Used 2017 BMW M4 Convertible Pricing
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The 2017 BMW M4 hasn't changed much, but it does get a few upgrades. The adaptive suspension dampers are now standard, and a new Competition package is available, which boosts the M4's output from 425 horsepower up to 444 hp.
- Impressively powerful turbocharged engine
- Sharp and responsive handling doesn't sacrifice much comfort
- Stout brakes are capable and trustworthy
- A well-finished interior fitted with many standard features
- Rearview camera only available in pricey options package
- Synthetic engine noises can be off-putting
- Steering is less connected than we'd expect from this class of vehicle
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Features & Specs
Our experts like the M4 models:
- BMW Assist
- Protects you with stolen-vehicle recovery and provides collision notification services for post-accident safety. It's standard equipment.
- Rearview and Top-Down Cameras
- Gives you a 360-degree view of the outside of the car so you can watch the details. You'll want them to help keep your M4 scratch-free.
- Driver Assistance Plus Package
- Adds in-traffic safety features such as blind-spot monitoring, lane departure warning, and frontal collision warning and mitigation.
Fun to drive but controls not intuitive
Beautiful Car and GREAT to drive. I ended up picking this mainly because I wanted a hard-top convertible with some power. This car drives great, is comfortable, and great with the top down. Overall, I'm happy with the purchase but am a little annoyed by some things that don't make sense to me, a lot related to difficult function controls. I've only had it about a month so part of this might be just adjusting to BMW ways. First of all, it isn't possible to put this car into PARK without turning off the car. So weird and annoying if you want to be SURE that it is in PARK. It switches to park automatically if turning off the car in Drive or Reverse, but otherwise you can only put it into NEUTRAL and set the parking brake if you want to sit idle, or turn it off and turn it back on. Also, the lack of touch for the screen interface is inefficient for entering addresses, and the finger spelling on the console control knob is not a good replacement--much easier to tap out a number on a screen than trace each individual number/letter. Also, the volume control is only on the dash or on the right side of the steering wheel--this means if you have your hand on the console knob controlling your nav/media, driving with your left hand, you have to move your right hand from the console knob to the dash or the steering wheel. The car has options for comfort suspension for daily driving but there isn't a way to make that a default--it always goes back to the more rigid SPORT option so that you have to reselect each time you start the car for COMFORT. There are other little things like the toggle for the hard-top requires you to pull BACK to put the top UP/Forward, and push Forward to put the top down/back -- just not intuitive. LOTS of media options but difficult to sort out. Anyway, I'll stop with these things since overall it's a very nice car with AMAZING driving profile, which is what most people might be looking for and the little things might not matter. It's my primary car so the daily use things are a little annoying to me. As far as hard-topped convertible with power, I think this is the only good choice. I was considering going Mercedes C63 Coupe but didn't test-drive it since I still wanted the convertible.
M4 the great