performance and handling.
4) Premium audio system is great.
With top up it's still a bit noisy,
even by convertible standards. I've
had a few electrical/computer problems