2021 BMW X4 M SUV Consumer Reviews

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El Bris, 10/31/2020
4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
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I feel like I’m on a space craft. This gen X er has found her car soul mate. I said goodbye to my 2012 and realized I had been lost in space with my beloved 528i. It’s back to college as I learn all the safety and fun upscale features. Amazing handling. Super fast and powerful engine. This is not a paid review.

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Unbelievable performance and style

Brent Gibson, 06/22/2021
4dr SUV AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
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Another Gen-Xer found his rhythm. I prefer to purchase vehicles that no one needs to ever buy. The X4M Comp falls in that category. We splurged for the Competition Package because well, it's even more aggressive and rare than the X4M "base." In an event, this car will move you in terms of acceleration, handling, comfort, and sound. Even in Anodyne White, it's a head turner. What surprised me was the level of practicality. I recently took the family on a short road trip and we comfortably fit three adults, one car seat, and a mid-sized child. We also were able to pack lightly but completely. There are a lot of comments in the review-verse about a rough ride. I honestly don't find this to be the case. Granted I am comparing to an X2 M35i and a MINI, but still, when you soften the X4M up with all the comfort and quiet settings, it's nearly as comfy as our old X5. I prefer a stiffer car, but it's nearly sedan-like in full comfort settings. My day-to-day is Sport Plus in engine and steering, Sport in suspension, middle setting (Sport) for transmission and exhaust baffles open. I love the way that rides around town and on short trips. On longer cruises, I will go to comfort in all settings, quiet the exhaust, and put on the ACC. With these settings the car is soothing and you'll risk falling asleep. Things to keep in mind: Winter tires (and perhaps rims) and a plan for storing and mounting them, non run-flat tires, getting used to the automatic parking and ACC functions, the 1000-way adjustable seats...too many choices, ground clearance if you are venturing off paved roads, insurance premium up-ticks, and locating a track for seriously pushing the car. You really can't enjoy it fully without a track of some kind.

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