A big step up from the Z3
By mcrescenzi on
Vehicle2003 BMW Z4 3.0i 2dr Roadster (3.0L 6cyl 6M)
ReviewThe 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.
Best FeaturesThe 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 well.
Worst FeaturesHard 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 pretty minor.
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