BMW 4 Series Coupe pricing and specs

Premium mid-size coupe to be offered in three variants and priced from just over $73,000.

BMW 4 Series Coupé pricing and specs

The new BMW 4 Series Coupe will be available in October.

The new BMW 4 Series Coupe will be priced from just over $73,000 when it appears in Australian showrooms from mid-October.

BMW Australia today confirmed pricing and specifications for their new offering, a model that is expected to receive a positive response from Australian buyers.

The new premium mid-size coupe sports more aggressive styling than the model it replaces and is also longer (26mm) and wider (43mm), while the roof line is 16mm lower.

As expected the new 4 Series Coupe will offer a choice of two four-cylinder engines and a straight six across the three different models in the line-up:

  • 420d Coupe - TwinPower turbo four-cylinder diesel with 135kW and 380Nm (fuel consumption just 4.6L/100km combined!)
  • 428i Coupe - TwinPower turbo four-cylinder petrol developing 180kW and 350Nm.
  • 435i Coupe - TwinPower turbo in-line six-cylinder with 225kW and 400Nm.

All three variants will come with eight-speed Sports Automatic transmissions.

Phil Horton, managing director of BMW Group Australia says the new model should find many happy customers.

“The all-new BMW 4 Series Coupe is, quite simply, a beautiful vehicle. It’s obvious from the first glance that this new coupe possesses the dynamic styling and elegant design worthy of a new BMW Series,

“The all-new 4 Series also represents an increase in exclusivity that is reflected in its very high level of standard equipment and innovative cutting edge technology.” said Mr Horton.

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BMW 4 Series Coupe Australian Pricing:

Australian MRLP*
BMW 420d Coupe $73,200
BMW 428i Coupe $86,500
BMW435i Coupe $108,500

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